Passing commands to a function

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Passing commands to a function

Postby 3ddfreak » Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:22 am


I have some Lisp code running in BricsCAD v11. After the upgrade to BricsCAD v16 I can't use my lisp code.
This is the part that causes the issue.

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   (Draw "line" '("0" "BYLAYER" "ISO02W100" -1 0.3))

(defun Draw (drawType props / currentProps)
   (setq currentProps (GetLayerProps))
   (SetLayerProps props)
            (command drawType)
         (while (> (getvar 'cmdactive) 0)
            (command pause)
   (SetLayerProps currentProps)

(defun ExecuteTillEsc(FunctionToExecute /)

         (setq input (vl-catch-all-apply FunctionToExecute))
            ((vl-catch-all-error- input) nil )            

ERROR: error : invalid-identifier <NIL> ; expected <SYMBOL> at [LAMBDA]
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Re: Passing commands to a function

Postby Kennith » Wed May 03, 2017 9:58 pm

Hey 3ddfreak, did you figure out why it gives this error and how to get past it?
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Re: Passing commands to a function

Postby sylwester » Tue Jun 06, 2017 4:32 pm

This doesn't seem like a Common Lisp question.
It seems like the cond has a symbol as its last term.. every term should be a list with at least a predicate.. eg (t) would be the minimum to return t
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