on_doc_load.lsp file location

Hello,

Where is the "on_doc_load.lsp" and "on_start.lsp" files located?

Or should I create it? If I must create it, where must I put it in order to Bricscad be able to recognize the files?

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  • I've found a good workaround.

    Now I can load some lisp using the registry. It's good, because I do not need admin privileges in the operational system.

    I added a new registry in:

    "\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Bricsys\BricsCAD\V23x64\pt_BR\Applications\MyLisp"

    With the following data:

    It can also load .dll files.

  • Hello.

    The files on_start.lsp and on_doc_load.lsp should be placed in one of the locations from the support paths - see the SRCHPATH system variable.

    For instance, they could be placed in C:\Program Files\Bricsys\BricsCAD V24 en_US\Support, for V24 English version.

    Note:
    Don't use the default files on_start_default.lsp and on_doc_load_default.lsp.

  • I use custom lisps so I have one lisp called Autoload.lsp it has 23 defuns in it ie little short lisps used all the time its loaded via Appload and load on startup. It also has "AUTOLOAD" some 10 programs, these load when you type their name on command line. google "AUTOLOAD" Other lisps are demand loaded via menu's.

    (defun rtd (a)
    (/ (* a 180.0) pi)
    )

    (setq pi2 (/ pi 2.0)) ; 90 degs up
    ; pi is 180 degs left
    (setq pi3 (* pi 1.5)) ; 270 degs down

    (autoload "COPY0" '("COPY0"))
    (autoload "COPYCOMMAND" '("ZZZ"))
    (autoload "COVER" '("COVER"))