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DWG File INSUNITS Info

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    Posted: 04.Jan.2018 at 20:42
There is someone who knows some way to obtain the information of which units have been configured in a dwg file, without opening it with AutoCAD or another CAD program. I'm looking for an alternative that allows executing, for example, a console program that is able to read the DWG file and get the information about which units are configured (eg millimeters, meters, etc).

All the alternatives that I have found require the installation of some library in the user's computer and my problem lies in a computer where the users are only common users and can not make changes to the system or install something extra. For that, it must be a standalone utility that allows to make a dump of the header, for example, to read the unit information.

The computer has installed AutoCAD Architecture 2016 and there is the alternative of programming in Delphi XE6 or Visual Studio 2012 or 2015.

Any ideas???
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