file VTES Utilities & The Unaligned

15 Oct 2014 05:44 #66609 by Ankha

I'm thinking...
...is there a well formatted XML file available for deck and crypt? JSON formatted file would work fine as well.

No, there's only a well formatted CSV file. But it shouldn't be difficult to write some tool that does a conversion the way you want. Or open it in Access and export as XML.


I don't have Access, but I'll try to convert CSV file using Excel.

Thanks.

Likely, it won't work. Excel doesnt' support correctly the CSV format.

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15 Oct 2014 05:46 #66610 by Ankha

csv files are uploaded.
vekn.net/images/stories/downloads/vtescsv.zip (the date on the card lists page isn't correct, as Ginés is still locking that page :P)

Also, the cardlist.txt now includes The Unaligned cards.


doesn't work (ARDB 3.1.1 here).

I've fixed the CSV archive. You can download the new version at the same address.

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15 Oct 2014 07:07 #66616 by Drugo
done! nice work, thanks! :)

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15 Oct 2014 07:37 #66618 by Drugo
after some proofreading...

Assamites
Wise Frog - should not have :tha:

Followers of Set
Legba - should have :obf: instead of :OBF:
Glycon - should have :POT: instead of :TEM:

Ravnos
Delizbieta of the Dark Eyes - should have :PRE: instead of :CEL:
Ivan Krenyenko [Adv] - should have :POT: instead of :QUI: and :obf: instead of :pre:

Gangrel
Mark Decker - should have :pot: instead of :POT:

General
all accented letters now generate random chars (Rosa Hernandez has become Rosa Hernández)
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15 Oct 2014 08:20 #66619 by Jussi

I'm thinking...
...is there a well formatted XML file available for deck and crypt? JSON formatted file would work fine as well.

No, there's only a well formatted CSV file. But it shouldn't be difficult to write some tool that does a conversion the way you want. Or open it in Access and export as XML.


I don't have Access, but I'll try to convert CSV file using Excel.

Thanks.

Likely, it won't work. Excel doesnt' support correctly the CSV format.


And it didn't.

Well, I don't bother to write a csv parser myself. Thanks anyway.

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15 Oct 2014 08:40 #66621 by Pascal Bertrand
I already have a csv parser (to generate the cardlist.txt file).
Let me know what kind of fields you want in a a.xml
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