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#1 Dragne Adrian

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Posted 01 October 2012 - 12:48 AM

Main question of this topic:

TopicA )The NanoSoft wish developing the application "convertor lisp to c++arx " .(shortname lisp2cpp-arx)?
We already developed lisp2cpp-arx,but we need a team colaboration for together customization
a programe lisp2cpp-arx for NaNoCad...
www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TPPW3i4v9A

www.youtube.com/watch?v=91mwgtNSIrE
What is VirtualC+Lisp?
the "VirtualC+Lisp" it is a new programming language , it is a upgrade of VLISP or LISP-R14 in the year 2012
You can develope lisp application compatibile with C++. after compilation will be result 100% lisp source..
You can convert virtualc+lisp to visualc+arx more easily because 70% the source it is in c++.

:lol:
So the nanocad do not need use visual-lisp in the future , because the VirtualC+LISP replace visual-lisp with the programming language. The VirtualC+Lisp is is more better than Visual-LISP
The main compilator have convertor autolisp to c+Lisp or lisp2cpp (scripting mode) automatically.
:huh:
HomePage and downloading fuill version but it is a personal version

Always.....if do not work,please make user accoount and downloading the lastest version from
You searrhin google.com the words lisp2arx.3xforum.ro
http://lisp2arx.3xforum.ro/

You copy&paste (do not clicking) http://lisp2arx.3xforum.ro/
:rolleyes:
Thank you............

#2 ISL

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Posted 01 October 2012 - 06:02 AM

Hello Adrian,

Welcome to the Developers' Club.

nanoCAD 4.0 Beta1 with LISP support was released to Club members in September.

We are ready to help you on porting lisp2cpp-arx to lisp2cpp-nrx, please use our forum or bugtracker in the Developers' Club.

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