[Gtkradiant] Support for other games
linuxmanmikec at gmail.com
Thu Jul 5 18:24:23 CDT 2007
And either your map compiler would have to support GtkRadiant's map
format, or you would have to add support to GtkRadiant for your own
map file format. Or if your are using a bsp format for your compiled
maps that is close enough to Q3 then you might be able to adapt q3map2
to meet your needs. The last two options require modifying source
code in the GtkRadiant project.
On 7/5/07, Sogi Ned <sogined at googlemail.com> wrote:
> You also have to add an additional file in the games directory.
> On 05/07/07, Sebarnolds [Seb / Frip] <sebarnolds at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi.
> > I am the main (and only) developer of a 3D game engine. I do this in my free
> > time and don't have much time for tools development. I work with a friend
> > who handle all the graphics stuff. We need an editor and he likes
> > Gtk-Radiant for level design.
> > However I would need to add support for another game (in fact, it would work
> > for any game using my engine) and I didn't found how to do that. I tried to
> > duplicate the directory of an existing game (e.g. sof2.game) but it didn't
> > work. Is there any information about how to do that ? Am I obliged to modify
> > the sources in order to do that ? I would need to specify my map compiler
> > and the list of entities.
> > Thanks,
> > Sebastien
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