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- Nov 26 2019, 7:25 PM (65 w, 6 d)
Nov 30 2020
The issue seems still to be present in 2.91. Is this refactoring or some workaround planned for a future release?
Nov 29 2020
@Campbell Barton (campbellbarton) @Aaron Carlisle (Blendify) Thanks for the quick fix!
I just noticed that Blender 2.83.9 seems to be affected by this issue:
Nov 13 2020
@Robert Guetzkow (rjg) while the python-exit-code works as designed, is it really intended that Blender exits with code 0 when there is an exception outside of the python-exit-code handling? Shouldn't Blender by default return somethin >0 in such cases? Just want to make sure that this report here is still "invalid".
Nov 8 2020
Nov 7 2020
Sep 5 2020
@Brecht Van Lommel (brecht) this diff here has been merged. How do I mark it as closed?
Sep 4 2020
I went ahead and fixed the Windows debug builds on top of the existing changeset.
Sep 3 2020
Added header to CMakeLists.txt
Moved the include to the proper location
Sep 2 2020
I just updated the diff and fixed some linking errors for openjpg with Windows (small regression in previous diff) and I added fixes for macOS (enforcing c++11).
We should not start dual-licensing code, rather this code can be changed to have the Apache 2 license.
As far as I am aware GPLv2 and Apache 2.0 are not compatible, https://www.gnu.org/licenses/license-list.html#apache2
I am not a lawyer, but as far as I am aware dual-licensing is less troublesome in such cases.
I tested this diff and I am able to compile Cycles on Ubuntu 20.20, with the bf-blender/libs revision 62456 just fine.
Sep 1 2020
Aug 7 2020
@Julien DUROURE (julien) any chance you can re-visit this? Like the other changes, this is probably a candidate for 2.90.
Aug 4 2020
@Campbell Barton (campbellbarton) upstream has accepted and merged the linked patch. Any more blockers to merge this into 2.90 and/or master?
Jul 30 2020
This seems to be a regression of D8250 / c2304d2f029cf4610c33c0e9cbf5afe519b770b8
From what I can tell, the lines should not be removed, but corrected to "override=set(), "