[Bf-committers] GSOC 2017 improving python editor

Andreas Klostermann andreasklostermann at gmail.com
Sun Mar 26 17:22:01 CEST 2017

It may be possible to use Blender as a Jupyter "kernel". Using asyncio, it
may be possible to implement the jupyter protocol which in turn uses zeromq.

However, the zmq libraries have C extensions and I have not been able to
import them in Blender properly.

On Sun, Mar 26, 2017 at 5:16 PM, andij.cr at gmail.com <andij.cr at gmail.com>

> hi, i'm in the process of writing a proposal for blender summer of code.
> I have a background in c++14 and improving my knowledge in python3, and i
> wonder if a proposal about improving the python editor in blender is
> something that has any chance of being accepted.
> i'm thinking about features that take inspiration from jupyter notebooks,
> like cell structure, the possibility to edit and execute cells
> independentely, and so on.
> I got the idea while developing a small project where i needed to convert
> an equirectangular texture to another format, using texture baking from a
> lat-lon sphere to another solid, and finding that it was easier for me to
> do this work by hand than to workout a script to automate the process.
> thank you for your time.
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