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  1. I am trying to create AI behaviour in the sop solver. I am able to update behaviours by using the prev frame data without any trouble. The problem is for one particular behaviour I need to save the position of certain points across a frame range, and use this data to drive the other points in the simulation. The solutions I could think of were: I tried using a pop network outside of the sop solver to birth new particles and access these points back in the sop solver. But the solver errors out if i connect the data from the pop network into the solver tree. I guess this is because i am making new points outside of the solver. I also tried to create new points using python and the `add` sop. this is terribly slow and almost brings the whole thing to a stop. The most obvious solution seemed to be to create a list attribute in python and save the data into it. But if i do this in the sop solver then the data gets overwritten per frame. Is there some way to create an attribute that could store an array or list of position data across frames. From the documentation i understand that only floats, int and vectors can be used as attributes. I could just append the new position data to this list per frame and access it later in the tree. Thanks ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- www.vimeo.com/tusk3d
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