Autocomplete for developing Blender add-ons in the Eclipse IDE

The Eclipse IDE, like PyCharm, and Visual Studio Code, is one of the most popular IDEs for development, including Blender add-ons development. To improve the convenience of developing Blender add-ons in the Eclipse IDE, we can add an autocomplete to it – the code completion for the Blender Python API.

By the Pavel Geraskin tips.

Operators for globally hiding objects in all project scenes

To hide an object in the 3D Viewport window for the current scene we use the “object.hide_view_set” operator, which calls when we clicking the icon with an “eye” in the outliner. However, to hide the object in the viewport for all scenes of the project at once (clicking on the icon with the “monitor” image) a special operator is not provided. We can make it ourselves.