The Plugins Nodes appear once a Logic Plugin is activated. This process will be described in detail. They allow users to customize their Logic.

Logic Plugins allow the user to add their own customized Nodes to their Projects, expanding the capabilities of Incari. Below is just one example which ultimately provides one Node at the end of the process.


The example Logic Plugin is shipped with Incari and includes one Node: the Scale Vector Node. This Node appears after a particular process. The user requires access to the Windows PowerShell and the folder in which their Incari Studio appears, along with all its files. The user will also need to install CMake and make sure it is added to PATH upon installation.

After clicking on the Incari Studio folder, its files should look something like this:

Locate the PluginExample folder within the sdk folder. If you do not have administrative privileges, copy that to a folder where you have all permissions, such as Documents.

This is necessary if the user does not have permission to write to C:/Program Files. If the user has administrative rights and can use these when using the Windows PowerShell (more on that below), they do not have to copy anything over to Documents (or some other folder where they have permissions) and can follow this process in place. Similarly, if Incari Studio was installed somewhere that a non-administrative user has rights to, like the Documents folder, everything can be done in place as well.

Once that is done, open the Windows PowerShell and choose the file path pointing to the PluginExample\build in Documents (or the folder where the files were copied to) as directory. This can be done by using the command cd <directory>, where <directory> is the location of the build folder.

Next, the user must use the following command:

cmake .. -G "Visual Studio 17 2022" -A x64 -DINCARI_DIR="<file-path>"

Here, copy everything exactly and replace <file-path> with the installation path of Incari Studio. This will likely be in the Program Files folder on your Windows device.

The resulting output of the above command is as follows:

The second crucial command to run is:

cmake --build . --config Release

When this command has finished running, the user can check back in the PluginExample folder that everything executed properly.

The contents of the output folder (plugins) needs to be copied into the installation folder of the user's Incari Studio. Please note that elevated rights might be required to do so (depending on the actual installation path).

Now it's time to open Incari Studio. When it's up and running, the user can check that the Plugins and the Logic Editor have the new data created during the previous process.

Following this process, the user will have successfully added the example Plugin to Incari. This Plugin includes the Scale Vector Node


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