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LoadLSP - Autolisp Loader

Version 1.0

For AutoCAD Versions 2000 and higher.


LoadLSP - This program allows you to view all of your autolisp files along with a description of what they do.  You can select a file and revise it's description and\or load it.

Screen shots:

You will see this screen the first time you run the program:  

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Press OK and the main screen appears (without the Lisp files the first time) :

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Press the Revised Search Paths button to get this screen:

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Press the Revise Description button to get this screen:

    Revised to show the old description in the edit box!

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Required files:
  To use this program you must have the SelectDir.lsp and SelectDir.dcl files.  I've included these files in the zip file.


Getting Started:
  This program locates and displays lisp programs from a user supplied search path list. It stores the search path list in a file named LOADLSP_DIR.dat. If the file is not found, the user is told to press the "ADD SEARCH PATH" button to create a search path list. This list can be edited at any time.

Description gotten from:
  The description of the program is displayed in the dialog box. This is found by opening the autolisp program and reading in the first line. It must be the first line inside the autolisp file. The description will be stripped down to 65 characters max.

Revise Description button:
  If you select a program in the list, the REVISE DESCRIPTION button will enable. Press this button to revise the first line inside the autolisp file, which is  or should be, the description. Let me revise that, this program does not replace or remove anything from the autolisp file, it simply adds a new remark to the top of the program. Just to make sure the file does not get corrupted, the program makes a backup copy of the file. If something should go wrong, you can rename the backup file to the original name. The backup file name will be the original program name plus a space followed by three numbers with an extension of ".BAK". For example, a file named "JUNK.lsp" would become "JUNK 001.bak".

To Download the program click   <here>.

If you have any questions about the program click here.

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