Hello - I’m trying to figure out the best process for handling change management on an interior design project. Right now my plan is to have a .dxf file be the ongoing system of record that will be managed in git, but then used sketchup to make modifications and export back to .dxf.
Right now I’m considering 2 processes for how to handle the work in sketchup.
- Each time I want to make a change: create an empty sketchup project, import the .dxf file, make the changes, and then export back to .dxf.
- Maintain a corresponding .skp file along with the .dxf file and then export the latest changes to the .dxf file before pushing back into git. This option runs the risk of changes existing in the .skp file that don’t get transferred into the .dxf file.
Any thoughts or input around this would be very much appreciated. Also any suggestions for how to approach change management from a different overall angle would also be welcomed.