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BigHache
12-26-2012, 09:41 PM
I didn't want to really start driving people here until I had information to share, but now I think it's to the point that it's worth visiting. I've been working on a LWPy Wiki (http://lawson3d.com/lwpy) to act as a stand-in SDK for developing Python plug-ins in LightWaveŽ. There is a lot of information to input still and a lot of explanation that needs to be filled out but it's coming along. Some of the description information has been pulled from the C/C++ SDK for now so that at least the information is in one place for Python. This should eliminate a lot of surfing around the C/C++ SDK pages and perusing through the lwsdk.pyc and pcore.pyc files.

This Wiki is open to comments and suggestions. If you have thoughts that can make this a better resource for the community please let me know.

Styler
12-28-2012, 01:22 AM
Hey man,
I read your wiki, it's very handy comparing original LW SDK documentation. Thank you for great work ;). Probably I can help you to write some information about parts which i've clarified for myself.

iain_r
12-28-2012, 08:31 AM
Hi, just a heads up, the link in your signature works however the link in the text returns a 404 error. They don't point to the same location, from the text "http://lawson3d.com/lwpy", from the sig "http://lawson3d.com/lwpywiki/". Good idea by the way.
Regards, Iain

BigHache
12-28-2012, 04:03 PM
Hey man,
I read your wiki, it's very handy comparing original LW SDK documentation. Thank you for great work ;). Probably I can help you to write some information about parts which i've clarified for myself.

That would be great. Any help would be a boon for the community.


Hi, just a heads up, the link in your signature works however the link in the text returns a 404 error. They don't point to the same location, from the text "http://lawson3d.com/lwpy", from the sig "http://lawson3d.com/lwpywiki/". Good idea by the way.
Regards, Iain

Yeah I was getting tired when I posted and I can't edit the link now, 5 minute limit and all.