Hello @TomTom ! Yes I agree, but, I am a 3d professional, in architecture and object design, not in development.
When I read “Rhino supports Python”, I say to myself, “Good!, I have new opportunities available”. But Rhino supports IronPython 2, not Python, it’s not the same.
I did tests with Pythonnet, it seems to work but without Rhino. I am a 3d professional, not of development.
I’m register here with my personal licence v6 and i have two licence v5 at work. The unique question I have with my tools is: What can I do with?
Rhino 6 give me no more than Rhino 5, why will I change? For a few milliseconds gained on the display and Grasshopper …
Rhino 6 does not improve what I need. So I have think improve it for my needs with scripts.
I tested C #, it works well but it’s harder, with a VS project, a description of plugins, compilation time,
theMicrosoftFramework.WithVeryLong.SyntaxSolution (ForSimpleThing). I am a professional 3D, not a developer.
So my question is:
But I think Python for Rhino is a solution to forget.
… Oh! not want to learn C # but i do…