I have a simple GH definition that has internalized geometry. When I call this definition using hops I see the geometry as input but the internalized data is not recognized. Looking at the forum it appears that there shouldn’t be any issues with this. Is there something I’m missing?
This is a screen of my hops function. The curve data is internalized.
Hmm. Okay. So the problem wasn’t with the internalization of the data. The problem was that the “Get Geometry” component doesn’t seem to recognize data being fed into it and requires the caller to provide it. This is different behavior than the other components (e.g. Get Boolean, Get Point).
After spending some more time looking at this, I am pretty sure this is an issue with Rhino Compute. I need to do a little more research but it looks like most of the Geometry data types will not use any ‘default’ data. That is data that is passed to the input component, whether a “Get” component or one marked as “RH_IN”. Rhino Compute just ignores the data.