I have added several .DLL's to the Toolbox and am wondering if it is possible to add and use Lisp routines via the Toolbox.
I currently have my frequently used Lisps on a tool palette (I don't necessarily want or need to have them load on startup)
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Add a new tool as you would for a dll.
For the Execute Type choose CMD instead of .NET
For Macro Name put -
(load "C:\\Users\\Andrew\\Desktop\\c1") CAT
where "C:\\Temp\\c1" is the path and name of the lisp file, and CAT is the command name in the LISP file to run. C:\Temp is the path and c1 is the lisp file without the .lsp extension. Don't forget the double backslash in the path name to satisfy lisp convention.
Thanks - that works well
Is anyone aware of a command, a report or program that allows me to generate a report that includes the following:
Station of the sample line
And lifting of all cut points along the surface of tin shows
Basically, just a report containing the same information is represented in a sectional view when the sample surface. Note that I am interested in the surface consists of numerous survey items that are not necessarily at the station. The surface is not generated from the characteristic lines.
Good to know that.
More details are available in Civil 3D help file -
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