[PythonCAD] No testers for R15 reader yet

phrostie pfrostie at yahoo.com
Sat Sep 6 11:16:34 EDT 2003

i don't have autocad 15.  12 was my last, but still  have friends in that 
world.  how complex of drawings to you need?
specific features?

i can always ask.

On Saturday 06 September 2003 10:10, Guy Edwards wrote:
> On Sat, 2003-09-06 at 14:57, Art Haas wrote:
> > I'm a bit surprised no one has mailed me for the R15 reader code yet.
> Sorry, had other things to do.........
> Send it to me and I'll test it.
> > this version of the file format considered uncommon? I thought it was
> > the version for Autocad 2000 and Autocad 2002, and those version have
> > been available for quite some time. Are these versions less popular than
> > the previous releases using the R13/R14 format?
> No, they should be quite common. The CAD places I was at kept pretty up
> to date.
> Autodesk used a discounted upgrade type approach. At my old company we
> would get sent letters saying when the deadline for upgrading to the new
> version was, otherwise we'd have to pay full price.
> You could save money if you were happy to drag your heals for a few
> versions but if you did that there was the risk that clients would send
> / ask for drawings in the newer format or maybe use a feature not
> present in older versions (e.g. redline markup on drawings).
> Guy

Oh i've slipped the surly bonds of DOS 
and danced the skies on Linux silvered wings.

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