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Lisp Protection


Submitted on: 8/27/2002 1:54:57 PM
By: Jeremiah Daniels 
Level: Advanced
User Rating: By 3 Users
Compatibility:Auto Lisp

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     Shows users of AutoCAD 2000 how to use the Visual Lisp Editor to compile their Lisp routine in to a machine code languange that is unrecognizable to edit for distribution.

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Lisp Protection for AutoCAD 2000




Step One:  Type “vlide” at the AutoCAD command prompt.  You will be taken to the Visual Lisp Editor tool. 


Step Two:  As the picture below suggest, make a new application using the new application wizard.


<--[if gte vml 1]>

Figure <--[if supportFields]> SEQ Figure \* ARABIC 1<--[if supportFields]>

Step Three:  You will see the Wizard Mode popup box.  For now use simple mode.  Click Next.

<--[if gte vml 1]>

Figure <--[if supportFields]> SEQ Figure \* ARABIC 2<--[if supportFields]>

Step Four:  The next screen will ask you to give the location as to where you want to put your project as well as the name of your project.


<--[if gte vml 1]>

Figure <--[if supportFields]> SEQ Figure \* ARABIC 3<--[if supportFields]>


Step Five:  The wizard will then ask you to provide the files you want to include, i.e. lsp dcl and etc.  The author of this tutorial has only experimented with adding a single .lsp file as shown in figure 4.


<--[if gte vml 1]>

Figure <--[if supportFields]> SEQ Figure \* ARABIC 4<--[if supportFields]>





Step Six:  When you click next it will tell you that everything is ready to build the application.  All you have to do then is click the Next button.  Make sure that the Build Application box is checked on!!!


<--[if gte vml 1]>

Figure <--[if supportFields]> SEQ Figure \* ARABIC 5<--[if supportFields]>


The wizard compiles your project and creates three different files.  The one you want to distribute will be the .fas file.  The .fas file is precompiled into machine code, it can be viewed in any text editor but all the user will see is a garbled mess as shown in Figure 6.


<--[if gte vml 1]>

Figure <--[if supportFields]> SEQ Figure \* ARABIC 6<--[if supportFields]>



If you have any questions or concerns regarding this tutorial please contact me through email at cadbrowser@yahoo.com .


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