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« on: August 06, 2011, 02:51:17 am »

I'm sure some of you guys has heard this before. But I can't get Blender 2.57b to recognize blender2crsytal on a Windows 7 Pro machine, under Python 2.7 .

I was able to compile Crystal Space though.

It seems that when I follow the general directions to install blender2crystal, I can't find which folder to copy bpymodules to. The assumption is that I have a folder named ~/.blender/scripts .  But I don't even have an equivalent, because I needed to do a user-space install of Blender.

Also, I hear there is no direct way to install Blender 2.4 scripts just to run as-is under Blender 2.5 ,  because "import Blender" is no longer supported as a Python module.

Is there a simple fix?


Crystal Space 1.4.0
Linux Kernel 2.6.24, Debian/Etch (Kanotix Thorhammer), 32 bit
OpenGL 2.1.2 NVIDIA GeForce 6150 Driver 177.13
Driver reliability typically excellent
g++4.1, glibc 2.2 - No present compile issues with CS
Python 2.4.4 !
Blender 2.48
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« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2011, 04:53:52 pm »

Despite all the functionalities of blender2crystal, it is stuck to Blender 2.49b and will probably hibernate there forever.

If you want to use the Blender 2.5x series, then you would need to switch to the B2.5CS exporter from Peragro Tempus (but it's still lacking the support of animeshes).

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