Python rs.Plugins() bug


#1

@stevebaer, @Alain,

there seems to be a serious bug in rs.Plugins() eg. when the status is set to zero (0 means to list both loaded or unloaded plug-ins) it does not list a single plugin name. Even when many are loaded or unloaded:

import rhinoscriptsyntax as rs
for p in rs.Plugins(types=0, status=0):
    print p

same error occurs if only the status argument or both optional arguments are omitted like below:

import rhinoscriptsyntax as rs
for p in rs.Plugins():
    print p

c.


(Alain Cormier) #2

Hi Clement,
I see the problem in Rhino 5 but it’s working in Rhino WIP. I logged the bug.
Thanks