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Blender Development

by svenfraeys ST3

Develop with Sublime Text 3 as an external script editor in Blender

Details

  • 2015.04.20.19.47.52
  • github.​com
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  • 5 years ago
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SublimeBlender

Execute scripts in Blender

Intro

Develop with Sublime Text 3 as an external script editor in Blender. Execute scripts directly from Sublime. Receive autocomplete dropdowns from the blender modules

Installation

download the package from GitHub into your Packages folder

the Blender addon needs to be downloaded from SublimeBlenderAddon

How to use

  1. Install SublimeBlender (sublime package) and SublimeBlenderAddon (blender addon)
  2. Launch in Blender Operator Sublime Open Connection, or TextEditor > Properties > SublimeBlender
  3. Execute a script by using Alt+P in Sublime Text

Updates

august 2014 * Blender UI info showing when opening connection * Operator rename to Sublime Open Connection * Small bugfixes (None exceptions) * SublimeBlender Panel added in TextEditor > Properties > SublimeBlender for usability

march 2014 * bpy autocompletion : autocompletion when working on a bpy library * bpy import autocompletion : when importing the bpy modules * auto-save the file when executing your active script

february 2014 * Execute your script from Sublime directly in Blender * Sublime Console shows the console output of Blender

Key Bindings

  • Alt+P : Execute open script in Blender

Settings

In the settings you can change several parameters * host : The host that will receive the signal (default : localhost) * port : The port that will receive the signal (default : 8006)

Screens

More Information

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-hWEdp1Gz4zjyio7Hdc0ZnFXKNB6eusYITnuMI3n65M