It was supposed to be today, but I had some other things to do, so it is going to be a day late. I actually thought nobody was interested anymore really, with all the stuff going on. Anyway, I can tell you though that the script is not small, probably around 2.5Mb.
This is because I wanted to make sure it will work for everybody, so every extension module is included three times for three python versions, python2.0, 2.1, 2.2. Don’t worry though, you don’t have to do anything, I also included an install script. Nevertheless, it will require that you installed Python correctly (2.0 or higher), meaning that PYTHONPATH should be set. Lightflow should also be installed correctly with the environment variable LIGHTFLOWPATH set. In case you still use Python1.5, you can delete that, unless you still use it for something else of course.
It should be noted that since I have done lots of coding the last month without any testing other than by myself, that it might not work without errors. Nobody but myself has tested the new pythonless method (actually it still uses python, but more in a indirect way) and the blendfile import was only sort of completed this week with some very hard work. So don’t be surprised if things will be less than perfect.
About the blendfile import, nothing is 1 to 1, some things don’t quite work in Lightflow (I have found quite a few bugs), and the output python files can be quite large since the blender material/textures are translated into a huge string of Lightflow pattern combinations.
Anyway, more tomorrow…