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Pyblish Mindbender

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A basic asset creation pipeline - batteries included.


$ pip install pyblish-mindbender

Each studio must then define a few executables with their own local paths, that are later mapped into the pipeline automatically.


>>> from pyblish_mindbender import api, maya
>>> api.install(maya)


While developing the documentation, here is how you can run a local Jekyll server that will enable you to preview what the website will look like locally.

$ cd pyblish-mindbender
$ docker run --rm -v $(pwd)/docs:/src -p 4000:4000 grahamc/jekyll serve -w --force_polling -H

The server will now be available at Make sure port 4000 is forwarded to your host.


cd pyblish-mindbender
docker build -t pyblish/mindbender -f Dockerfile-maya2016 .

# Run nosetests (Linux/OSX)
docker run --rm -v $(pwd):/repo pyblish/mindbender

Code convention

Below are some of the standard practices applied to this repositories.

  • PEP8
    • All code is written in PEP8. It is recommended you use a linter as you work, flake8 and pylinter are both good options.
  • Napoleon docstrings
    • Any docstrings are made in Google Napoleon format. See Napoleon for details.
  • Semantic Versioning
  • Underscore means private
    • Anything prefixed with an underscore means that it is internal to wherever it is used. For example, a variable name is only ever used in the parent function or class. A module is not for use by the end-user. In contrast, anything without an underscore is public, but not necessarily part of the API. Members of the API resides in