Empty commit - pushing from blender

Hey specklers,

I am using blender installed on a linux distro on my personal laptop. I managed to download and install the Blender add on (2.12.1 - beta) manually and add my account manually like said here Manager | Speckle Docs and thanks to the recommendations in Speckle Manager for Linux? - #6 by gjedlicska and was able to pull data from a stream :smiley:

However, when I try to push I am not able to see anything in the speckle viewer. Just continuous loading. There was no error when pushing the data from speckle.

Here is one of my commits: Speckle

Thanks!

Update: I boiled down the problem to one polyline which makes the viewer not load properly. This is the polyline:

And in speckle:
https://speckle.xyz/streams/0bacfc3aa6/commits/640cb62c34

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Great catch,
Can reproduce, something in our curve/line conversion seems to be broken.
Looking into this now!

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I wasn’t even aware that Speckle runs on Linux !

Have to test :slight_smile:

(Now I need a Bricscad Connector and Vectorworks offering Linux support)

not officially I guess but it was not hard to get the blender connector to identify my user account and run. If you try and do have any questions let us know!

Well for now there is blenderBIM, which I wanted to try as well, so I guess doing BIM on linux is really an option :penguin:

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Blender BIM and its Support is great !
It imports IFC standards and geometry better than most of my proprietary CADs.
If you have a problem, create a thread on their forums and (Moult) will help or
create a fix in time.

I am mainly on Mac since 2007. But if Mac gets again as questionable for 3D,
as since 2012, after the very promising M1 presentation, I will prefer Linux over
going back Windows.
So I have to try Speckle for Linux soon.

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