Tag : maya


Maya Environment

Categories: Maya, PyMEL, Python
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Comments: 13 Comments
Published on: March 30, 2011

One of the first things to check when a (python) script is not loading or importing properly is your *pythonpath* environment variable. This is because Python modules are VERY dependent on path location. So if you ever get an error that says something like this: or then you better check your pythonpaths by using simple[…]


Wing/Maya Remote Debug Setup

Categories: IDE, Maya, Python
Comments: 12 Comments
Published on: March 28, 2011

There are some great posts and pages explaining how to setup Wing IDE to remotely debug a Maya session. Eric Pavey first posted how to do this at his WarpCat Blog along with how to send commands back and forth to Maya from Wing. Luckily, now, many of us are starting to use this workflow[…]


Power Python for Maya Development – GDC 2011

Categories: IDE, Maya, PyMEL, Python
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Comments: 8 Comments
Published on: March 7, 2011

Do you ask yourself any of these questions? a). Ever wonder what the big deal is with Python vs. MEL? b). What is all of this Python Classing and PyMEL nonsense? c). Why go to the trouble of using a complicated IDE? The answers are in my talk from GDC last week. Hope it helps[…]


Remote Maya Python Debugging in Eclipse

Categories: IDE, Python
Comments: 15 Comments
Published on: November 8, 2010

PyDev has debugger: Turns out Pydev has a nice plugin/package calling the module Instructions on generic usage are here: When we say remote, it doesn’t have to be on another computer, it can be on your own computer, it is just debugging a script that is not being run from within your Eclipse[…]


Maya Python API example

Categories: Python
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Published on: January 31, 2010

So I had to re-write our exporter the other day. Needing to optimize the vertex iterator, I decided it was a good time to push into Maya’s Python wrapped API, ‘cept the examples available are practically nil. Until I found Chad’s awesome script: Made for the directX schema, he still has awesome examples of[…]

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