Hey again. Been enjoying my time with pyblish, I’ve got the hang of it enough to be able to turn around new publish functionality pretty quickly. I’ve been bringing a few new users up to speed and wanted to share a bit of their feedback.
The main thing is that debugging has been time consuming for those who are still learning the system. We’re using the pyblish-lite UI, and when things error, it doesn’t seem to provide a full stack trace, so it can be a bit of work to determine where exactly things are failing. Especially if an end user reports an error, since you can’t copy/paste from the UI. I’d like for the integrated logger to log to a file, I assume that would be pretty easy to do but wondering if anyone has set that up already or if there’s a preferred method.
Another request has been that the comment in the UI remember it’s value when you refresh. Currently if you try to publish and a validator fails, you lose your comment. Would be nice if it stayed, the same way the checkboxes are persistent for instances and plugins.