Hi, this is my first post in the new forum. I'm exited
I noticed, that the content of the PYTHONPATH environment variable is not appended to the content of sys.path for the c4d python interpreter. Since we use a lot of site-modules in our company, this issue is rather annoying.
For the time being I helped myself by updating sys.path during plugin initialization, but I rather would not.
# extend sys.path whit content of PYTHONPATH
python_path = os.environ['PYTHONPATH'].replace("\\", "/").split(';')
for entry in python_path:
if not entry in sys.path:
Is there a way to tackle the problem in a more convenient way, like a command line parameter or an environment variable? Is this behavior intended or is it just overlooked during the R20 upgrade process?
I looking forward to your answers,
Welcome to the new forum
PYTHONPATH not added to sys.path is a known issue and has been already fixed for the R20 SP2 update.
I don't see a better workaround then your with R20 SP1 currently.
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the issue is reappearing in R23.008, I'm wondering if this is a known one.
thanks in advance,
Hi, correct this is a known issue, I should have mentioned in the Changelog, I will update it next week.
We removed the usage of PYTHONPATH since it's too problematic in case of multiple Cinema 4D versions installed and since PYTHONPATH can be used for a large variety of scripts that could not work in Python 3.7
@m_adam thanks for R23.110 C4DPYTHONPATH37 !