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  1. Using custom Python modules

    os.environ['PATH'] : refers to the PATH environment variable, which is a list of directories the operating system tries to find an executable in if you try to start an application without an absolute or relative path like you can set PATH environment variable to houdini bin directory , then you just type mplay in cmd to run mplay. os.environ['PYTHONPATH'] : https://docs.python.org/2/using/cmdline.html#envvar-PYTHONPATH sys.path: are the directories Python searches for modules in when you try to import one I hope It will help.
  2. Using custom Python modules

    I had same problem when I was trying to load module .Then i got help from Doc. This is from Doc: In general, Houdini looks for "scripts" (usually callback scripts) on disk under HOUDINIPATH/scripts/, while modules you would import are under HOUDINIPATH/python2.7libs/. Unfortunately, this is not consistent, so for example Houdini looks for the pythonrc.py initialization script in python2.7libs. for more : http://www.sidefx.com/docs/houdini/hom/locations.html
  3. @mr_syco, You can use connectivity sop to get per object attribute, with that attribute "class " you can use for each loop with point deform.I have attached a file for you . demo_grainForEachLoopPointDeform.hip
  4. Hi, I am trying to setup some pipeline env-variable on Windows.I am currently thinking of batch Scripting.For example i am creating "SHOW" env-variable using C:\Windows\system32>setx SHOW "SPIDY" /m SUCCESS:Specified value was saved. It adding properly SHOW env-variable to system. Is there any way to create a alias so that I need to type only "SHOW SPIDY"?