generative modeling for Rhino
this is the first release of the Grasshopper assembly wizard, to start new assembly development in C# and Vb.Net more simply.
Includes the sample code for an Archimedean spiral and:
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I love the wizard. Make the setup for new projects so much easier.
There are two issues though:
1) The new projects still ends up in the namespace of "MyProject1", regardless the name I provide.
2) I have to reference an assembly that depends Rhino_DotNET. While both are targeted at .NET 2.0, Rhino_DotNET references mscorlib, which VS resolves to .NET 4.0. Obviously this conflicts with a target for less than 4.0. This seems to be a too common problem. Still I could not find usable solution, am stuck with VS2008 and miss out on your wizard :S
thanks for the kind words. About the questions,
Missed out on the very first name... sorry :D
And thanks for the DLL
Thanks so much for this and the Rhino Plug-in version as well. It really, REALLY sped up production of a plug in I was working on. I had not made an RHP in a long time, and it was a very welcome find.
Hi guys... this is probably a naive question... but will there be an assembly wizard for Python as well? I am still trying to decide whether to learn VB or Python, and right now Python is looking like the more flexible language for domains outside of Grasshopper. I seem to recall however that this is one of the drawbacks of using Python (no assembly wizards, etc)...
Yes is it; but python has a softaware for developpers.
You don't need a GHA wizard for python since you just edit the scripts directly in by double clicking on the component. This is more akin to using the VB or C# scripting components.
I actually think a framework to build something akin to .gha's in Python would be nice, but so far only scripting components are supported. The main goal would be to distribute code that can be updated in all components, as well as provided in compiled assemblies. Both tasks can already be accomplished with GhPython, but not in the gha-type of workflow.
So what if I work in Python, but ultimately would like to distribute a tool i.e. a set of grasshopper components? Normally one would use a .gha, but for GhPython the best I can think of is distributing a set of User Objects. Any thoughts?