SUMMARYThis article explains the compatibility of Nuke Developer Kit (NDK) plug-ins between different versions of Nuke, and when NDK plug-ins will need to be recompiled.
The NDK is Nuke's low level C++ API. It lets Nuke developers build everything from image process operators, to Deep ops and custom op types. Since the API exports C++ symbols, it changes between major and minor Nuke releases. As such, it often requires recompilation of derived operators.
Although Nuke 13.1v1 still has a 'Nuke 13' name, there are enough changes under the hood that, in terms of Nuke's NDK plug-in API, it is a new major version compared to 13.0. In the same way that plug-ins for Nuke 13.0 needed recompiling for Nuke 13.1 releases, your C++ plug-ins for Nuke 13.1 will need to be recompiled against the Nuke 13.2v1 NDK in order for them to work in Nuke 13.2v1.
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