"Hi Parivardhan, I don't think the issue here is with Plankton. Try connecting a mesh directly to the "PMesh" input of the Python script component.
The error here is telling you that, in your case, PMesh is not a PlanktonMesh,…"
One tip on your use of Plankton... Instead of hardcoding the full path to the Plankton assemblies as it is on your machine, if you use something like the following then it will work out of the box on other machines :)
"Farah – When/where are you seeing this error? Have you unblocked all the .dll/.gha files? (right-click, properties, unblock)
Jay – Plankton doesn't have very many components as it's mostly used for scripting. I wonder if this…"
This script might help you with constructing plankton meshes in Python. Note, there are several different ways of "importing" Plankton in a Python script component. See my answer to your question about conway…"
"Hi AJ, can you describe in what way the grab component is not working? The more detail you can provide, the more help you'll get! What version of Kangaroo are you using? What error messages (if any) are you getting when trying to use the grab…"
"The value should be between 0.0 and 0.5. The argument is the normalised length of a halfedge. Can you send me an example file, please? I've used this in the past successfully, but it sounds like you might have found a bug..."
"Sure, just reference Plankton.dll and not Plankton.gha (all the rhino/grasshopper related stuff is in the GHA). It's just an implementation of a data-structure which is optimised for querying neighbouring mesh elements in manifold meshes.…"
"Devang, this is an unfortunate limitation of the documentation software that we use. It's only capable of generating code snippets for C# and VB.NET. However, in certain places we've started to add our own sample code and here you'll…"
"Josh, please let us know how you get on! I've used Plankton on the Mac via compiled Grasshopper components (MeshMachine, for example) but not yet via scripting as that's only available for Rhino right now, not Grasshopper. Please shout if…"