Creating a simple non UI plug-in that can be used in python script

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    Jay
    Jay
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    At the moment, 4.0 .NET API is currently more extensive than the python API. I assume that at some point both of these APIs will be comparable.

    The attached pdf document describes how to create a plug-in (without UI) to 4.0 that can be used in a command or component script.

     

     

     

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    Ralle
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    I guess you forget the attachement.

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    ozan
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    If someone has example like this would be helpfull.

    #13876
    zesty
    zesty
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    In the 4.1.1 Python API reference, there is a topic about creating a .NET command aka “action item”, which you can call from a Python script. I believe the knowledgebase article is also still there on the new support site as well.

    The “Creating Add-ons” course in Academy is all about this stuff as well.

    http://academy.visualcomponents.com/courses/creating-add-ons/

    You could also take a look at page 3 of this tutorial, but it is mostly about how to get component data and visualize it in a WPF control using MVVM.

    http://academy.visualcomponents.com/lessons/add-a-scene-graph-panel/

    Note that everything I mentioned comes with read-made files, which you can download and review.

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    ozan
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    Hello Zesty i will work on my .Net skills first then return here with making sense questions. I dont wanna steal any time of you guys.

    But thanks for the answer.

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