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Re: ProgeCAD LT 2006
« Reply #30 on: October 12, 2005, 10:16:29 AM »
entmake = yes
xdata = yes
dictionaries = yes
ssget filtering = yes
mapcar = yes
lambda = yes
apply = yes
atoms-family = yes

Thanks Mr. T! I assume it's just vanilla (no vl* stuff), but maybe I'm too pessimistic. Anything in that dept Mark?
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Re: ProgeCAD LT 2006
« Reply #31 on: October 12, 2005, 10:17:41 AM »
It is good [just that].

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Re: ProgeCAD LT 2006
« Reply #32 on: October 12, 2005, 11:13:34 AM »
Thanks Mr. T! I assume it's just vanilla (no vl* stuff), but maybe I'm too pessimistic. Anything in that dept Mark?

Nope, no vl- stuff. The SDS sounds pretty cool though.
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SDS communicates with the user and BricsCad via LISP (akin to the way that ADS works with AutoLISP® and other CAD systems). However, SDS greatly augments the capabilities found in LISP with a much more powerful command base that can also access the operating system. This allows you to create even more sophisticated custom solutions. And, because SDS applications are compiled, they are typically faster than LISP applications.

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Re: ProgeCAD LT 2006
« Reply #33 on: October 12, 2005, 11:18:29 AM »
Thanks Mr. T! I assume it's just vanilla (no vl* stuff), but maybe I'm too pessimistic. Anything in that dept Mark?

Nope, no vl- stuff. The SDS sounds pretty cool though.
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SDS communicates with the user and BricsCad via LISP (akin to the way that ADS works with AutoLISP® and other CAD systems). However, SDS greatly augments the capabilities found in LISP with a much more powerful command base that can also access the operating system. This allows you to create even more sophisticated custom solutions. And, because SDS applications are compiled, they are typically faster than LISP applications.


Yes, I still use ADS, actually arqcom [a company I work as a consultant] bought the license of the core code of intellicad, we tried to introduce civilcad into their engine as civilcad plus, but at the end... the project was abandoned, all the code was translated to work and run into bricscad engine....

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Re: ProgeCAD LT 2006
« Reply #34 on: October 12, 2005, 11:28:04 AM »
Nope, no vl- stuff. The SDS sounds pretty cool though.
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SDS communicates with the user and BricsCad via LISP (akin to the way that ADS works with AutoLISP® and other CAD systems). However, SDS greatly augments the capabilities found in LISP with a much more powerful command base that can also access the operating system. This allows you to create even more sophisticated custom solutions. And, because SDS applications are compiled, they are typically faster than LISP applications.

Definitely interesting, thanks for that note Mark.
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Re: ProgeCAD LT 2006
« Reply #35 on: October 12, 2005, 11:28:46 AM »
Yes, I still use ADS, actually arqcom [a company I work as a consultant] bought the license of the core code of intellicad, we tried to introduce civilcad into their engine as civilcad plus, but at the end... the project was abandoned, all the code was translated to work and run into bricscad engine ...

Definitely interesting #2, thanks Luis.

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Re: ProgeCAD LT 2006
« Reply #36 on: October 12, 2005, 07:47:49 PM »
While I am by NO means an expert on c/c++ I believe that sds can be compiled with almost any compiler and run ... unlike arx

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Re: ProgeCAD LT 2006
« Reply #37 on: October 12, 2005, 08:04:48 PM »
The example they give with the install is in .dll form. The header file for sds was not found in the install, of course that's probably on purpose. My standard install of Mingw has all the other header files so I'm guessing your right Swift.
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Re: ProgeCAD LT 2006
« Reply #38 on: October 19, 2005, 09:26:31 PM »
Ok, I've been looking on the internet and I've come up with 4 main versions of IntelliCAD.

These are 4M, BRICSCAD, PROGECAD and CADOPIA.

Prices are all much of a sameness only about £100 from lowest to highest.

My problem comes about now I have to recommend one, I'm swaying towards progecad, but I'm worried about it's stability.

Anyone have any recommendations about which one to use, and why it's better.

I also am an information seeker. Does anyone know if there is a raster image manipulation add in, similar to ACAD's CadOverlay, that will work with any or all of these?

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Re: ProgeCAD LT 2006
« Reply #39 on: October 20, 2005, 03:55:33 PM »
There is another version of IntelliCAD at Cad Manufacturing Solutions CMS web site http://www.intellicadms.com/

All the versions of IntelliCAD are supplied from the IntelliCAD Technology Consortium ITC and most of the sellers add something different to their version.

The free download includes Lisp, SDS etc.

The Pro versions add VBA and Raster Images.

The Pro+ versions add ASIS Solids.

I trust this helps.

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Re: ProgeCAD LT 2006
« Reply #40 on: December 07, 2005, 11:26:44 AM »
http://www.autodsys.com/ one more to consider