GCFScape v1.2.0 - NemPosted: Sep 5th, 2004 - 8:48:49 am
  • GCFScape - Reprogrammed to use HLLib.
  • GCFScape - Added support for PAK and WAD packages.
  • GCFScape - Column headers can sort listbox items.
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1. NoBodyPosted: Sep 7th, 2004 - 1:13:59 am

"Column headers can sort listbox items."
nice

what about adding a file type column

(sorry if it is ther, i am not at homme but seams to remember that it's "missing")

2. NemPosted: Sep 7th, 2004 - 8:49:52 am

If you are in details view the columns are Name, Size and Type.

3. BluefangPosted: Sep 7th, 2004 - 1:20:56 pm

I'm currious as to if you will be adding .PAK and ,WAD editing/creation features?

Though I don;t know any thing about the atcual coding, I can safely guess that their formats are pretty well known and it probably wouldn't be too much work to add it, especially with HLLib.

I just think it would be really cool to have one tool that could do eveyrything. Then I could completely get rid of PakScape and not really need to use wally.

I know there is also a shell execution feature. would it be possible to make it so you can double click on an item to shell execute it? (like PakScape)

4. NemPosted: Sep 7th, 2004 - 8:02:50 pm
The formats are well known, but it still complicates things quite a bit. That said the ability to save packages is something that I will probably add in the future (and I think it can be added with some grace while still retaining the simple abstract interface of HLLib). Because of the abstraction though the tool would not be as suitable as other tools (for example, WAD creation would rely on HLLibs palette simplification and mipmap generation code).

So far the next release has the following features implemented:
  • Added support for BSP packages.
  • Double clicking a file shell executes it.
  • Added ability to look up extensions in registry.

5. gcutlerPosted: Feb 19th, 2005 - 6:32:05 pm
Where can you download it from

6. BluefangPosted: Feb 20th, 2005 - 11:38:29 am
look on the side navigation bar. under the section titled 'GCFScape' there is a 'download' section.

http://nemesis.thewavelength.net/index.php?p=26

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