Is there an overload method for python FileObj

I have a Mesh[ ] object that I want to save as an obj file, as shown in the API FileObj.Write Method (String, Mesh[], FileObjWriteOptions)

However in the python docs I can’t find this. There is one FileObjWrite option, which is a different writer FileObj.Write Method (StreamWriter, RhinoDoc, FileObjWriteOptions)

I don’t want to save the entire doc. Am I missing something obvious?

p.s. I am really only able to find python docs in the python editor, so if there is a better place please let me know.

Best to use the RhinoCommon API.

import Rhino
import System

def test_write_obj():
    plane = Rhino.Geometry.Plane.WorldXY
    radius = 5.0
    sphere = Rhino.Geometry.Sphere(plane, radius)
    mesh = Rhino.Geometry.Mesh.CreateQuadSphere(sphere, 3)
    arr = System.Array[Rhino.Geometry.Mesh]([mesh])
    path = System.Environment.GetFolderPath(System.Environment.SpecialFolder.Desktop)
    filename = System.IO.Path.Combine(path, 'test_write_obj.obj');
    fwo = Rhino.FileIO.FileWriteOptions()
    options = Rhino.FileIO.FileObjWriteOptions(fwo)
    rc = Rhino.FileIO.FileObj.Write(filename, arr, options)

if __name__ == "__main__":

– Dale

Hi Dale,

This is what I was trying to say, the python API doesn’t seem to have that overload. I get the same error with your code:

Hi @umcadop,

The API I referenced is for Rhino 7. What version of Rhino do you have?

– Dale

Ah, Rhino 6. So that overload was added in 7?

Well, sorry about that. Time to upgrade I guess.

I could delete this post, if you think.