There have been a few discussions around this, a good one here:
this discussion on how to list packages and nodes in use in a graph, I thought it could be a good idea to share here what I have tried so far - from what was initially shared by ScubaMan - and see if any improvement could be proposed. For the moment, the graph should list the paths of custom nodes, where the names of the packages can be found, but I have still no idea how to identify which packages the Zero Touch nodes belong to. Any idea, link or contribution are welcome…
This is where I was inspired to create my node, but others like
@Yna_Db have done some awesome work around this.
@truevis has a great website node search project underway here also:
I think it definitely needs to include ZeroTouch nodes as a lot of packages are made with these. I would also suggest to perhaps work your way down the package manager list with the number of downloads being considered as this would include packages that users rely on frequently, and not just the ones the uploader had installed at the time.
Also, this website only offers search? Would there be a way to allow for menus like
https://dynamonodes.com/ has been doing for a while?
@john_pierson has the awesome What-The-Node custom package.
When opening up scripts on other PC’s that don’t have the custom node family packages installed, how can I tell what packages they come from? aside from googling the name of the node (which doesnt always work) cant there be a better way? Am i missing something?
thanks forum responses.