Visual LISP, AutoLISP and General Customization

Visual LISP, AutoLISP and General Customization

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Batch Wblock Multiple Files

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02-01-2007 08:17 AM
How can a list of multiple files be batch processed to have all the blocks in each file dumped into a directory?

Over the years, I have created custom blocks or modified blocks in drawings. I would like to be able to batch open those drawings and have the blocks in them wblocked into a directory for evaluation/sorting for future use.

I have seen routines that can extract the blocks in opened drawings, but havent found one that would open/extract/close a group of files.

Does such a thing exist?
*T.Willey
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Re: Batch Wblock Multiple Files

02-01-2007 08:55 AM in reply to: cameronhughes
I wonder if you could use ObjectDBX to do this. You would have two session
of it, one for the drawing with all the blocks, and one with a new drawing
where you would put all the objects from the blocks. It sounds to me like
it would work in theory, but I don't have the time right now to do it, but
maybe someone will, or if you want to try something like this, then I/others
can help you along the way.

--

Tim
"A blind man lets nothing block his vision."


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How can a list of multiple files be batch processed to have all the blocks
in each file dumped into a directory?

Over the years, I have created custom blocks or modified blocks in drawings.
I would like to be able to batch open those drawings and have the blocks in
them wblocked into a directory for evaluation/sorting for future use.

I have seen routines that can extract the blocks in opened drawings, but
havent found one that would open/extract/close a group of files.

Does such a thing exist?
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