Take a look at the thread entitled AutoCAD Protected LISP file a little
earlier in this NG. Also, be aware that your question typically does not
receive too warm a response from this group. If you need to unprotect
something, you obviously do not have rights to the source code. It would
probably be easier (and most certainly more ethical) to ask for help with
your problem rather than plagiarizing someone else's solution.
Do you allow this sort of thing to remain on the server?
TRONCOSOFT wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>...
>Please first look the answaers to other questions, before ask again.
>Look for AUTODC.EXE (10,9 KB) in mesage:
>R: AutoCAD PROTECTED LISP file by gruppo_sd
> 08 de noviembre de 1999 16:12
>In this News forum.
>Good Luck !!
>J.C.Troncoso. TRONCOSOFT. University of Vigo (Spain)
>Mauricio Ritzmann escribió en mensaje
>>I´m trying to figure out how to unprotect lisp files protected with
I'm still seeing this whole thread (How to unprotect lisp files?), and I
have cleared my cache.
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Anne Brown wrote in message <382C4146.74756F6D@autodesk.com>...
>This was removed from the server on the 8th. If you are still
>seeing it on your newsreader, try removing the cache and looking
>again. Let me know but mine shows clear.
>Thanks for the note.
>Discussion Q&A: http://www.autodesk.com/discussion
>"Stephen L. Bowen" wrote:
>> Do you allow this sort of thing to remain on the server?