Issue creating RHI Python installer in rhino 7

Hi, I’d like to create a new installer for my Rhino.Python commands, For now i have 2 commands that work properly inside Rhino 7. I created the __plugin__.py where I put the 3 lines described here.

id="{11cab2e9-db32-4274-9d45-50917b9a1d97}"
version="1.0"
title="BatchRotate"

In my folder there are both commands, while BatchRotate is the name of just one of them. Can I zip the folder and rename it to Plugin.rhi anyway? Or should I make a plugin for each command? Also Should I zip the \Dev folder or the content of it? I tried with just the content and I get the error

03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Info	Start: rhiexec
					version 7.16.22067.13001
					64-bit
					unknown   10.0.19044.0
03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Info	arguments: 
					"C:\Users\Stefano\AppData\Roaming\McNeel\Rhinoceros\7.0\Plug-ins\PythonPlugins\Stefano_Plug-In (11cab2e9-db32-4274-9d45-50917b9a1d97)\dev\Plugin.rhi"
03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Info	Logging started: 2022/03/30 09:51:11
03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Debug	Unknown	InstallerDialog_Load starting	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Debug	Unknown	InstallerDialog_Load ending	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Debug	Unknown	ShowInitializationDialog starting	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Debug	Unknown	ShowPanel starting	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Debug	Unknown	SwapPanel starting	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Debug	Unknown	SwapPanel ending	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Debug	Unknown	ShowPanel ending	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Debug	Unknown	ShowInitializationDialog ending	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Info	Initializing	INIT START: 	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Info	Unknown	Package not recognized as Localization Package	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Info	Unknown	Found 0 plug-ins	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Info	Unknown	Recognized payload as Python plugin	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:11	6740	Info	Initializing	Initializing Installer	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:12	6740	Error	Exception: System.ArgumentException
					Message: Version string portion was too short or too long.
					Source: mscorlib
					StackTrace:    at System.Version.VersionResult.SetFailure(ParseFailureKind failure, String argument)
					   at System.Version.TryParseVersion(String version, VersionResult& result)
					   at System.Version.Parse(String input)
					   at System.Version..ctor(String version)
					   at RhiExec.PythonPluginInfo.LoadPluginPyFile(String plugin_py)
					   at RhiExec.PythonPluginInfo.Initialize(Package package)
					   at RhiExec.InstallerPythonPlugin.get_Plugin()
					   at RhiExec.InstallerPythonPlugin.Initialize(AsyncReporter progress)
					   at RhiExec.Engine.Engine.Init(String packagePath, AsyncReporter progress)
					   at System.Threading.Tasks.Task`1.InnerInvoke()
					   at System.Threading.Tasks.Task.Execute()
					--- End of stack trace from previous location where exception was thrown ---
					   at System.Runtime.ExceptionServices.ExceptionDispatchInfo.Throw()
					   at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TaskAwaiter.HandleNonSuccessAndDebuggerNotification(Task task)
					   at RhiExec.View.InstallerDialog.<InstallerDialogShown>d__3.MoveNext()
					
03/30/2022 09:51:12	6740	Debug	Unknown	ShowPanel starting	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:12	6740	Debug	Unknown	SwapPanel starting	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:12	6740	Debug	Unknown	SwapPanel ending	(0%)
03/30/2022 09:51:12	6740	Debug	Unknown	ShowPanel ending	(0%)

Here is screenshot of my folder with __plugin__.py open

Thank you to anyone who can help.

@will - is this something you can help with?

I would highly recommend writing your python scripts as normal scripts and use the script compiler that ships with Rhino to compile these scripts into a plug-in with commands. RHI is no longer the recommended approach to plug-in distribution. The script compiler will create an rhp and a yak package that can be published to the package manager. If you really want an rhi, you could use the rhp created by the script compiler.

Thank you, where can I find documentation to do what you say?

Create python scripts that run how you want them to with RunPythonScript.

The script compiler is located on the tools menu in Rhino. It helps build a project that you can place these python scripts into and then build a plug-in.

Thank you, I use it to create scripts, then turn them into commands. I would like to make a rhi plug in to pass my scripts to my less tech savvy colleagues. So they can just double click on The installer and get the commands.
Thank you again.