Organize your LISP routines
Our last tip is one of Harry's favorites. Another frequent contributor, Jeffery Sanders, provides LISP Manager (Tip #1996). If you have a directory full of LSP files and are never sure what each one does, this utility gets you organized. The first line of the LSP file is used to house a descriptive comment that you can add and edit. Now you see a list of all your AutoLISP files and a description of what each contains. Brilliant! This is one of those tools you should download, use, and understand so you can customize it to your own specific needs.