Pre-built packages are available for download for Windows, Linux and Mac from the Integrations webpage.
The pre-built packages includes integrations for various applications:
- 3DS Max
- Nuke Studio
Alternative installation methods require technical knowledge.
Building from git repository¶
Alternatively, install using pip:
pip install git+https://bitbucket.org/ftrack/ftrack-connect.git
This project is not yet available on PyPi.
Building from source¶
You can also build manually from the source for more control. First obtain a copy of the source by either downloading the zipball or cloning the public repository:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:ftrack/ftrack-connect.git
Then you can build and install the package into your current Python site-packages folder:
python setup.py install
Alternatively, just build locally and manage yourself:
python setup.py build
Building documentation from source¶
To build the documentation from source:
python setup.py build_sphinx
Then view in your browser:
Running tests against the source¶
With a copy of the source it is also possible to run the unit tests:
python setup.py test
There are also interactive tests for many of the widgets that can be run directly once you have configured your environment to include the built package:
Python >= 2.6, < 3
PySide >= 1.2.2, < 2
On Windows, PySide does not always put the required
pyside-rccruntime in an accessible place. If you encounter build errors when installing, try adding the location of
$ set "PATH=C:\Python27\Lib\site-packages\PySide\;%PATH%"
Riffle >= 0.1.0, < 2
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