Looking to make sure that my Rhino projects are devoid of unnecessary elements.
On AutoCAD versions for many years, a project retained every deleted and purged item or drawing that was ever imported into it. This included items deleted from project space, block lists and inserted drawings, even those which had been purged. As I recall there was another level of deletion required even after purging to truly get rid of obsolete elements in a project’s database. Purging only removed them from the lists, but not from the project. This was a particular issue when a new CAD project began life as new copy of other projects in order to take advantage of a particular projects’ layer structure. CAD projects which started several building projects earlier began to accumulate elements from all previous projects hidden in their databases and became huge.
I’m looking to ensure this doesn’t happen in Rhino.