I currently have a collection of DLLs, one has the ACad interface stuff to abstract most development away from AutoCAD and another as the main application. My problem is I have the Main app autoloading but it doesn't actually start until I type in a command from my commands. Then it initializes my IExtensionApplication.
Is there anyway to go about doing that automatically so I don't have to run a command?
Open Acaddoc.lsp file (it must exists in the path that you installed your application)
and in the end of file write:
Save and close the file and that's it
Every time you opend AutoCAD it executes your dll's
It doesn't matters, if you put the following lines
in the file Acaddoc.lsp
When you're debugging your application from Visual Studio the command executes immediatly.
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