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Friends! We need to do something! While we are discussing on the forum is not relevant topics dgdxdgd already created a new unit (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhn2bc6QM_E). I found on the net program written in Visual C++ (https://code.google.com/p/dolgokesvalam … .cpp?r=152), which will advance further in the implementation of new ideas for the BSP (new maps, units, scenarios). I do not own VC ++! Therefore I appeal to people who know the language to help us! Just having a program (similar BSPreipper) we will succeed!
Re: MMOD editor/creator
Ok so when it comes to C++ I'm useless. The good news is I have some experience with Delphi and HTML. This means I at least have some remote idea on how code works and even though C++ is a different programming language, all languages (spoken, written and programmed) have the same structure. That gave me the idea just to try and unravel the code. So now I dug into this file and saw it does not have all the components it needs to be a functional program.
I did notice the following code and this is very important:
What I can gather from this is that the .cpp file you linked to is the actual project file. These references point to .h files which are helper files for the project. Now I found these files in the subdirectories but they in return link to other .h files.
I quickly went through everything and it is clear that this program is in all probability more than an mmod viewer/editor/creator.
The problem now is how on earth does one download this program?
I have played around a bit on the internet and found a way to download this whole project directly to the computer.
Firstly you need to download the application that downloads this project for you.
Of course you just need to click this yellow link and download the file on the web page when it loads.
Secondly you need the tell this program when you have downloaded, extracted and run it what to do.
Of course your link below will not work
I had to play around with the code a bit and see what the general link looks like that you type into the program in order to download and I have come up with this:
This is what you need to copy and paste into the SVN Source URL section.
Then of course you just need to tell the program where to download to - preferably an empty folder you can easily access.
Now click the start button and after some process a message will display telling you "Done"
This is about as far as I got. I am still looking for a good c++ compiler to try this out and see if it actually works. Maybe somebody will jump me on this, but hey, the more people that can do this the better.
Salutations from me and my brain that is bellowing smoke from overdrive.
Re: MMOD editor/creator
Whew.. I see, sir. I thought that you guys have done it already and that was it, silly me.
So we still need someone knowledgeable of C++. Darn it, I wish I know how to do all these stuff too.
C++ person, please come out already!
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