I wanted to run the Rhino.Inside Revit with the new Rhino 7 release version but it doesn’t seem to work.
When I open Revit and click the Rhino toolbar icon a couple GH errors pop up saying e.g. "The CurveComponents Component Library was built against a different major version of the Grasshopper SDK: LocalSDK = 6.3.18090.471 Referenced SDK = 7.0.20314.3001. As a result most of the GH features are missing when I activate it with the Grasshopper toolbar icon and it seems to be an old version (1.0.0005) as well (no idea where it gets this version, I couldn’t find it on the computer).
When I open Rhino with the Revit toolbar icon and manually start GH with the Grasshopper command inside it everything seems to start up well (1.0.0007) but there is no Rhino.Inside components so I assume this is not the correct way of doing this either.
So I assume this error comes from Rhino.Inside still being based on Rhino 7 WIP (6.x)?
Are you going to release a Rhino 7 release version installer soon?
Rhino.Inside Revit: 0.0.7628.14364
Revit: 2019.0 (20180216_1515)
It seams Rhino 7 is loading Grasshopper for Rhino 6 when loaded inside Revit.
Is that possible?
If you load Rhino in Revit and go to the Rhino Options dialog at the PlugIns list you will found Grasshopper.
Please check the Grasshopper version from there and the path where it is loaded from.
i can’t switch a rhino cube to revit with rhino inside, i don’t understand how? the cube is made on rhino 7, and i want to make it passed to volume category on revit, do you have any examples of grasshopper file type i should do?