Numpy for maya 2019

I have a couple questions releating to Numpy -

First : Has anyone built Numpy for Maya 2019 ? I have searched far and wide and have found no results as of yet. Only Maya 2018 <

Second : If I use functions from a Numpy lib or other module for a commercial or distributable plug-in, do those then also need to be included in the plugin distibution and is there an additional license for that.

Thanks

The numpy for Maya 2018 on Windows works for 2019. We’re using it at work.

Also, the numpy license is really short, pretty straightforward, and really permissive. I’m no lawyer, but what I see is, as long as you include that license text somewhere in your docs, you should be fine.

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Thanks tFox - All installed ! and good to know about the license.

While I’ve got you , - has getRawPoints() been removed entirely now ? It’s not accessible through python in 19 and has been removed from the C++ API docs as far as I can tell.
I’m looking for the fastest way to get data into numpy arrays.

Hmm, I haven’t used getRawPoints() in a while, so I didn’t even realize it was gone. That always seemed a bit hack-ish to me anyway. The module I wrote uses the more consistent get methods to do the IO.

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