Modifies operator bundles.
opbop [-v] bundle_pattern set|add|remove|filter|lock|unlock
Set the contents of the bundle(s) to be the list of nodes.
Add the specified nodes to the contents of the bundle.
Remove the specified nodes from the bundle.
Set the filter of the operator. This makes the bundle able
to contain only specific types of operators.
opbfilters to get a list of valid filter values. Also,
if no filter name is provided, the list of available filters
will be printed.
Lock a bundle so Houdini does not automatically add/remove
nodes. You can still modify the bundle’s contents manually.
That is, when a bundle is locked, its contents only change
when the user explicitly adds or removes nodes (via the
add/remove option of
opbop or through the bundle pane
All bundles are locked when they are created.
Unlock a bundle so Houdini can automatically add/remove
operators that match the bundle filter.
That is, when a bundle is unlocked, Houdini will change its
contents as nodes that match the filter are created or
deleted. For example, if the user creates a Light object,
Houdini will automatically add it to any unlocked bundles
that allow Light objects.
Sets the pattern for a bundle. This turns the normal bundle into a
smart bundle (if it was not already). The bundle contents will
consist of nodes whose names (or path) match the pattern. If the
string_pattern is not specified, the bundle pattern is reset, and
the bundle is converted into a normal bundle.
(Verbose) Print information about set/add/remove operations.