These are not py2 compatibility patches, I had some erros when pyflow worked inside freecad. So I made a version with some hacks to get it running.Kunda1 wrote: ↑Tue Oct 01, 2019 3:32 pm@microelly2 Question, why are you coding functionality to make pyflow compatible with py2 ? ( https://pythonclock.org/ )
when I rebase my version of pyflow I have to check that it runs with the py3 version of FreeCAD. This will be one of the next steps.
Maybe I get pyflow already running inside FreeCAD without modifications, otherwise I will discuss all conflicts with ilgar next weeks to get the conflicts solved. There was no time during summer to do that, but now raining has started and we can come in to the computers again.
my todo list for october:
* end user documentation of the existing nodes
* rebase pyflow
* compatibility to py3
* first alpha release