Can you please guide me to the answers to these questions?
Is there a way to view multiple commits & branches on the web app’s viewer?
Is there a way to compare commits and branches?
I am wondering if it is feasible to have Speckle maintain a latest version of (all/selected) objects from live models in various BIM software on a project. Would it be possible to automate this? This can be kept on the Speckle server or stored in a database (relational or non). I read in the documentation that the storing of data can be programmed using “Transport”. But how efficient would that be as all objects would need to be converted and committed every time, before a comparison occurs on the server side.
I am understanding that Speckle is perhaps designed at the moment for committing objects for interoperability and collaboration at a finite point in time, rather than to aggregate information?
Thanks for the help, I am still trying to understand the different use cases for Speckle for our firm.
Thanks that looks great! Is there answer to the 3rd point of the original post, maintain a latest version of (all/selected) objects? Overlaying commits is a great start, but if I have an object that I commit to a stream, and later modify it or delete it, I don’t want to see the original configuration.
I would like to see the latest version of all the objects in my stream so I can use the speckle data for structural analysis on my braced frame, but when I overlay the commits, I see the braces in both the old configuration and the new configuration.