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 </p><p>Hpi uses hsi, so it can deal with all data types wrapped with hsi and call all their methods.
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 <h3> <span class="mw-headline" id="Limitations"> Limitations </span></h3>
-<p>Currently this functionality is available in varied degrees only in Linux and Windows.
-</p><p>Currently there is no feedback from the plugin apart from it's success or failure, which is communicated in a dialog.  If you're on Linux, you can start Hugin from the command line and switch to the window you started it from while the plugin is running.  You'll see any console output it may produce.  The effect of the plugin manifests itself after the plugin's termination.  While the plugin runs, Hugin will not respond.  If the plugin's effect is undesirable you should be able to return to the previous state by using undo.
+<p>Currently this functionality is available in varied degrees only in FreeBSD, Linux and Windows.
+</p><p>Currently there is no feedback from the plugin apart from its success or failure, which is communicated in a dialog.  If you are using FreeBSD or Linux, you can start Hugin from the command line and switch to the window you started it from while the plugin is running.  You'll see any console output it may produce.  The effect of the plugin manifests itself after the plugin's termination.  While the plugin runs, Hugin will not respond.  If the plugin's effect is undesirable you should be able to return to the previous state by using undo.
 </p><p>If you are using plugins that have been designed to also work as standalone Python programs, you can pass parameters to them on the command line.  If called from Hugin, no parametrization is possible, apart from modifying the Python code, using an .ini file, as demonstrated with woa.py, or taking input via GUI elements, as demonstrated in crop_cp.py, which will only succeed on Linux currently.
-</p><p><br />
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 <h2> <span class="mw-headline" id="HSI"> HSI </span></h2>
 <p>HSI is an extension of Python.  Import the hsi module and access Hugin functionality from your scripts.
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