Use lisp-file for banks in qcad

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Use lisp-file for banks in qcad

Post by dilasso » Tue Apr 01, 2014 3:18 pm


i have a lisp file for quickly drawing banks (embarkments or whatever the english word for Böschung is ;-) ) which i would love to use in QCAD (see attached). As i`m a landscapearchitect I use banks very often. Is there a way to use .lsp-files in Qcad or how can I have a similar function/script (as a no-programming-user).

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Re: Use lisp-file for banks in qcad

Post by andrew » Wed Apr 02, 2014 8:37 am

QCAD does not have a Lisp interface.

Such extensions and new tools for QCAD can be easily developed in JavaScript - either as tools or as script part library items. If you can post a screenshot or DXF file that demonstrates the scripts abilities, I can tell you how much effort that would be.

I also frequently develop custom tools for customers, please contact me if you are interested.

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