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6.1 Pure python applications

For a standard python application, you probably will not need more than one EditingContext, containing all your objects. Typically, you will delegate the building and servicing for that application-wide EditingContext to some central manager all your objects/widgets/whatever we have access to.

Additionally, you'll maybe need from time to time to create a child EditingContext, for example if you need to make some changes and processing in a pop-up window and want to propose a 'Cancel' button at any point of the process. See chapter 5 for details.

Python ''batches'':

if you're designing python scripts that fetch and manipulate a lot of objects, please also read section 4.7 that gives valuable details about finalization of an EditingContext.

Comments are welcome: Sebastien Bigaret / Modeling Home Page
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