I am reading blocks from the rhino document, modify them and write them back to rhino using elefront and human.
however, although the names of the blocks that are written from GH to Rhino are identical to the ones that are initially read from Rhino, I end up with more and more blocks piling up in the BlockManager.
so they are not “replaced” but saved under a version with an higher number appended to the end.
how can this be avoided, or do you know a way to delete the blocks from within GH after their content has been read into GH?
I found this, but my scripting is not at a level that I could pack it into a GH node…
maybe someone has clue, would be great