I'm evaluating CAD packages as the basis for a new development project.
Turbocad meets my CAD requirements, but I'm concerned about the state of the SDK.
1. The documentation appears to be well behind the current version of the product.
2. I can't find official evidence of support for current versions of .NET languages.
3. VBA, which is a dead technology, still appears to comprise the majority of SDK effort.
Now, Turbocad isn't alone in this respect. Only Autocad appears to have current documentation with latest technology support, but the price of that product makes it a scarey platform on which to develop a new product.
The other platform I'm evaluating is Bricscad, but apart from documentation problems it appears to be lurching off into Linux-land, and that makes it unviable as a commercial platform.
Your comments are most welcome.