Hello everybody! This is the @The Butter Apple here with another Tuesday Topics!
Today, we have some exciting infomation on a couple tools! Both a proper introduction to a previously announced tool and a brand new one!
Jeff’s Map Creator
Right off the bat, I have a status update on Jeff’s Map Creator. Those of you who have read the previous Tuesday Topics blog posts may be aware that this project began just a few months ago during the summer.
Well, I am happy to announce it is now ready for an Alpha release! That’s right, as of today you can download this tool and start using it!
Now, I would like to note this is an early work-in-progress so expect bugs or issues. If you do run into any bugs or have any feature requests please post them on the GitHub issue tracker as it’s the easiest way to bring them to my attention.
As this is a new tool, I also feel some documentation is in order. While it’s currently unfinished, please feel free to check out the GitHub Wiki for more information on how to use this tool. I’ll be updating that over time as well as working on getting some video tutorials out for it!
While not perfect yet, this tool can be used to create simple maps and such! It also sports a user interface reminiscent of game engines that is designed to be intuitive to use.
I am excited to see what you all create and I will continue to work on this tool going forward!
We’re also releasing a new tool created by @Josh / Proddy: P3D Merge.
This is a simple command line tool that allows you to merge 2 or more P3D files together. This is useful for all your P3D merging needs when working with the Map Creator or otherwise. We hope you find it helpful when creating mods!
We are really excited to get these tools into the hands of the community and we are looking forward to seeing what gets created!
Once again, the Map Creator is in alpha so please report bugs on the issue tracker above so they can be found and fixed!
- The Butter Apple from Donut Team