Can anyone spare 2 mins to test addon template on mac and linux?

edit: linux tested, just mac now if anyone has it

hey guys, is anyone here on linux or mac and have a spare 2 mins to test if my addon template is compatible?

once the addon is installed it will appear in the addons list as 3di test addon template, and pressing ctrl shift f should popup up a menu with a few simple tools in it (add monkey, solidify, set origin of all selected to each geometry)

cheers :crossed_fingers:

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Hi, checked with 2.91 on Opensuse Tumbleweed, I can install the addon but not enable it.

Read prefs: /home/xxx/.config/blender/2.91/config/userpref.blend
found bundled python: /home/xxx/blender-2.91.0-linux64/2.91/python
addon_utils.disable: latest template not disabled
Modules Installed (latest template) from '/home/xxx/Downloads/' into '/home/xxx/.config/blender/2.91/scripts/addons'
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/xxx/blender-2.91.0-linux64/2.91/scripts/modules/", line 351, in enable
    mod = __import__(module_name)
  File "/home/xxx/.config/blender/2.91/scripts/addons/latest template/", line 27, in <module>
    from . utils import RegisterHelpers as rh
  File "/home/xxx/.config/blender/2.91/scripts/addons/latest template/utils/", line 39, in <module>
    all_mods = get_all_modules_defined_in_directory(directory,all_mods)#get the folder contents for the current directory looping over and overwrite all_mods (list of all modules)
  File "/home/xxx/.config/blender/2.91/scripts/addons/latest template/utils/", line 17, in get_all_modules_defined_in_directory
    folder_contents = os.listdir(str(pathlib.Path(__file__).parent.parent.parent.absolute()) +'\\'+ directory)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/home/xxx/.config/blender/2.91/scripts/addons\\latest template\\properties\\'

Cheers, mib

thanks! Can you try again with this one please?

This is working.


that’s great news, thanks for testing :metal:

Hey @3di,

I’m on Mac OS 10.14.6 and tested your template with Blender 2.91. Seems to be doing exactly what you described using your newer version

(Trying the first one you posted gave me the same error that mib3berlin got.)

That’s brilliant, thanks for taking the time :+1:

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