2020-03-23 09:38 AM - last edited on 2021-09-15 12:36 PM by Noemi Balogh
2020-03-23 12:40 PM
2020-03-24 08:30 AM
poco2013 wrote:Thank you, Poco2013. I hope that we will have these functions in the next version.
The short answer is no.
The Python experiment only returns the main structure of a limited number of elements such as walls, morphs, arcs, text, and zones and it does not return the needed auxiliary structures associated with them. So somewhat worthless at present. I hope to see a great improvement in version 24 but we'll see?
Keep in mind that the original Python Experiment was only issued to judge user acceptance and not as a practical application. It remains to be seen if Graphisoft will allocate the resources necessary to fully implement the API in Python. At present, it appears NOT? That's why it is important to convey your wishes directly to your local representative. Otherwise it may be 10 years before Python in Archicad is practical.
2020-03-24 10:03 AM
2020-03-24 01:49 PM
Ralph wrote:Absolutely. And that may still be a good idea to explore since even with the new Python version, a thorough understanding of the Archicad data structure(s) will invariably be necessary.
Alternatively, you can get all this info through the ARCHICAD API.