Thanks for all of your help, not harsh at all my freind.
The stadium in this example is pretty small (only 4k seats). That’s why we chose using it to develop the script. We are usually dealing with much larger seat counts, easily over 10-20k, in some cases around 50k. I would imagine that I would need to run the script by section or sections in that case.
I generally write a script several times before office-roll out. The redundancy is a result of this being a “draft” version, as I am brainstorming and developing concurrently. Also, I’m still pretty new to dynamo (been using grasshopper for several years) and this is among my first real dynamo scripts. Your admonishments are well received.
I will try running this tomorrow morning and let you know how it works.
Since it seemed that most of the issue is with dynamo/revit holding on to resources, and with the Rhynamo node, do you think that writing just the Rhynamo portion in python would solve the crashing issue? That’s something that I was planning to attempt, but I don’t know how to add the proper references in the python node, and therefore, I can’t call any Rhynamo methods in python. Looks like in design script you dont have to add any references.