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Old   August 6, 2018, 13:23
Default Scripting paraview module in an IDE
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I was wondering if there is a way for scripting paraview in an IDE.

I know that I can run my scripts with pvbatch or pvpython in terminal but I want to see my mistakes while writing it with the help of an IDE.

I tried to set spyder for this. I set pythonpath with pythonpath manager in spyder. But I am not sure whether I am doing the right thing. pythonpath is like ..../paraview/site-packages as explained in paraview.org.

I am novice in Paraview and scripting. Can you give me any suggestions?

Thanks in advance.
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