I was wondering if it is possible to export the list of packages installed via the package manager and use that list on another machine to install, very much like Python’s
pip freeze. I would need such functionality to transfer a list of installed plug-ins to the IT department of our university. Unfortunately Custom Package Repositories is not a viable option for me.
Furthermore, I am having trouble using YAK while still having to use Rhino6 and Rhino7 both on the same machine. After installing packages via YAK I’m getting the duplicate package error when starting GH in RH7. When I remove the package from
\AppData\Roaming\Grasshopper\Libraries\ folder and leave it in
\AppData\Roaming\McNeel\Rhinoceros\packages\7.0\, it is obviously not available anymore in RH6. On my local machine I am symlinking from
\AppData\Roaming\McNeel\Rhinoceros\packages\7.0\. This works for me, but it is impossible to explain to students. Any better (easier) ideas?
The symlink works only for RH6, since with RH7 GH loading I get the duplicate issue again. I had to remove it. Is there any other way to use YAK with a RH6/7 dual install?
Thanks for reading this far.