deleting a shader node while keeping up and down connections?

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Old 06 June 2013   #1
deleting a shader node while keeping up and down connections?

Hey would anyone happen to know of a script, that deletes a node in hypershade, while keeping what it's plugged into? I have a file node, then a gamma correction node, then an actual shader. Deleting gamma breaks the connection and i have to rewire it by hand. I have quite a few files to go through to do it, and quite a few shaders within each file. Trying to automate. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 06 June 2013   #2
I have a file node, then a gamma correction node, then an actual shader. Deleting gamma breaks the connection and i have to rewire it by hand.


I don't quite understand, do you want the file node to automatically connect into the same input that the gamma node was plugged into? I'm assuming you are deleting the gamma nodes to use the file nodes built in colour management?
 
Old 06 June 2013   #3
Possibly something like this?


'''
delete selected nodes and pass incoming connections directly to destination
'''
import pymel.core as pm

def jgPassNode():
    
    nodes = pm.ls(sl=1, fl=1)

    if nodes:
        for n in nodes:
            sourceConn = pm.listConnections(n, p = 1, s=1, d=0)
            destConn = pm.listConnections(n, p=1, s=0, d=1)
                
            for s, d in zip(sourceConn, destConn):
                pm.connectAttr(s, d, f=1)
             
            pm.delete(n)
    else:
        print '_______Nothing Selected_______'
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