I am trying to simplify my office’s future workload for maintenance with some tools I’ve developed specifically in case I ever leave my office for greener pastures.
I want to keep my code as separate from anything they will have to update in the future so I have a yaml file called “release_year_bundle.yaml” that only contains the min_revit_version and max_revit_version values. My current method limits my yaml file to just the release year data and then having to code the other info into my script.
I would like to keep this bundle file this simple so that:
- It makes updating the release year as simple as updating 1 file and coping it to all the other folders
- It keeps the all the other code safe while they update this every year
Is there a way to have 2 yaml files?
• Making 2 yaml files (Didn’t read the second yaml file)
• importing a realease_year.py file with the correct values (Throws an ‘string mangled’ error on Revit loading that is unsightly but otherwise seems to work)