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Downloads of v 1.0:
11 Jun 2017
- Nick Prühs
Tags:tome game data editor
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This package was approved by moderator AdmiringWorm on 18 Jun 2017.
Developing games is all about data. With game systems for modifying data and user interfaces for presenting it, finding a sophisticated data model is key to creating successful games. Even more, being able to change this data and iterate on a day-to-day basis is mandatory in today's production cycles.
Tome solves two problems that arise with every new game you build: First, you can import the definition of your game's data so game designers can create new data records and modify existing ones very conveniently. Second, you can export the results to any format your game engine understands.
$ErrorActionPreference = 'Stop'; $packageName= 'tome-editor' $toolsDir = "$(Split-Path -parent $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition)" $exampleDir = "$(Join-Path -Path $toolsDir -ChildPath ..\example)" $url = 'https://github.com/npruehs/tome-editor/releases/download/1.0/Tome-1.0-Windows-x86.zip' $urlExample= 'https://github.com/npruehs/tome-editor/releases/download/1.0/Tome-1.0-ExampleProjects.zip' # Install Tome. Install-ChocolateyZipPackage $packageName $url $toolsDir # Install example project. Install-ChocolateyZipPackage $packageName $urlExample $exampleDir
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|Tome 1.0||389||Sunday, June 11, 2017||Approved|
|Tome 0.9-beta||226||Monday, March 13, 2017||Exempted|
|Tome 0.8-beta||262||Thursday, December 29, 2016||Exempted|
|Tome 0.7-alpha||245||Saturday, November 19, 2016||Exempted|
|Tome 0.6-alpha||252||Sunday, October 9, 2016||Exempted|
|Tome 0.5-alpha||253||Monday, September 12, 2016||Exempted|
First major release.
This release contains usability improvements and bug fixes, only. It does not add any new features, export placeholders or integrity checks.
- Assigning pseudo-random integer record ids instead of increasing ones, in order to improve collaboration.
- Showing record display names instead of ids in field value reference selection dropdowns, and for reference field values in the record table.
- Sorting record tree and reference dropdowns by record display name.
- Saving records sorted by ID in order to avoid merge conflicts.
- Set record tree initial width to 1/5 of window width.
- Automatically resizing first record table column to fit contents.
- Disabled Reload Project menu item while no project is loaded.
- Fixed multiple crashes that could occur when reference field values were is not set or invalid.
- Fixed a crash that could occur when exporting map values.
- Fixed a crash that could occur when adding a records file referencing a field or another record that does not exist.
- Fixed multiple issues that could occur when assigning the same id to multiple records, only differing in lower and upper case characters.
- Correctly prevent creating records with empty ids again.
- Correctly detect whitespaces at the beginning or end of record ids.
- No longer showing "prefix will automatically be removed" hint in Edit Field Value window if it isn't.
- Showing correct question before discarding unsaved changes.
- Adding the same file multiple times to the same project is no longer allowed.
This package has no dependencies.
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