The interface, modeling, 3d editing tools, import/export, feature requests, etc
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stiv wrote:Blender uses an extended version of Python for its scripting language.
Ah, no. Blender uses absolutely standard Python for its scripting language. The only customization it does is the addition of custom modules only accessible while scripts run from within Blender.
In particular, all the standard Python modules are still accessible.
Except on Windows...
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The only customization it does is the addition of custom modules only accessible while scripts run from within Blender.
Don't forget the C code necessary to access Blender's internal data structures from Python.
So we have an embedded Python interpreter, a bunch of custom modules, and more than a little C code to access Blender structs.
Extending and Embedding the Python Interpreter
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