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  1. Does anyone knows where in Modo is directory for custom *.dll plugins?
  2. Hey guys, i didnt find anything in the forum so i'm gonna open up a new thread for future searchers on this topic (and not hijack my other thread about compilation issues....). Now that i managed to build my plugins, i would like to establish a convenient plugin testing workflow. What i would do in Maya is, after the build i would run a python script to: 1. Load empty scene 2. Unload the plugin and release the handle 3. Copy and overwrite the .dll (.mll) 4. Reload the plugin 5. Reraise test scene setup I can't seem to find a way to unload the plugin in Houdini (or load it in the interface). Is there a way to set it up like this, or do i need to restart Houdini every time ? PS: Is there a list somewhere that explains all the abbreviations like GU, OP etc. ? When i accidentaly read that GU means Geometry Utility, lightbulbs went on, and the HDK naming scheme immediately became a lot less obscure....