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I think you would be better off using the COM interface. yes, i think "using the com interface" is a good method. Can you give me a closer description of how to use it? thanks. Here is an example of how to work with Intellicad’s com interface via C++ #include "stdafx.h" #include "atlbase.h" #includ...

The new alpha

When can we play :D
Does anyone know if the release will be compiled with VS2005 or 08?
Does anyone know what version of the DRX SDK will be used?

I just can’t wait any longer :P :lol:

Both C and C++ use the same method of attaching Xdata to an object. What you’re doing is sending lisp string to be evaluated. You can send the DXF values directly. Here is a sample, but provides no error checking. int Test(void) { struct sds_resbuf *entlist = NULL; sds_regapp("TEST"); sds_point poin...

I haven’t forgotten about you. I ran into issues with forms not working correctly with certain functions, such as GetPoint(). Once I get this solved I will let you all know. I am also considering making this an open source project and posting the source on one of the open source sites.
Dan

Right, because even your circles are Arcs, so you would get two pierce points for each hole. The way I see it is, you need to define what entities are a shape by either marking each entity with XData or by having each entity belong to a collection (A Group , or Block). Since your laser cutter is pro...

Well what do you know it worked, my .NET wrappers for SDS also seem to work with Intellicad’s new 6.4 object model, I was able to draw a line using this code. Kewl! C# !! //intellicad com [CommandMethod("Test")] public static void Test1() { try { IntelliCAD.Application application = (IntelliCAD.Appl...

You could do “all” but you might pickup unwanted items. Else you could just add the names to the selection set i.e (defun c:pexpxl (/ en fil fname) (setq fname (getfiled "Select Excell file" "" "xls" 1)) (setq fil (open fname "w")) (write-line "Object\tPerimeter" fil) (foreach en (pxl:getlength) (wr...

Hard to say, It shouldn’t be because of your Excel version. Make sure you have .NET 2.0 installed, Make sure the .dll is loaded make sure the file Exists ie c:\\test.xls run this at the prompt (sdsado "c:\\test.xls;extended properties=excel 8.0;" "create table table1 (name varchar, address varchar, ...

Just having a little fun, I was unable to create a new workbook via SQL, although this could be hard coded into the dll. This does work, it will create a new sheet as defined by TableName.... it’s probably not what your after, it’s more for doing queries and such ;(SDSADO "C:\\test.xls;Extended Prop...

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