All posts tagged C++

Comparing View Templates in Dynamo

I have been working with HCM and Jordan Billingsley on a little Dynamo Script for comparing View Templates in Revit. The idea was to identify which View Templates could be […]

how to maintain Revit plugins for multiple versions continued…

Obviously, I wrote about this topic some time ago. Here’s the original post: Post. Basically, the issue was that I needed to maintain multiple versions of my Revit plugin, to […]

creating curtain wall plans/elevations pt2

Oh boy. Dimensions. That one is fun. So I promised to turn this into a series of posts, and series it is. Mostly because there is a lot to talk […]

creating curtain wall plans/elevations

I am not sure this would be useful for anybody, but some time ago, I was tasked with creating floor plans and elevations for each interior curtain wall partition. The […]

debugging WPF data bindings

So, this was actually a question recently asked by another Bad Monkey getting their feet wet with WPF. The question was: How the hell do you debug data binding issues […]

playing with Power Shell commands and Post Build events.

So I have been working recently on making the Mission Control (MC) repository, a little more developer/user friendly. I am saying “user” as I am considering developers to really be […]

encapsulating addins with costura.fody

  OK, so I think I got a little ahead of myself here. Costura.Fody is great, but the issue of conflicting assemblies persists. I did some more testing on different […]

size matters…or so I was told

I have recently been looking into obtaining file size for a Revit project. It’s one of these file size tracking dashboards that everyone seems to have handy these days that […]

debugging revit add-ins

Ok, so I always hear people complain, that writing Revit Addins is horrible because it takes forever to debug them. You know, that spiel about having to restart Revit, every […]