Custom C plug-in works in 2018, not 2019 - where to put it?

You weren’t able to load it from the user path after rebuilding? Because SU actually looks in that path and it was loading the USD exporter when I tested it.

Aha! I see my mistake. I was missing a “SketchUp” in the path, i.e. I was trying:

~/Library/Application Support/SketchUp 2019/PlugIns/

but the right answer (which you wrote above, I misread it) is put it in:

~/Library/Application Support/SketchUp 2019/SketchUp/PlugIns/

Thanks for your patience. I will go update my README.md on my GitHub repo. This is a much more satisfying answer!

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I did the same thing when I was testing this out…

Glad to hear it works.

By the way, for the USD project, you could upload binary artifacts to the Release tab. That provide a nice history of the various releases in a single view.

Thanks, will do that.

REF: API Issue filed: https://github.com/SketchUp/api-issue-tracker/issues/316