pyRevit helps you quickly sketch out your automation and addon ideas, in whichever language that you are most comfortable with, inside the Revit environment and using its APIs. It also ships with an extensive set of powerful tools that showcase its capabilities as a development environment. Download and install pyRevit, launch Revit, and note the new pyRevit tab that includes these tools. pyRevit also ships with a handy CLI utility for customized configuration and deployment of your tools, and a telemetry server to monitor pyRevit usage across your teams.
pyRevit can help you
- Add a powerful set of free tools to your Revit workflows.
- Sketch out your automation ideas quickly in python
- Write your own Revit addons for Revit using python (IronPython or CPython), C#, VB.Net
- Distribute your tools (pyRevit, Dynamo, or Grasshopper) easily to your teams using a unified interface
- Share your tools with the community
Get Started Using pyRevit
↓ More guides are available here
Get Started Developing for pyRevit
↓ Read the pyRevit API reference to know everything about pyRevit available modules, functions, ...
↓ Read the docs to know everything about pyRevit scripts, extensions, ...
↓ pyRevit has a powerful command line utility
↓ And when you are ready to deploy your tools to your team
↓ Check out the blog for news
↓ And the future plans for pyRevit are laid out here
Dealing with Issues
↓ See the FAQ page for questions
↓ See the guide below on how to report new issues
↓ Get involved with the community of developers, creating tools with and for pyRevit
Share Your Passion
↓ Help making pyRevit better
Share Your Code
↓ Help making pyRevit core and tools better
Share Your Coins
↓ Help making pyRevit financially stronger
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