Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Python scripting in Rhino OS X

There is a new pre-release Rhino OS X build available, Wenatchee 2010-03-08, with many new features, enhancements, and bug fixes. Including:


  • Rhino OS X now runs Python scripts. See this forum post for further information.
  • Various bug fixes.
Everyone is invited to download and use the OS X version of Rhino while it is in development.

Most of the core functionality has been ported from Windows and is very stable. There is still much to do to port the rest of the functionality and refine the interface.

We don't expect the first commercial release to be ready for at least a year. Don't worry if the build you are using is about to expire. New versions will be available every few weeks. There will be a newer one available before the expiration date.


Garito said...

How can I get and invitation, please?

I try to visit the last anchor in the post but it brings me to a sign in page. I try to join it but it ask me for the invitation

I'm very interested in interact with Rhino from a python program

Thanks a lot!

Bob McNeel said...


Visit if you are new to Rhino OS X.

Thom M. Boessel said...

I can't seem to find the python editor on the osx version I do have the latest build