[Sidefx-houdini-list] inlineCpp vs rock solid tool

Georg Duemlein rdg at preset.de
Tue Mar 1 17:18:58 EST 2011


Never tried any of this, but couldn't you inject the code via a 
versioned python module?

from myCode.v2_1.inline import theCoolFunction as tcf
?


On 11-03-01 1:50 PM, Lars van der Bijl wrote:
> I think the inline cpp functions are great and greatly reduce my need to go
> to cpp and hdk. the one thing i dont like about it is that the code is
> inside of a digital asset store in a big string which makes it a nightmare
> to version control and merge with other functions.
>
> anyone have any ideas on a more useful manager of injecting or splitting the
> code from the hda?
>
>
>
> On Tue, Mar 1, 2011 at 9:40 PM, Georg Duemlein<rdg at preset.de>  wrote:
>
>> On 11-03-01 1:24 PM, Olex P wrote:
>>
>>> Probably because a proper HDK SOP will require just 5 minutes more than
>>> inline cpp one but will give a rock solid tool instead :)
>>>
>>
>> What's the not so rocksolidness of the inlineCPP then?
>>
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