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- Sep 12 2004, 3:45 PM (674 w, 4 d)
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You can build a recent Blender yourself, and compile against your version of glibc.
Fri, Aug 11
Where is the documentation on how to use this? Can it also be used from operators defined in Python? This info should be linked in the release log!
Thu, Aug 10
Wed, Aug 9
I can confirm this as a bug.
This simply means that the replacement root is empty. Can you give me concrete steps on how to reproduce this issue?
It's good to break up large files into smaller chunks. However, as I said before, be very careful when you decide to name a file utils.py. Before you know it you put everything in there. In this case, downloading a file via HTTP is core functionality of the package manager, and not some "utility" that sits on the same level as an easy way to remove a directory/file.
Tue, Aug 8
Code looks good, thanks for helping out. Can you tell us where we would find those "down arrows", so I can review the actual functionality?
Seems to be an issue with Alembic itself. I've asked the alembic-discussion mailing list for help.
With 2.79RC1 it works just fine on my machine (Ubuntu Linux). In step 7 you may need to undo twice to get the modifier back, though, but after step 3 the UVs are loaded and stay loaded.
Try passing as_background_job=False to the operator call. That'll import the files sequentially, which should solve your issue.
This happens with an outdated version of the Blender Cloud add-on. Download the latest version on https://cloud.blender.org/services.
Solved in 66ddc7b47b94 and released as version 1.7.3 this morning.
Well, the win32-issue is fixed. Please don't report two separate issues in one ticket, it makes the ticket status murky.
I don't see any error in the code in sdk.py:64 regarding the path concatenation, so please provide an example that only shows this error (and not the KeyError).
Fixed in 8d405330eeb33 and released in 1.7.3 this morning.
Tue, Jul 25
Unfortunately, no. It's a tricky one to get right, and there were more pressing issues to focus on first. It might actually be a problem with the Alembic library itself, but I'd need more time to investigate (and time is a scarce commodity). Fortunately there is a workaround (closing Blender while swapping around Alembic files), even though it's a cumbersome one.
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The InstallException is a nice idea, but it isn't caught anywhere. This means that when it occurs, the nice message that's sent back to Blender is immediately overwritten by an error message with a stack trace.
Jul 11 2017
What you want is impossible in Blender. There is no way for an object to have a parent but not inherit its matrix from it.
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The thing is that you say you tested this on Blender 2.78c. Since that version there have been many improvements in Alembic support. This means that a bug has to be reproducible with either 2.79-testbuild1 or a daily build. From what I can see here, it just works on a recent build of Blender.
Can't reproduce on Blender rB1fb30758034c2f, there it exports a very large file (see attachment below) that is animated properly when viewed in Guerilla Render.