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Hi BricsCAD folks!
First post here! I'm excited to be a contributing member here despite many pins in the air at present. I'm brand new to BricsCAD but I've been pounding LISP since the late 80s. O.o
Anyway ... I was working on a little program earlier today when I thought "hey I should install the latest BricsCAD and see if the proggy will work in said CAD program".
Installed BC. Wow, installed fast!
Loaded up the program and presto, works!
Then I thought I'd load the code into the new BLADE IDE.
Looks great and a very decent development environment but it parses my functions into a hierarchy that does not exist.
The code is laid out like this --
( (lambda ( / safe-ascii random-ascii make-mask offset-mask a b ) (defun safe-ascii ( ) ... ) (defun random-ascii ( ) ... ) (defun make-mask ( code-ceiling ) ... ) (defun offset-mask ( mask ) ... ) (eval (list 'defun 'obfus '(text) (list 'vl-string-translate (setq a (make-mask 255)) (setq b (offset-mask a)) 'text ) ) ) ) )
But BLADE reports this:
Anyone have insight why it's doing that instead of something like this --
(I don't expect it to be able to pick up the obfus def).
Thanks and cheers!