I try to create some properties for custom primitives in property group classes and I want to access them from an operator in another
.py file to create primitives, but I get the following error:
AttributeError: 'tuple' object has no attribute 'base'
I'm trying to follow this advice:
class MyProps(PropertyGroup): ... # properties and stuff class ParentProps(PropertyGroup): # THIS WILL NOT WORK! MyProps _has_ to be registered at this point #foo = PointerProperty(type=MyProps) def register(): # 1) register property class bpy.utils.register_class(MyProps) # 2) add property (now it works) ParentProps.foo = PointerProperty(type=MyProps) # 3) register parent class bpy.utils.register_class(ParentProps)
Unfortunately I get another error:
ValueError: register_class(...): expected a class argument, not 'tuple'
The WIP code looks like this: http://www.pasteall.org/60602/python (line 1260).
The design idea is that operators should create primitives and set up their properties, but these properties should still be there to change it later.