Geomview For Windows?
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The if command and the progn command seem to be having a few problems interacting. This works fine: (if (sgi) (echo "true\n") (echo "false\n")) and prints out "true" (or "false," as the case may be). This works: (if (sgi) (progn (echo "true\n")) (progn (echo "false\n"))) but prints out "true\nfalse" I also found a fun trick: making macros by putting things like (emodule-define encompass "echo (look-encompass World)") and (emodule-define dodec "echo \"(geometry dodec.off < /u/gcg/ngrap/data/geom/dodec.off)\"") [this is handy on the NeXT which seems to not find the standard geomview path] into your .geomview file. -Celeste ps thank you stuart for fixing the emodule exit == core dump bug.
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