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A set of macros which send current buffer (file that is beeing worked
on) in Maya where it is evaluated. Now you do not have to copy/paste
text to script editor anymore since macros are taking care of it.
You have three options: Send to Maya - sends whole buffer to Maya and evaluates it Send Selected to Maya - sends only selected text to Maya and evaluates it
Source in Maya - sources current buffer in Maya (for large scripts)
Macros were created on Windows XP ( jEdit 4.3 pre 1 and Maya 7.0), but I think they sould work on Linux and Mac also.
Please see included instructions on how to set everything up.