Category Archives: SDK

Exposing the Core (part 2)

The release date of the upcoming 0.9.3 version is drawing nearer. Several format classes have already been exposed to Python and in this post I’m going to show you some code snippets. Since it’s impossible to demonstrate all format classes … Continue reading

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Exposing the Core (part 1)

The main feature of the upcoming 0.9.3 version of the Profiler is the expansion of the public SDK. This basically means that a consistent subset of the internal classes will be exposed. Although it’s a subset, there’s no way to … Continue reading

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Python SDK improvements

The upcoming 0.8.9 release of the Profiler improves integration with Python and the SDK exposes new functionality. Moreover, it lays down the groundwork needed to expand the SDK in the next releases. Documentation of the SDK has been included in … Continue reading

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Parameters & Settings

In the upcoming release of the Profiler (0.7.4) actions and scripts have a way to ask the user for parameters and settings: a new set of APIs featuring a property editor dialog. Here’s the complete code of the sample followed … Continue reading

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Python 3 SDK: actions & custom scripts

The new version 0.7.3 of the Cerbero Profiler features a powerful Python 3 SDK, which enables to run custom scripts and actions. Let’s first take a look at a simple script. Just press Ctrl+R (or “Execute action…” in the context … Continue reading

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