AEScripts licensing framework

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Cad
Posts: 3
Joined: October 6th, 2020, 2:44 pm

Hi all!

I have finished to write my first extension for Premiere Pro and now i'm stuck trying implementing the aescripts.com licensing framework.
I know this is an AE forum, but i think that the argument can be useful also for AE.

I'm not a professional coder, so i'm not skilled with things that required external tools/library/ecc

I'm on windows 10 and these are the instruction where i get stuck:


Setup everything for development (just needs to be done once).
Update to a recent-ish version of nodejs

From a terminal (or msysgit window in Windows) make sure you're running a recent-ish version of
node.js. Note, if you don't have wget you can get it through homebrew (https://brew.sh)

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$ wget -qO- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/creationix/nvm/v0.30.2/install.sh
| bash
$ nvm install node

Restart your terminal

Update to a recent-ish version of npm and gulp

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$ sudo npm install npm -g
$ sudo npm install gulp -g

This is what i tried to do:

1 - I downloaded msysgit for windows (from https://gitforwindows.org/ ) and installed it with default setting.
2 - I launched it (Git Bash) and typed the command line found on https://brew.sh -> /bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homeb ... install.sh)"
3 - Msysgit return me the error "No such file or directory". I triple-checked the command, i typed it correctly.
4 - I tried to skip this step and then i downloaded wget setup ( https://sourceforge.net/projects/gnuwin32/ ).
5 - Typed the command on your docs, but returned "wget: command not found".

I don't know nothing about linux command line..

Hope that someone can help me!
Thank you!

Cad
Posts: 3
Joined: October 6th, 2020, 2:44 pm

Ok, i have installed all the required stuff, finally.
But now, the last problem is...i can't understand how to implement the licensing framework into my script.

I think a good way to proceed, is to ask to someone if he can do a videotutorial about the implementation, under payment.
My script is not complicated, just have 1 .js and 1 .jsx

I'm wasting a lot of weeks only to understand this thing.

If anyone is interested, PM me and make a payment proposal.
Thank you

SqBrain
Posts: 1
Joined: January 22nd, 2020, 8:20 am

Cad wrote:
October 17th, 2020, 11:15 am

Ok, i have installed all the required stuff, finally.
But now, the last problem is...i can't understand how to implement the licensing framework into my script.

I think a good way to proceed, is to ask to someone if he can do a videotutorial about the implementation, under payment.
My script is not complicated, just have 1 .js and 1 .jsx

I'm wasting a lot of weeks only to understand this thing.

If anyone is interested, PM me and make a payment proposal.
Thank you

Hello! If you intent to sell your extention on aescripts.com, what the problem to ask Lloyd Alvarez himself? As I know, he always ready to willingly help authors with such questions, espetially with license framework. Just ask him, I doubt that anybody but him could help you better.

Cad
Posts: 3
Joined: October 6th, 2020, 2:44 pm

SqBrain wrote:
October 22nd, 2020, 6:28 am

Hello! If you intent to sell your extention on aescripts.com, what the problem to ask Lloyd Alvarez himself? As I know, he always ready to willingly help authors with such questions, espetially with license framework. Just ask him, I doubt that anybody but him could help you better.

Hi! I tried to ask him, but he couldn't help me. So, I asked Mathias Mohl, the developer of the framework .. he helped me solve the problem (it was a bit complicated for an inexperienced programmer). Obviously, some conversion bugs appeared with the most recent java operators, which he then solved.
He was very kind and helpful! (also Lloyd was helpful for the other things )

Now the extension is live on aescripts!

Thanks for the reply :)

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