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*KWBrown
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.NET terminology in AutoCAD

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07-15-2005 12:27 AM
Excuse me gentlemen, if necessary, for appearing pedantic ..

Regarding .NET terminology :

What are "we" calling the following.

1: An assembly for use in ACAD
Arx hardly suits ..

2: The process when using the Managed Wrapped ARX classes.
IE, built with the < ... >

3: How about the process of using the COM interface from .NET
particularly when it can be differentiated from [2] above.

4: Any others ??


Regards
Kerry
*KWBrown
Message 2 of 4 (107 Views)

Re: .NET terminology in AutoCAD

07-15-2005 12:29 AM in reply to: *KWBrown
... and ladies, < sorry >


"KWBrown" wrote in message
news:4902365@discussion.autodesk.com...
Excuse me gentlemen, if necessary, for appearing pedantic ..

Regarding .NET terminology :

What are "we" calling the following.

1: An assembly for use in ACAD
Arx hardly suits ..

2: The process when using the Managed Wrapped ARX classes.
IE, built with the < ... >

3: How about the process of using the COM interface from .NET
particularly when it can be differentiated from [2] above.

4: Any others ??


Regards
Kerry
*Albert Szilvasy
Message 3 of 4 (107 Views)

Re: .NET terminology in AutoCAD

07-15-2005 08:35 AM in reply to: *KWBrown
1. No new name has been invented. "We" simply call them ".net addin", ".net
plugin" or ".net extension".
2. built with the "AutoCAD .NET API" or built on top of the "AutoCAD managed
API".
3. built with the "AutoCAD COM API". Of course, the same ".net addin" can
use both the COM API and .NET API.

Albert
"KWBrown" wrote in message
news:4902365@discussion.autodesk.com...
Excuse me gentlemen, if necessary, for appearing pedantic ..

Regarding .NET terminology :

What are "we" calling the following.

1: An assembly for use in ACAD
Arx hardly suits ..

2: The process when using the Managed Wrapped ARX classes.
IE, built with the < ... >

3: How about the process of using the COM interface from .NET
particularly when it can be differentiated from [2] above.

4: Any others ??


Regards
Kerry
*KWBrown
Message 4 of 4 (107 Views)

Re: .NET terminology in AutoCAD

07-15-2005 02:30 PM in reply to: *KWBrown
Thanks Albert,

I thought perhaps snappy acronyms or buzz words may have evolved.

Kerry


"Albert Szilvasy" wrote in message
news:4902813@discussion.autodesk.com...
1. No new name has been invented. "We" simply call them ".net addin", ".net
plugin" or ".net extension".
2. built with the "AutoCAD .NET API" or built on top of the "AutoCAD managed
API".
3. built with the "AutoCAD COM API". Of course, the same ".net addin" can
use both the COM API and .NET API.

Albert
"KWBrown" wrote in message
news:4902365@discussion.autodesk.com...
Excuse me gentlemen, if necessary, for appearing pedantic ..

Regarding .NET terminology :

What are "we" calling the following.

1: An assembly for use in ACAD
Arx hardly suits ..

2: The process when using the Managed Wrapped ARX classes.
IE, built with the < ... >

3: How about the process of using the COM interface from .NET
particularly when it can be differentiated from [2] above.

4: Any others ??


Regards
Kerry
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