Outside syntax preference and familiarity are there reasons to migrate?
The advantage would be that you could talk to other applications at the same time as you can with VB, C# etc.
On windows, python has the ability to do VBScript.
If you want to do cross platform, win and mac, then python would be a *bad* choice as you would have to see if you can do AppleScript on the mac, not sure if there is a python module for that.
I'm learning python now and trying to wrap my head around what it is and then next what NOT to learn as it's so vast.
This is great Hal Long! I've been scripting for Photoshop with Python for a few months now using win32com.client. As a personal preference programming with Python has been so flexible and faster for me using the library extracted from ScriptingSupport.8li. This Python API you've created looks pretty flexible to.
but that only works on windows, this API allows mac users to plug into it too?
I'm afraid not, I just installed it and it seems it needs library "winreg" to work 😞