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shirazbj

no problem now. tried to write a plugin with c# express. all good. cool.

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shirazbj

Can also code with vb.net express 2010. Just need to target .net 3.5.

Here is my HelloWorld plugin code and screen shot after running my new command.

 

Imports System.Collections.Generic
Imports System.Linq
Imports System.Text

Imports Teigha.DatabaseServices
Imports Teigha.Runtime
Imports Teigha.Geometry
Imports HostMgd.ApplicationServices
Imports HostMgd.EditorInput
Imports HostMgd.Windows

Imports Platform = HostMgd
Imports PlatformDb = Teigha

Namespace bjVBnanoCAD
   Public Class Class1
       <CommandMethod("HelloWorld")> _
       Public Sub bjHelloWorld()
           Dim ed As Editor = Platform.ApplicationServices.Application.DocumentManager.MdiActiveDocument.Editor
           ' Print message to command line
           ed.WriteMessage("Hello nanoCAD plugin with vb.net express 2010.")
       End Sub
   End Class
End Namespace


 

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dedmin
Haha, no you're good. It is the one thing that will tie me to at least AutoCAD LT always. No other CAD application I've found or heard of has something like it. I sure would love for someone to prove me wrong though.

 

Let me be the first:D - check out ZWCAD.

IMHO the best AutoCAD alternative - http://www.zwsoft.com/en/products/zwcad.html#!tab=2

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nivek

latest version of bricscad (500$) (may2012) bricksys.com

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ISL
The lack of LISP is probably the key omission and this seems strange considering their aim to attract developers.

 

LISP support (beta) is now available for registered developers. We have released nanoCAD Eng 4.0 Beta1, it can be downloaded in the nanoCAD Developers' Club.

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cadvision
LISP support (beta) is now available for registered developers. We have released nanoCAD Eng 4.0 Beta1, it can be downloaded in the nanoCAD Developers' Club.

 

Good. Lisp is more a user tool than a developer language. I think most company developers are using newer toolsets. Visp inclusion is great for the end users, as there is so much of it out in the PD

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