CAD-Lisp: configuration file syntax

There are plenty of ways to create configuration files. They all have pros and cons. What are the possibilities for CAD-Lisp? Choosing a configuration file syntax Win.ini is nice because of its simple structure. The downside is that it is limited, lacking array functionality for example. On the other side of the spectrum there is […]

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Linux and BricsCAD on a Lenovo Ideapad L340-15API

From time to time we need a laptop for CAD. A cost effective solution is the Lenovo Ideapad L340-15API with standard 16GB RAM plus a Ryzen 7 GPU. Here is the story and the findings. Only modification is an upgraded M2 unit. We’re totally impressed by performance, combined with a desktop screen. The laptop screen […]

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