Do Cinema 4D and c4dpy use different lists of plugins?

Hello!
It seems like Cinema 4D uses more plugins then c4dpy.
I've written (copypasted) this code:

import c4d

def main():
    importPlugins = c4d.plugins.FilterPluginList(c4d.PLUGINTYPE_SCENELOADER, True)
    for p in importPlugins:
        print('{} : {}'.format(p.GetName(), p.GetID()))

if __name__=='__main__':
    main()

If it runs within Cinema 4D it returns this list:

3D Studio (*.3ds) : 1001037
Alembic (*.abc) : 1028081
BVH (*.bvh) : 1001048
CATIA (*.CATPart *.CATProduct *.cgr) : 1039778
Cinema 4D (*.c4d) : 1001025
COLLADA 1.4 (*.dae) : 1022315
COLLADA 1.5 (*.dae) : 1025754
DEM (*.dem) : 1001046
DWG (*.dwg) : 1021372
DXF (*.dxf) : 1001035
FBX (*.fbx) : 1026369
IGES (*.igs *.iges) : 1039779
Illustrator (*.ai) : 1001045
JT (*.jt) : 1039780
Lightwave (*.lws) : 1001043
Lightwave Object (*.lwo) : 1001044
MeshObject JSON Asset : 1040819
SKP (*.skp) : 1033845
Solidworks (*.SLDPrt *.SLDAsm *.SLDDrw) : 1039781
STEP (*.stp *.step *.p21) : 1039777
STL (*.stl) : 1001020
Updater loader : 450000233
Volume (*.vdb) : 1039864
VRML 2 (*.wrl) : 1001033
Wavefront OBJ (*.obj) : 1030177

However when it runs via console

c4dpy *pathToScript*

it logged this one

3D Studio (*.3ds) : 1001037
Alembic (*.abc) : 1028081
BVH (*.bvh) : 1001048
CATIA (*.CATPart *.CATProduct *.cgr) : 1039778
Cinema 4D (*.c4d) : 1001025
DEM (*.dem) : 1001046
DXF (*.dxf) : 1001035
IGES (*.igs *.iges) : 1039779
Illustrator (*.ai) : 1001045
JT (*.jt) : 1039780
Lightwave (*.lws) : 1001043
Lightwave Object (*.lwo) : 1001044
MeshObject JSON Asset : 1040819
SKP (*.skp) : 1033845
Solidworks (*.SLDPrt *.SLDAsm *.SLDDrw) : 1039781
STEP (*.stp *.step *.p21) : 1039777
STL (*.stl) : 1001020
Updater loader : 450000233
Volume (*.vdb) : 1039864
VRML 2 (*.wrl) : 1001033
Wavefront OBJ (*.obj) : 1030177

It's a little bit shorter. And there is no FBX 😞
Is it bug? May be I do something wrong?

I use Cinema 4D R20.030 on Windows.

P.S. I'm sorry for any grammar mistakes.
P.P.S. C4D developers! You're awesome! C4D is just amazing! I really love it!

Hi @kisaf, thanks a lot for reporting this.
I've reported it to the development team.

Sadly there is nothing to do on your side.
The only way would be to use the Cinema 4D command line instead of c4dpy.

Cheers,
Maxime.

Hi @m_adam, thank you for your answer! I'll try command line.
Cheers

This issue is now fixed in R21.

Cheers,
Maxime.