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    Idea Possible posting format upgrade for LISP and other code

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    Check out the fancy LISP code formatting at autolisp.com.br (great source for LISP knowledge). It matches the VLIDE code formatting and colors!

    http://www.autolisp.com.br/autolisp/...ewtopic&t=2721

    Would it be remotely possible to incorporate something like that at CADTutor?
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    is there a benefit to doing it that way?

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    yeh i think im missing something, doesnt really help much
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    Jeez, sorry I brought it up


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    Look, even the Vietnamese have it! (found while searching for someting else):
    http://www.cadviet.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=1793
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    Speaking neither vietnamese or whatever the first page was, the first question I would have is what software were those 2 forums using? We have vBulletin here, which may not have that functionality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CmdrDuh View Post
    Speaking neither vietnamese or whatever the first page was, the first question I would have is what software were those 2 forums using? We have vBulletin here, which may not have that functionality.
    That's basically what I'm wondering.

    Edit: The first one is in Portuguese, a Brazilian site that's been around a long time.
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    China forum! - why am I not surprised here?
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    There is a program to convert Lisp to Html. These days the program is updated to handle Visual Lisp files too. See here: http://www.afralisp.net/lisp/lsp2htlm.htm
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