Note that this topic is now tracked at
https://developer.blender.org/T52274. Let's post any replies there and
keep things in one place.

Sybren


On 27/07/17 12:42, Levon wrote:
> Not sure if this is a bug, or im not using correctly, so thought ild email
> here before submitting a bug report
>
>
> Trying to import a number of alembic files using the following python code
>
> import os
>
> directory = *directory with alembic files*
> files = os.listdir(directory)
> print (files)
> for file in files:
>     bpy.ops.wm.alembic_import(filepath= directory + file )
>
> With files = ['alem1.abc', 'alem2.abc', 'alem3.abc', 'alem4.abc']
> each alembic file is just a duplicated Cube at a different location, and
> with a different name ( Cube.001, Cube.002 etc)
>
> What I get is only alem1.abc and alem4.abc being imported, however the
> console prints {'FINISHED'} for each file, 4 times.
>
>
> When i try the same script on a list of 30 larger alembic files, similarly,
> only the first and last files are imported.
>
> what I suspect is happening, the alembic importer doesn't block the blender
> interface, and trying to run the operator concurrently doesn't import the
> files
>
> Is there a better way of doing this? or is it a bug?
>
> Tested in blender Buildbot july 27th 5c963128ea2
>
> Thanks.
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