I’ve recently redesigned this blog using a static site generator, Hugo. Hugo is a command-line utility written in the Go programming language that will generate a static web-site (html and css files) from a collection of text files and some pre-defined themes. You can read more about Static Site Generators in this article from 2015.
So, why bother? These are a few reasons I’ve made the jump:
It’s something new to learn and experiment with....
These are some of my frequently used AutoLISP snippets for layer management. I’ve got a heap of these in a lisp file that I autoload into autocad at startup. You can find the entire file here: layer-shortcuts.lsp.
If you look through that file, you’ll see that I have a common set of layers (for 2D and general work) that I include in every drawing file. The AutoLisp commands help to speed up my drafting with these common layers.... AutoCADCode