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Toke Jepsen
@tokejepsen
Ahh, ok. Not sure the docs are updated then. You'll need to run pype deploy first to get all the repositories
William Eguienta
@Kaiz3rTool
sounds good, it's work ! thanks @tokejepsen !
Toke Jepsen
@tokejepsen
Out of curiosity where did you get to in the docs?
Deployment is mentioned here; https://pype.club/docs/admin_install#deployment
William Eguienta
@Kaiz3rTool
i'm a couple of line before, at install step : https://pype.club/docs/admin_install#installation
so "pype" command doesn't work for now
Toke Jepsen
@tokejepsen
Could you post the commands you are going through?
cd ..
pype deploy
BTW there is a community Discord for Pype which might be catch more Pype developers attention; https://discord.gg/e93zbD
William Eguienta
@Kaiz3rTool
so far I've done in powershell :
cd volume\pype-setup
.\pype.bat - this was the crashing one
Toke Jepsen
@tokejepsen
You are on Mac?
William Eguienta
@Kaiz3rTool
no, on win10 (i've put volume to not put the long adress)
Milan Kolar
@mkolar
the best option is to use the tagged master branches for installation.
Toke Jepsen
@tokejepsen
2.10.1 is latest ?
Milan Kolar
@mkolar
yes
some repos might only have 2.10 if the hotfix didn't apply to them.
develop is currently getting ready for 3.0 release which will be quite a big overhaul of the installation and deployment, so it wouldn't count on that.
2.x/develop is where development for live 2.10+ releases happen at this point
Toke Jepsen
@tokejepsen
Heads up. The 2.10 tag on pype-setup does not reference 2.10 on the repos; https://github.com/pypeclub/pype-setup/blob/8ebe03fd1bf3225953767426d6a463184ea8aabe/deploy/deploy.json
Milan Kolar
@mkolar
heh yeah. We have deployment override at all client sites, so this deploy.json tends to be out of date a bit.
Toke Jepsen
@tokejepsen

@Kaiz3rTool

.\pype.bat - this was the crashing one

What is the crash message?

William Eguienta
@Kaiz3rTool
I can't see any 2.10.1, github shows 2.10.0
Toke Jepsen
@tokejepsen
The commands should be (I think)
cd \volume\pype-setup
pype install
pype deploy
William Eguienta
@Kaiz3rTool

@tokejepsen it was :
File "Z:\pype-setup\pypeapp\lib\mongo.py", line 89, in get_default_components
"URL for Mongo logging connection is not set."
pypeapp.lib.mongo.MongoEnvNotSet: URL for Mongo logging connection is not set.

but it's ok now with the config added as you suggested

Toke Jepsen
@tokejepsen
@Kaiz3rTool where are you stuck atm?
William Eguienta
@Kaiz3rTool
@tokejepsen at "pype install" that doesn't as powershell says it doesn't know that command, so i used ".\pype install" then it crash
Toke Jepsen
@tokejepsen
Crashed with the above message?
How did pype deploy go?
Think maybe the commands needs to be:
cd \volume\pype-setup
.\pype deploy
.\pype
William Eguienta
@Kaiz3rTool
it run then quite fastly (cant read what it says)
the error posted before was because of the missing config file
Toke Jepsen
@tokejepsen
Once its "deployed" you should have all the repos needed. Running .\pype should just start the pipeline (and possibly install the environment if needed)
William Eguienta
@Kaiz3rTool
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@tokejepsen i've reinstalled it from scratch with windows cmd instead of powershell, no errors this time but pype still not starting (no error message)
Toke Jepsen
@tokejepsen
And you are not getting the tray icon?
Try running in debug mode:
set PYPE_DEBUG=1
pype.bat tray --debug
William Eguienta
@Kaiz3rTool
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ok thanks, i see the problem, there is no tray file installed
the problem come from bad deploy
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Toke Jepsen
@tokejepsen
Have you tried deleting the repo and doing a deploy again?
William Eguienta
@Kaiz3rTool
@tokejepsen yes, many times, i moved the conversation in private to not spam the thread
David Lai
@davidlatwe
Hi @BigRoy , is Colorbleed already adopts USD in pipeline ? Looks like colorbleed-config is using multiverse.
I am currently trying to adopt it into ours, but versioning across usd layers seems to be tricky, unless you implement a custom ArResolver.
David Lai
@davidlatwe
Never mind, I'll add comments or questions in Avalon's issues. :)
Roy Nieterau
@BigRoy
@davidlatwe we have been running an in-house project beginning of this year yes. But! Yes... versioning and in particular the ArResolver seems crucial to supporting the flexible versioning and I never went down that alley at the time. We worked with some sort of "master versioning". Would love to get ArResolver up and running too.
How far are you currently with integrations?
David Lai
@davidlatwe
Still exploring USD features, like, I am currently looking at what role in pipeline would usdview could be if I am using it to not just viewing but editing or even sending renders.
As for ArResolver, we imaging that we could make one that read a pre-generated JSON file as a resolving context to resolve path. But not yet in implementation phase.
David Lai
@davidlatwe
Oh and, still not so sure about what kind of identifier would be a good start in Avalon, and not sure about how assetInfo would help (or could it ?) when resolving asset path.
Marcus Ottosson
@mottosso
Looks like an attack capable of hitting Avalon users is out-and-about, called Meow https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=23957510
Better put a password on those MongoDB instances
David Lai
@davidlatwe
:boom: