I hope I'm not spawning a duplicate discussion thread; I did some searching around, but couldn't find anything.
I'm wondering if there has been any discussion about allowing multiple config files to be used to build a single runtime configuration by layering multiple (possibly sparse) definitions on disk. Similar to the PATH environment variable, the final configuration would be built from the "bottom" of the OCIO variable's path list up, allowing files of higher precedence to replace existing definitions within the configuration (to facilitate overrides), as well as add items to it. One goal of this would be to make it easy to propagate changes to "static" pieces of a core OCIO configuration across many shows.
How are people currently handling the possibility of changes to what might be considered the "core" of your OCIO configuration? One option seems to be to have the build script for each show's configuration load a "baseline" config and then amend it or replace certain items (assuming this is possible)...
Thanks for any thoughts,