SOLVED Python Tag Plugin Doesn't Work Properly With Resource Files

Hello guys,
I'm a newbie to C4D python script / plugin development and please allow me to ask you guys some points.

I tried to write a python tag plugin based on "py-look_at_camera_r13" example but I encountered the error like below when I attach the tag this plugin created.

c4d_error.png

I looked through this forum and I keep googling but I can't find the proper answer. I think the problem is related to description resource but I'm not familiar with these things. Python plugin development with resource files is pretty confusing...
So please help me! Any help would be greatly appreciated.

My code is below.

text_plugin.pyp

import os
import c4d


PLUGIN_ID = *******


class TestPlugin(c4d.plugins.TagData):
    def Init(self, node):
        self.InitAttr(node, bool, c4d.TESTPLUGIN_ENABLE)
        node[c4d.TESTPLUGIN_ENABLE] = True
        pd = c4d.PriorityData()
        if pd is None:
            raise MemoryError("Failed to create a priority data.")
        pd.SetPriorityValue(c4d.PRIORITYVALUE_CAMERADEPENDENT, True)
        node[c4d.EXPRESSION_PRIORITY] = pd
        return True

    def Execute(self, tag, doc, op, bt, priority, flags):
        return c4d.EXECUTIONRESULT_OK


if __name__ == "__main__":
    register_check = c4d.plugins.RegisterTagPlugin(id = PLUGIN_ID, str = "Test Plugin", info = c4d.TAG_EXPRESSION | c4d.TAG_VISIBLE, g = TestPlugin, description = "Ttestplugin", icon = None)
    if register_check:
        print("Test Plugin by beatgram")


c4d_symbols.h

enum
{
    // End of symbol definition
    _DUMMY_ELEMENT_
};

ttestplugin.h

#ifndef _Ttestplugin_H_
#define _Ttestplugin_H_

enum
{
    TESTPLUGIN_ENABLE = 1000
}

#endif

ttestplugin.str

STRINGTABLE Ttestplugin
{
    Ttestplugin "Test Plugin";
    TESTPLUGIN_ENABLE "Enable";
}

ttestplugin.res

CONTAINER Ttestplugin
{
    NAME Ttestplugin;
    INCLUDE Texpression;

    GROUP ID_TAGPROPERTIES
	{
		BOOL TESTPLUGIN_ENABLE { ANIM ON; }
	}
}

Plugin structure

Test Plugin/
    test_plugin.pyp
    res/
        c4d_symbols.h
        description/
            ttestplugin.h
            ttestplugin.res
        strings_en-US/
            ttestplugin.str

---------- User Information ----------

Cinema 4D version: R23
OS: Windows 10
Language: Python

hi,

using your content is working perfectly fine here.
Maybe you could zip the file and set it to us ?

Does the python examples works on your system ?
Did you copy/paste the py-look_at_camera directyory or did you create your own hierarchy on your drive ?

Cheers,
Manuel.

@m_magalhaes Thank you for checking on your end.
That example code made a same error on my end and I created my own hierarchy on my drive.

I double checked my hierarchy / structure and finally I found my mistake!
The structure below works well and I think it's correct one.

Test Plugin/
    test_plugin.pyp
    res/
        c4d_symbols.h
        description/
            ttestplugin.h
            ttestplugin.res
        strings_en-US/
            description  -------------------- This folder needed! --------------------
                ttestplugin.str

ho yes,

sorry i created my hierarchy and added that directory without checking yours : /

Cheers,
Manuel

@m_magalhaes Anyway thanks for the support, Manuel! I love this great community.