Custom IronPython Engine: pyRevit now includes a custom IronPython engine. This engine is NOT the default for this release, so we have a chance to get it tested, but it will be the default soon. All previous engines are still supported. The custom engine provides a solution to all the IronPython conflicts and import wpf errors hopefully. To use this, go to pyRevit settings and switch the IronPython engine under Core Settings to this new custom engine, or use the pyRevit CLI to attach using this engine pyrevit attach master default --installed
Standing on the bridge the pirate captain swore, implored, andthreatened as fast as he could shout. The conviction that the cruiserwas in danger was too firmly rooted in the minds of the seamen to beremoved by a torrent of almost incomprehensible words. Men began tomake a rush for the boats that had been transferred from the pseudoSteephill Castle, two of which hung in the davits on eitherquarter. The first boat was stove in against the ship's side, thesecond, crowded with men, was so heavy that directly the falls weremanned the laden craft took charge. The ropes slipped from the graspof the men who held them, and the boat with its living freight fellinto the sea.
As soon as the vessel had slowed down an examination of the damagecaused by the collision was made. The principal injury was to thebows, where the massive steel plating had been fractured and buckledfor a distance of twenty feet from the stem. The whole of thefore-peak was flooded; but the inrush of water was prevented frommaking its way aft by the water-tight bulkheads. Even the foremost ofthese was strained to such an extent that the doors let in aconsiderable quantity of water. As the cruiser slipped off the bergthe torrent of ice-laden sea that broke over her decks literallyswept everything removable as far as the base of the after tripodmast, while of the boats taken from the Steephill Castle only threeremained. The aftermost funnel, struck by a huge fragment of ice, hadbeen carried away, leaving a jagged ridge of steel projecting five orsix feet above the casings. This accounted for the loss of ten of thecrew; another thirty or forty had been swept away when theIndependencia had dipped beneath the waves, while several more wereseverely injured by the first concussion and the subsequent violentmotion of the stricken craft.
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