The releases contain both the Speckle Grasshopper Clients as well as the Speckle User Data Utils (more to come).
Head over to Github.
If you want to grab a specific version, feel free. Nevertheless, it usually best to download the latest version (ie highest release number).
This tutorial was written early. So there’s just the
0.0.2 release. Go ahead and click on the folder. Inside you will find a
zip file. Click on it and then select “download” from the top right button.
Close Rhino and Grasshopper if you have them running by any chance.
Unzip the downloaded zip and copy and paste the two folders in the Grasshopper components folder:
PS: Always delete previous speckle versions.
Make sure that all
gha files are not in the root folder (
\Libraries). They should be all nicely cuddling each other in their own folders.
Not like this, ok? Different plugins use different dependency versions and this is one sure way to get errors.
Fire Rhino and Grasshopper up. The Speckle Components should appear in their own tab, called
Speckle. Wow! Smooth sailing so far.
When you will first drag a Speckle Sender or Speckle Receiver component to the canvas, a dialog will ask you to create an account (or use an existing one).
Since I’m assuming you are a new user, let’s go ahead and make a new one:
https://server.speckle.worksor, if you deployed your own, your ip/url address.
Click register, and voila! You should be up and running. Next time you will create a Sender or Receiver, you will be able to select from a previously used account.
I’ve been testing quite a bit, as such there’s a few of them in there. Okay, that’s it.