Oh, I see. Well, thank you so much for a nice explanation. I'll find out if something can be done.sgrogan wrote: ↑Fri Sep 07, 2018 4:58 pmI don't know another way to get the compiler used to build python.
I suspect Dynamo's Python 2.7 is built with VC9, this is what standard Python is built with.
FreeCAD's python is built with VC12, so the 2 python's would be incompatible as they would try load different CRT's.
Maybe you can get some info from Dynamo's Help About or the like?
EDIT: I just discovered that Dynamo uses Iron Python and doesn't work with CPython compiled extensions (like FreeCAD.pyd)
see here for ex. https://forum.dynamobim.com/t/numpy-for ... cript/5394 (i.e. numpy.pyd)
So you will only be able to use pure python modules (.py files) with Dynamo apparently.