Collection of Python utilities modules to work with PySide/PyQt and DCCs
Collection of Python modules to make your life easier when working with PySide/PyQt.
Also, when working with specific DCCs, tpQtLib will auto import proper modules and will use DCC specific implementations for PySide/PyQt widgets.
1. Clone/Download tpQtLib anywhere in your PC (If you download the repo, you will need to extract the contents of the .zip file).
Copy tpQtLib folder located inside source folder in a path added to sys.path
Automatic installation for tpQtLib is not finished yet.
At this moment following DCCs are supported:
3ds Max: https://github.com/tpoveda/tpMaxLib
Blender: Work in Progress
During tpQtLib initialization, if DCC specific implementation package is found in sys.path, tpQtLib will automatically detect it and will import it.
tpQtLib must be initialized before being used.
import tpQtLib tpQtLib.init()
For development purposes, you can enable reloading system, so you can reload tpQtLib sources without the necessity of restarting your Python session. Useful when working with DCCs.
import tpQtLib reload(tpQtLib) tpQtLib.init(True)
Enabling debug log
By default, tpQtLib logger only logs warning messages. To enable all log messages you can set TPQTLIB_DEV environment variables to ‘True’
import os os.environ['TPQTLIB_DEV'] = 'True' import tpQtLib tpQtLib.init()
Deploying new version (only for devs)
Make sure setup.cfg file version field is updated
Make sure that you have installed the following packages:
pip install wheel
pip install twine
pip install setuptools
Make sure to update setuptools to latest available version:
pip install setuptools --upgrade
python setup.py sdist bdist_wheel
Validate wheel package generation
twine check dist/*
Upload package to PyPi
twine upload dist/*
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