I notice that the extension builder Eclipse plugin does not support After Effects. Currently I have a symlink from the CEP/extensions directory to my plugin and use a .debug file so that I can visit the debugger from a browser, but that's getting a bit old.
Is it possible to start After Effects from the command line with some switches to load with an extension in a particular location, opening the debugger window, like the Eclipse plugin does for some of the other applications?
You may want to check out this tool because it does support After Effects. (This is a 3rd party, unsupported, tool): http://bit.ly/QKWWYL
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