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  1. #111
    Yup that's whats different with my version of the parser, I'm making a ui for markups required. I'll try my best to get it out tomorrow.
    It's mostly done I just need to run some tests and tie up any loose ends.
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    I was hoping for a GUI that had a template to fill out and where I could just cut and paste the text from the write-ups.

    Probably just was being too lazy and trying to avoid learning XML mark-up. Will just have to learn it, I guess.

    With a UA every week for a while, an way to use class parser would be very helpful.
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  3. #113
    That's exactly what's coming up. Look back here later I'll most likely get it done just some testing left now from my side
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  4. #114
    Have you given any thought to adding reference parsing functionality too? Really nice job on the Class and Creature parsers.
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  5. #115
    If you're taking about zal and zl tags then yes some of them are already implemented.

    If you're talking about the reference manual section in the module then that's a yes as well. I am going module by module until I manage to get the entire parser working. However do note that this takes a lot of time and fabricating a ui is actually more tedious than just the parser itself. And coupled with the fact that I primarily get to work with this mostly on weekends it's taking a lot longer.
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    I have figuring out par5e on my list in the theory that it will help to learn this program as well. Hopefully you can do a short user instruction as well as part of the GUI.
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  7. #117
    Quote Originally Posted by kp9911 View Post
    If you're taking about zal and zl tags then yes some of them are already implemented.

    If you're talking about the reference manual section in the module then that's a yes as well. I am going module by module until I manage to get the entire parser working. However do note that this takes a lot of time and fabricating a ui is actually more tedious than just the parser itself. And coupled with the fact that I primarily get to work with this mostly on weekends it's taking a lot longer.
    I'm talking about the reference manual section for creating rule reference manuals. I write code for a living and I can appreciate the time you have invested in putting this together. Luckily, it is much easier to put together an UI in WPF, especially if you aren't needing to do anything fancy to start. I'm currently working on creating the ruleset and modules for Swords & Wizardry and if I can find time between work, grad school, other miscellaneous adulting, and finishing the S&W work, I would be glad to help. I'm not sure if you are interested in forking your code on github or not, but I figured I would offer. Much like you, my time is limited and I work on things as I have a few spare minutes here and there.

    In the meantime, I'll continue to use par5e. It is a bit finicky but it works well enough.

    Anyway, thanks again for putting this together. Your work is appreciated.

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  8. #118
    You're welcome to fork it! WPF is what I wanted but it was too difficult to work with since I had no prior info on.
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  9. #119
    Okay, sounds good. I'll take a look at it. I believe I saw the link to your github somewhere but I can't recall where. Mind sharing it again?

    What are you thinking about for UI if not WPF? There aren't many alternatives anymore for a windows app.
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  10. #120
    The link is on the front page and I'm not sure the code is optimized to work with WPF since I'm aware you need the mvvm format.

    The ui I'm using currently is just simply windows forms

    EDIT: Just in case you cannot find it CLICK ME.
    Last edited by kp9911; November 16th, 2016 at 14:42.
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