[Sidefx-houdini-list] python hython

Simon Kapeniak szymon.kapeniak at gmail.com
Tue Apr 14 05:47:37 EDT 2009

you could import hou module at the front of your script thus allowing
standard python session to cooperate with Houdini. Preparing
environment for that purpose tends to be fussy but it's definitely
doable (http://www.sidefx.com/docs/houdini9.5/hom/commandline)


2009/4/14 Joe Barrow <joe at primalpictures.com>:
> I have a script that I have written in 'hython' that uses houdini to
> compile a subnet which is used in lots of our files here in the office.
> At the moment I execute this script by copying it into the python source
> editor and applying it.
> Is it possible to execute this script on its own without having to fire
> up houdini ? I was hoping I could double click on my .py script, have it
> open hython and execute my script.
> - is this possible and if so how ?
> many thanks
> Jb
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