I am using SharpDevelop 3.2.1 on a USB drive.
I am trying to link to AutoCAD 2012 on a 64 bit machine. I have added my referance files
but when I start SharpDevelop with my program the acmgd.dll will not load. Has anyone tryed this
SharpDevelop with AutoCAD 2012 and how can I use my referance file. I would attach my image
snapshot showing my errors to this post but it appears this form
does not have that feature?
>> I would attach my image snapshot showing my errors to this post but it appears this form
You can just paste the image into the text within your message, or you use the attachment-possibility (button for file-selection for an attachment just bejond the textbox you are entering the message text.
- alfred -
I would like to upload a snap shot but the image up load does not work for that forum
I have install adobie player but I am not have any options up upload my file.
Just a WAG ...
Try a later version on SharpDevelop (currently 4.2 )
Just for info, are you using the ObjectARX SDK version of the managed assemblies for development ?
Everything will work just as you expect it to, unless your expectations are incorrect.
class keyThumper<T> : Lazy<T>; another Swamper
Can SharpDevelop 4.2 be placed on a USB drive? If so, what should I do to make it portable on a USB drive.
Is there a link I can download 4.2 from?
I have downloaded ObjectARX SDK for 2010 and 2012 on the 64 bit machine. The snapshot was using
the files from the 2012 ARS folder. I think I get the same results using the 2010 ARX files. Where is the best
place to choose my acdmgd.dll & acmgd.dll files for AutoCAD 2012. I was also using Jerry Winters VBA Cad Templates
to initate the programs on my 32 bit machine using VS2008 & AutoCAD 2010. Then I would remove the
AutoCAD acdmgd.dll & acmgd.dll files and try my program on the 64 bit machine. Then I would use sharp to
start my program without any luck.
I prefer to use Sharp on the 64 bit machine because it is portable on a USB drive. I don't have to go
through the MS express setups, activations, etc. The Sharp seems to be simple unlike a MS express editions.
I thiink it would be nice to get it working with AutoCAD becuase Sharp 3.2 is a nice portable program.
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