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Monday, May 16, 2011

Files moved to Google Docs

Hello,

I have moved all samples files to a Google Docs folder which can be accessed through the following link:

ObjectARX & Dummies Docs

It the above link does not work, copy and paste the following URL at your Browser:

https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0By7BVn8vCBxnYjZjNWJhZjYtZjE3MC00ZjdiLTlmMjMtNTVhNTNjNjE0YjUy&hl=en

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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

AutoCAD Mac announced and new Blog about ObjectARX

Hello,

I was really busy lately working behind the scenes with AutoCAD for Mac which was announced last August 31st by Autodesk.

I have attended this event and I'm totally excited about this new platform and all technology that it brings into the spot of AutoCAD community.

I have just created a new Blog entirely dedicated to this subject and I'm preparing some great material to share with you as soon as the product starts to ship.

More information here:

http://arxformac.blogspot.com/

Cheers!

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Visual Studio 2010

Hello,

I was playing around with the brand new Visual Studio 2010 and have found a really cool new feature. Actually this is something I'm waiting for years.

The problem:

Every new Visual Studio version requires you to create a new project and maintain it along the other versions. I had a situation once that I need to keep VS2005, VS2005 and VS2008 projects. What a pain! As soon as you add a new class to your project you need to replicate that to the other versions. It was chaotic!

The new feature:

VS2010 have introduced a new cool feature called "Platform Toolset". It allows you to target your build using specific VS libraries which allow you to build binaries as if you are using previous VS versions. Natively it comes with v100 and v90 platforms (v100 is the default). I did some testing targeting v90 and it really works. The generated DLL (in my case an ARX module) was totally compatible with the Host application (in this case AutoCAD).

More than that, with the ability to create your custom targets open a totally new world of VS projects management which will save you hours copying thing to keep your source code updated.

Further reading:

VS 2010 Enhancements

VS 2010 native Multi-targeting

I have used Visual Studio 2010 Professional Trial version to test this and you can download it from here:

Visual Studio 2010 Trial Download

Cheers!

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