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Rydel Regular User Oct 04, 2014, 01:25:38 pm 8 5
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1  Mushroom Kingdom Graphics: TWBT Edition May 03, 2017 0.49 892 Unrated 8,585 1.39 MB 0
2  Mushroom Kingdom Graphics: TWBT Next version Mar 26, 2017 0.1 94 Unrated 1,136 1.38 MB 0
3  Rally Ho! TWBT Next Mar 25, 2017 0.57 536 Unrated 2,979 1.33 MB 0
4  Rally Ho! for 42.05 (Non Text Will Be Text) Feb 14, 2017 1.35 1,915 Unrated 6,950 1.04 MB 0
5  Rally Ho! for 43.04 (TWBT Version) Feb 14, 2017 1.66 2,269 Unrated 6,965 1.28 MB 0
6  Mushroom Kingdom Graphics Oct 03, 2016 0.56 975 Unrated 9,320 1.09 MB 0
7  Rally Ho! Graphics Set Mar 21, 2015 0.46 774 Unrated 6,815 495.4 KB 0
8  Mushroom Kingdom Graphics (OLD) Feb 01, 2015 0.16 301 Unrated 4,909 1.55 MB 0
Comments
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 Re: TWBT Subtype Finder (v 1)  » posted under TWBT Subtype Finder on Oct 08, 2014, 05:10:35 pm
Dragoon209 wrote:
Rydel,

While putting multiple item types in a single file works, I wouldn't recommend writing mods this way. I have written my program to follow the method dwarf fortress reads items from the raws. Its not based on the filename of the file, but by the first line of text inside the raw file. Furthermore, since Toady places items of different types into different files, I consider it good practice to follow his example, and do the same with mod files. This should help compatibility in the future should the way files are loaded ever change, and break this current implementation of the mod.

I have taken all of the items out of the item_mw.txt file, deleted that file, and separated them out into their own armor, helm, pants, etc. after doing that, I am able to run the export properly, and each item gets a subtype number.

I would be happy to give you the files if you like. Perhaps give me your name on the DF Forum, and I can PM you there?

Thanks

Edit: I found you on the forum, and went ahead and PM'd you the files. Hope they help!

Unfortunately, I am not the mod creator, so doing this would make my graphics set incompatible with anyone using the unedited mod, as it will change the subtype numbering.
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 Re: TWBT Subtype Finder (v 1)  » posted under TWBT Subtype Finder on Oct 07, 2014, 05:30:35 pm
Dragoon209 wrote:
I can't seem to reproduce the problem, it seems to work for me. Can you give me any more specifics as to what is not coming over?
-SNIP-
You can see the Mushroom Kingdom weapons at the bottom of the list, starting at #24.

Does this help? Let me know!

It looks like it works for Weapons, since they use that name format, but the other items don't appear to show up, such as tools or toys, since they are all together in an item_mw.txt file.
For instance, mw-FOOD.txt lists
Code:
0 [ITEM_FOOD:ITEM_FOOD_BISCUITS] 1 [ITEM_FOOD:ITEM_FOOD_STEW] 2 [ITEM_FOOD:ITEM_FOOD_ROAST]

but is missing ITEM_FOOD_CANDY_MW, ITEM_FOOD_COOKIE_MW, ITEM_FOOD_SOUP_MW, ITEM_FOOD_POP_MW, ITEM_FOOD_SALAD_MW, ITEM_FOOD_MEAL_MW, and ITEM_FOOD_CAKE_MW.
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 Re: TWBT Subtype Finder (v 1)  » posted under TWBT Subtype Finder on Oct 06, 2014, 09:12:34 pm
Dragoon209 wrote:
Rydel wrote:
Dragoon209 wrote:
Rydel wrote:
The tool only appears to read the default files, not additional files added by mods. What do I need to do to get it to use files from the mod as well?

The script assumes that files are named in a specific way, mainly "itemtype_modname. Txt"

So new items might be item_YourMod.txt.

If you add the item type and and underscore to the front, it should work. Let me know!

Unfortunately, this mode didn't arrange them by type. Is it possible to modify the code to check each file in the raws folder and work off the tokens themselves?

Could you please send me the raw files you are trying to use? I want to make sure that any fix I make is going to solve your problem! Thanks

It's for Rise of the Mushroom Kingdom: http://dffd.wimbli.com/file.php?id=8801
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 Re: TWBT Subtype Finder (v 1)  » posted under TWBT Subtype Finder on Oct 06, 2014, 06:50:13 pm
Dragoon209 wrote:
Rydel wrote:
The tool only appears to read the default files, not additional files added by mods. What do I need to do to get it to use files from the mod as well?

The script assumes that files are named in a specific way, mainly "itemtype_modname. Txt"

So new items might be item_YourMod.txt.

If you add the item type and and underscore to the front, it should work. Let me know!

Unfortunately, this mode didn't arrange them by type. Is it possible to modify the code to check each file in the raws folder and work off the tokens themselves?
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 TWBT Subtype Finder (v 1)  » posted under TWBT Subtype Finder on Oct 06, 2014, 05:59:19 pm
The tool only appears to read the default files, not additional files added by mods. What do I need to do to get it to use files from the mod as well?
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