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Message 21 of 22 (64 Views)

Re: Visual Studio 2005 Beta

08-19-2005 06:30 AM in reply to: *AlmightySR
DId you notice the nifty new dotnet dlls for ADT 2006? I was checking out the help file directory and found the help files for them.

AecArchMgd.dll, AecBaseMgd.dll, AecPropDataMgd.dll and
AecStructureMgd.dll.

I was actually able to create an Amodler cube and a sphere, union them together and then create a mass element from it.
Great stuff!

Chris Arps
*David Kurtz
Message 22 of 22 (64 Views)

Re: Visual Studio 2005 Beta

08-26-2005 04:12 PM in reply to: *AlmightySR
CArps wrote:
> DId you notice the nifty new dotnet dlls for ADT 2006? I was checking out the help file directory and found the help files for them.
>
> AecArchMgd.dll, AecBaseMgd.dll, AecPropDataMgd.dll and
> AecStructureMgd.dll.
>
> I was actually able to create an Amodler cube and a sphere, union them together and then create a mass element from it.
> Great stuff!
>
> Chris Arps

I've just begun to do .NET stuff and work through some simple labs that
a kind soul post here. They used some of the above DLL's as References.

I'm still trying to come out of *nix land programming. Acad/ADT is the
only interesting thing I can convince myself to work on. So the going is
slow learning all the .NET/Manged code vs ARX vs ActiveX.


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David Kurtz
Peckham & Wright Architects, Inc.
Columbia, Missouri

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