AI SDK 2020 pipl error

Engaged ,
Apr 28, 2020 Apr 28, 2020

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Hi All,

 

I am working on Win 10, VS 2017 Professional, Python 2.7(x64).

 

I tried to build the sample EmptyPanel(x64) from the 2020 SDK.

Getting this error,

Severity Code Description Project File Line Suppression State
Error MSB3073 The command "echo performing: python ..\..\tools\pipl\create_pipl.py -input "[{\"name\":\"EmptyPanel\"}]"
python ..\..\tools\pipl\create_pipl.py -input "[{\"name\":\"EmptyPanel\"}]"
:VCEnd" exited with code 9009.

 

Couldn't find much information on this, though I have found other people are also facing this issue, but haven't found a solution.

 

Please help.

 

Thanks!

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Engaged , May 12, 2020 May 12, 2020
The issue was with setting the python path in the environment variables. All good now.

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May 12, 2020 May 12, 2020

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The issue was with setting the python path in the environment variables.

 

All good now.

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Explorer ,
Jan 18, 2021 Jan 18, 2021

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Having the same problem. How did you solve it, please?

 

/Fredrik

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Engaged ,
Jan 18, 2021 Jan 18, 2021

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Make sure that the correct version of Python is installed. You need version 2.7.

Also, make sure that the Python path is set in the environment variables, so that it is accessible to the AI SDK.

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Explorer ,
Jan 19, 2021 Jan 19, 2021

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Hi and thank you for a swift reply! That first part really helps (and typically not mentioned in the documentation). But the second part I'm not sure how to do really. (I'm an Xcode person, trying to migrate a plugin I'm working on to Windows.)

 

I'm not very familiar with Visual Studio (or Windows). I've tried to google where and how to set the python environment variables in VS 2017, but with no luck. My best guess is to add a path to the Project Property Pages -> Cofiguration Properties ->Debugging->Environment-> Edit..

But what to input and how is not very intuitive. And no luck this far unfortunately.

 

The path to my Visual Studio Python 2.7 installation is just C:\Python27

 

Am I on the right track?

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Jan 19, 2021 Jan 19, 2021

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I fiddled around a bit more and instead added the C:\Pyton27 path to VC++ Directories->Executable Directories

And now it compiles!

Thank you for your kind help. :^)

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