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import Cocoa
import Foundation
let pathToImage = "/some/path/to/an/image.png"
let pathToFolders = URL(fileURLWithPath: "/Some/Folder/Path/")
guard let image = NSImage(contentsOfFile: pathToImage) else {
fatalError("Unable to load image.")
}
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mattcox / meshDumpCurvesCommand.py
Created November 7, 2019 10:33
Demonstrates how to print vertex information for the points on an ILxCurve.
#python
import lx
import lxifc
import lxu.command
import modo
class Command(lxu.command.BasicCommand):
def __init__(self):
lxu.command.BasicCommand.__init__(self)
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mattcox / SetCOM.cpp
Created February 15, 2019 15:27
Demonstrates how to implement a custom Polymorph object that implements the SetCOM method. When the COM object is allocated, the SetCOM method will be passed a copy of the object, which can be useful if the allocated object needs passing to additional methods from within the COM implementation. Note: As the COM object is maintaining a pointer to…
class SomeInterface :
public CLxImpl_Foo
{
public:
class MyPolymorph :
public CLxPolymorph<SomeInterface>
{
public:
virtual void
SetCOM(
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mattcox / kitDumpCommand.py
Created February 14, 2019 16:39
Demonstrates how to list the kits installed in Modo, and query the version numbers. This mostly is a wrapper for the kit.version command.
#python
'''
Demonstrates how to list the kits installed in Modo, and query the version
numbers. This mostly is a wrapper for the kit.version command.
'''
import lx
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mattcox / printMeshTags.py
Last active October 4, 2018 14:56
This sample code demonstrates how to enumerate over all polygons on the active mesh layer, and print the material tag assigned to each polygon to the event log.
#python
'''
This sample code demonstrates how to enumerate over all polygons on the active
mesh layer, and print the material tag assigned to each polygon to the event
log.
'''
import lx
import lxu.command
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mattcox / previewSocketExample.py
Created August 13, 2018 13:43
This sample script demonstrates the basics for connecting to the preview socket, setting the resolution, and the pixel format, and reading back a floating point buffer of the image.
'''
This sample script demonstrates the basics for connecting to the preview
socket, setting the resolution, and the pixel format, and reading back a
floating point buffer of the image.
To test it, launch modo, and execute the command:
telnet.listen port:5678 raw:true
Then run the following in an external Python client.
'''
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mattcox / getReferenceScenesAndItems.py
Created July 24, 2018 11:57
Collect reference items in the selected scene.
import lxu.select
class ReferencedItems:
def __init__(self, scene):
self.mScene = lx.object.Scene(scene)
self.mSceneFilename = self.mScene.Filename()
self.mItems = []
def AddItem(self, item):
print item
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mattcox / Manual_ToolOperation_Example.cpp
Last active July 12, 2018 21:08
This example demonstrates how to manually implement a tool operation item.
/*
*
* This example demonstrates how to manually implement a tool operation
* item.
*
*/
#include <lxsdk/lx_mesh.hpp>
#include <lxsdk/lx_tool.hpp>
#include <lxsdk/lx_toolui.hpp>
#include <lxsdk/lx_vector.hpp>
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mattcox / EvaluateParticles.cpp
Created November 20, 2017 19:40
This demonstrates how to evaluate a particle source for it's particles. By default, only position, transform and ID are evaluated, however it could easily be extended to support other types.
/*
* This demonstrates how to evaluate a particle source for it's particles.
* By default, only position, transform and ID are evaluated, however it
* could easily be extended to support other types.
*
* To evaluate particles, you must provide a TriangleSoup to the Tableau,
* allowing it populate your soup with the particle data. This is very
* similar to reading surfaces, but we only care about vertex data, not
* polygons.
*
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mattcox / continueOnFunctionMiss.py
Created July 21, 2017 22:56
This script when attached to a breakpoint will continue lldb if the provided function doesn't appear in the current backtrace.
#!/usr/bin/env python
'''
This script when attached to a breakpoint will continue lldb if the provided
function doesn't appear in the current backtrace.
To use this script, add a file called .lldbinit to your home directory,
with the following line: