BSP Viewer v1.5.4 - NemPosted: Aug 11th, 2005 - 11:41:06 pm
  • BV - Added additional info to log.
  • BV - Fixed .wad log output.
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1. HammHaiPosted: Aug 29th, 2005 - 1:37:15 pm
luxuf

2. cryennePosted: Sep 17th, 2005 - 3:47:46 am
hello

i dont understand
it s so long to navigate in to the map

before no problem

3. NemPosted: Sep 17th, 2005 - 10:34:53 am
Press shift?

4. cryennePosted: Sep 28th, 2005 - 2:46:24 am
hello
probleme with dod source

Error loading BSP file: Invalid Half-Life BSP file format.


5. saracenModified: Sep 28th, 2005 - 5:26:23 pm
To #4, its not a source bsp viewer.

Nem, is the source code released for this? I can't find it.

Also, was wondering if theres a possibility mdl files could be loaded (Would make a nice addition to HLlib)

And btw, wtf? Are you the cleverest man alive. Look at all these tools!

6. NemPosted: Sep 30th, 2005 - 3:26:03 pm
I have not released the source code to BSP Viewer anywhere; the code is far too messy...

And I'm not too sure how one would add .mdl support to HLLib seeing as it treats files as file systems. Do you mean HL1 .mdl files for texture extraction? A little unrelated, but HLLib needs a rewrite to remove it from C++ dependencies to make it more flexible (I've had several VB and Delphi users that have wanted to use it). I have been planning a HLLib v2.0.0 but it is just on thing on my mile long todo list.

happy

7. saracenPosted: Oct 2nd, 2005 - 4:18:19 pm
Ah, my bad. I've never actually used HLlib and misunderstood its uses.

Anyway, what I did mean by mdl support was for example: The chickens in the counter-strike map, cs_italy would be rendered.

(Hmm.... wouldnt it be nice if a standalone HLTV dem viewer could be made from all of this =))

8. gnomeModified: Nov 1st, 2008 - 11:16:07 pm
Hi Nem!
I wanted to port a CSCZ map (.bsp) to CSS map (.bsp).
Now I have used this bsp viewer to export it as .map, but now what should I do to compile it to CSS .bsp?
Your help will be highly appreciated nem.

Thank You :)

GnomE

9. Immortal_BLGPosted: Nov 8th, 2008 - 1:56:10 am
I WANT THE SOURCE CODE OF THIS!!! Is this project with open source code?

10. NemPosted: Nov 8th, 2008 - 3:50:53 pm
gnome:
Hi Nem!
I wanted to port a CSCZ map (.bsp) to CSS map (.bsp).
Now I have used this bsp viewer to export it as .map, but now what should I do to compile it to CSS .bsp?
Your help will be highly appreciated nem.

Thank You :)

GnomE
You can compile the map using Hammer or my Batch Compiler. I would, however, expect you to have some errors that will need resolving.

Immortal_BLG:
I WANT THE SOURCE CODE OF THIS!!! Is this project with open source code?
Sorry. sad

11. Immortal_BLGModified: Nov 8th, 2008 - 9:48:02 pm
Whether then can you tell me how you open BSP a file. With the help standard bspfile.h and bspfile.cpp from HL-SDK, or by your other method?

And at me to you one more question, truth it does not concern your programs (well can if only BSP Viewer (if use map topology for pathfinding, but there there are a lot of minuses)) I make bots for CS 1.6 and would like in them to carry out NavMesh methods for navigation, could you help me with info in this occasion (maybe links, or something else)?

P.S sorry for my bad english, I used a translator, and sorry for stupid questions.

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