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prineside 18/09/2015 03:55 PM

Prineside DevTools
 
If you are interested in some kind of tool that is not implemented yet, write about it in this topic.
Maybe it can be helpful for others and I'll try to develop it.


It's a big heap (>20) of different tools created by myself in last few years.
First I called it 'Developer's swiss knife' and wrote about it here (old topic), but it was discontinued because of two things - it was targeted on front-end framework (javascript) and I had no time for it's development.
In a few month my account was banned for SA-MP update critique and I lost access to that topic.

All of these tools are placed on one site so you don't have to download them or install anything.
Not all of those tools are targeted on SA-MP server development, many of them are used internally by Prineside team and can't be accessed without permission.

First of all that site was created to gather all of my tools in one place. Usualy I create something and drop it somewhere so it gets lost after some time and I'm going to create it again and again.

Main page with list of all available tools:

Prineside DevTools

Screenshot:
http://files.prineside.com/f/r/3d5e4b3f3dbc4e971a5e.jpg

Press an icon in the top left corner to open the menu
Press an icon in the top right corner to choose site language

Tools

http://dev.prineside.com/gtasa_samp_...icon_solid.png All SA-MP and GTA San Andreas objects gallery

http://files.prineside.com/f/r/a0360550a601468cc6fb.jpg

Info and screenshots of every object in the game, convenient search by text / ID / tag / category / position on map.

http://dev.prineside.com/gtasa_weath...icon_solid.png Complete GTA San Andreas Weather ID gallery

http://files.prineside.com/f/r/f0e548b24187c55d343d.jpg

Once I was searching for interesting weather IDs to use on my server, and understood that it may take a whole day to do it in game.
So I decided to create such a gallery. It also took one of my days but now you don't have to spend yours.
It's placed on my site, and you can view it using your favourite browser (gallery was developed on Chrome and tested on Firefox).

http://dev.prineside.com/gtasa_gangz...icon_solid.png GTA San Andreas gangzone editor

http://files.prineside.com/f/r/6b7eec226152ea373977.jpg

This thing allows you to edit and export gangzones for further using on your server. Probably, it's the most convenient way to create any kind of rectangular zones on San Andreas map.

Map editor works only with browser, it needs server just to download resources - even if you loose your network connection, exporting and saving will work. Map is saved in the browser's local storage, automatically. You don't have to save and load anything, don't be afraid to close the tab.

HeLiOn_PrImE 18/09/2015 05:10 PM

Re: Prineside DevTools
 
This website looks very promising. The weather gallery is awesome because of we can see the day/night transitions.
I do hope that you will make the tools available for everyone some time in the future. Object/Items search, for instance will always be a core tool.
And allow me to suggest an auto-indent tool. I know there are several tools out there, but as you said, having them in one place, is always a plus.

prineside 18/09/2015 05:23 PM

Re: Prineside DevTools
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by HeLiOn_PrImE (Post 3579610)
This website looks very promising. The weather gallery is awesome because of we can see the day/night transitions.
I do hope that you will make the tools available for everyone some time in the future. Object/Items search, for instance will always be a core tool.
And allow me to suggest an auto-indent tool. I know there are several tools out there, but as you said, having them in one place, is always a plus.

Item searching tool is used to search for items on our Delirium server (items are scripted things that can be picked / used / caried by players in their inventory). If I find any way to convert .DFFs to .OBJs, I'll add an object viewer or even online map editor. Since http://www.k-dst.de/ exists, I have no reason to create another object search / view site.

I gather only tools developed by me. Such tools as auto-indent are made by someone else who may want to keep them where they want. Maybe if I find any interesting open-source tool, I'll think to add this to my site

Michael B 18/09/2015 05:41 PM

Re: Prineside DevTools
 
That's great actually. The page looks really good, and seems to be very handful. It's good also that you've added multiple languages. Thanks for sharing with us!

HeLiOn_PrImE 18/09/2015 05:43 PM

Re: Prineside DevTools
 
I'll respect your decision, but keep in mind that k-dst doesn't provide any means of sorting those objects.
You still have to shuffle through the pages to find what you need. I'm not demanding anything, I'm just making suggestions.

prineside 20/09/2015 09:16 PM

Re: Prineside DevTools
 
Update:
- Improved weather gallery performance a bit.
- Weather gallery now has static pages with information about each weather ID.

To go to the page with information about particular weather, simply click on it in the gallery and select "Open in a new tab / widow". You can also click on link in weather player (it's placed right under timeline)

Those pages can be used as lite version of gallery (it has no JavaScript, less images and resizes nicely to any display size).

╠oreover, pages allow you to view any weather ID (<0 and >255) and tell the correct weather ID if it is not in default range. You can also enter any weather ID into field and view it - may be helpful if you spotted weather ID in someone's gamemode / filterscript but have no itea how it looks like.

http://files.prineside.com/f/r/503bfb726b9d49521a10.jpg

Example weather page (ID 0 at 12:00): click

prineside 27/09/2015 08:08 PM

Re: Prineside DevTools
 
Added Gangzone Editor, and guess what it does.

It's not that editor from Developer's swiss knife but a completely new thing.

Old editor changed map size accordingly to browser window size at the cost of accuracy, the new one works only in 1:1 zoom level (map is 6000px in width and height). In addition to regular scrollbars and mouse wheel I've added the minimap (fast) and right-click grabbing (precise) to move over the map.

I suggest you to read a small manual which appears when editor starts, as it can tell you more about new hotkeys and navigation.

Enjoy.
http://files.prineside.com/f/r/6b7eec226152ea373977.jpg

Ahmad45123 27/09/2015 08:35 PM

Re: Prineside DevTools
 
Awesome job mate :)

+REP

prineside 28/10/2015 11:14 PM

Re: Prineside DevTools
 
(Quote from topic: http://forum.sa-mp.com/showthread.php?p=3603155)

Quote:

Originally Posted by Joko147 (Post 3603155)
Great job, I can't wait to see it. Thank you so much! Can you leak the website here ?

It will be placed on this site (it's already placed here but still closed for development) as soon as it's done, and I'll also tell about it in this and my topic.

Btw, it is ready for release (all models are added and split by categories, text search also done but not properly tested yet), but I want to add a custom search, finish tag system and add some data (it takes too much time to assign tags and give a name to each model).

SecretBoss 29/10/2015 11:58 AM

Re: Prineside DevTools
 
What about the map editor?


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