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wc3lib: old projects, new website

Posted in technical with tags , , , , on 2012-07-25 by Baradé

Although I had not much time for continuing the work on wc3lib – mainly because of the complicated TriggerData.txt file support which should be realized using Boost Spirit – I’ve released some more source code and other stuff in my project on Gitorious.org which is related to wc3lib:

  • warblender – modified version of the original Blender import/export plugin for MDX files which should be more compatible to Blender 2.4
  • syntaxhighlightings – modified and newly created syntax highlighting files for Kate, gedit and Notepad++
  • vjassdoc – Doxygen-like tool for JASS and vJass (generates HTML API documentation based on special comments in your code)
  • vjasstrans – gettext-like tool for JASS and vJass (internationalization tool for generating .wts string files and translating your map into other language)
  • vjasside – obsolete, unfinished Qt-based IDE for vJass

Aside from vjasside and warblender all projects are still used by me for “Die Macht des Feuers”. warblender could be one of the most important tools if its development state was much further than it actually is.

Besides I’ve purchased the wc3lib.org domain to provide some project information at a central place.

Would be great to see some volunteer developers who might contribute to some of the projects (especially warblender).

Intentions for putting some projects together

Posted in technical with tags , , on 2009-12-20 by Baradé

Just a litte web log entry after that one about the new ASL release.
I intend to put my tools vjasstrans and vjassdoc together with the wc3lib project since latter is growing up really fast and at the moment it’s a quite huge project for all those Blizzard formats.
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Internationalization of Maps

Posted in technical with tags , , on 2009-07-27 by Baradé

Internationalization is an important topic for Die Macht des Feuers since I do not intend to create a modification which is only playable by German-speaking people.
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