A somewhat peculiar blend between Franz-Lisp
, with a large set of various CAD
primitives. It is owned by Cadence Design Systems
and has been used in their CAD frameworks since 1985. It's an extension language
to the CAD framework (in the same way that Emacs-Lisp
extends GNU Emacs
), enabling you to automate virtually everything that you can do manually in for example the graphic editor. Skill accepts C
-syntax, fun(a b), as well as Lisp
syntax, (fun a b), but most users (including Cadence themselves) use the C-style.
[Jonas Jarnestrom ].