Python rhinoscriptsyntax error on Mac

In running one of my scripts that runs fine on Windows, an exception was thrown on the Mac:


Mac doesn’t like the state= argument, it’s not expected… If I eliminate it, it runs fine.

Thanks, --Mitch

The rhinoscriptsyntax functions on mac are pretty old and need to be updated. This is probably the cause of the problem you’re seeing Mitch. I’ve added updating the Mac plug-in to my “TODO” list.

OK, thanks Steve, I just assumed that as Mac 481 (current build) is supposed to have all the stuff from Windows Rhino V5.5, that this stuff got automatically updated…

Cheers, --Mitch

The python plug-in is a separate download that you installed. This was done so I could start figuring out how to implement a RhinoCommon plug-in architecture on Mac. It hasn’t been updated for a long time and really needs some love.

Add rs.GetBoolean() to the list of stuff that doesn’t work…



here’s another python call which is unimplemented on the Mac: