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Re: Win32 compilation for kicad scripting
On 07/23/2012 03:25 PM, Dick Hollenbeck wrote:
Blender might be one to look at (but a couple other data points are
encouraged also). Blender is heavily dependent on python, and has
extremely tight scripting integration. Does it run on Windows? If so,
something could be learned about what are they doing for the poor
Before Blender 2.5, it was required to install a full python
distribution and then you had to set up some environment variables.
Now Python is provided within Blender installation, AFAIK. All required
Python Modules are in Blender install folder:
I have not used Blender for a long time, but I remember the environment
solution as a pain. In Blender forums "how to set PYTHONPATH" was a
recurrent newbie question.
Hope this helps,