The MAPFool application was developed to be a small tool that let you pre-process your map file before bringing it into Hammer 4.0 to perform several upgrade tasks, to make the amount of rework you have to do in Hammer a lot less.
The basic process is simple: Start MAPFool, open a map file, run some upgrades on it, then save the modified map file. Finally, fire up Hammer 4.0 and import the modified map file. You will now have a lot less rework ahead of you.
Note that your map must be in the MAP format (i.e., a structured text file with the .map extension) – MAPFool will not read the Hammer .rtf format. If you only have the .rtf files, you’ll need to load them in an older version of Hammer and export them as .map files before you can use them with MAPFool.
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There are two main upgrades you can perform with MAPFool: you can perform all the upgrades, and then export the modified map file back out to your.rtf file. Or, you can perform certain upgrades and export the map file that has been modified.
There are several upgrades you can perform in MAPFool:
Split lines into columns
Sort lines (also called reorder lines)
Split lines into fixed-width columns
Fill in columns with a static value
Replace text in columns
The general structure of a MAP file is very simple. Each line (which is called a row) consists of the following four fields:
[Field Name] [Length] [Value] [Flags]
The Length field is a four-digit hexadecimal number, indicating the number of bytes in the associated column. It is not necessary to understand how that works to understand MAPFool.
All rows that are not fixed-width (i.e., none of the four fields are used) are a single line that starts with the Sequence/Map Header row and ends with the Data/Row Ending row. Each row is separated from the next by the Row End separator character. There are also a number of reserved characters that do not have a purpose in MAP files:
Sequence/Map Header row
Sequence/Map Trailer row
Data/Row Header row
Row End row
MAPFool can be used to remove lines from a MAP file. Once the lines have been deleted, you can choose to export the file with the remaining lines or remove the remaining lines from the original file. You can also remove lines by using certain command line options, such as “-b” or “-f” to indicate the lines to be removed.
An example of deleting lines:
MAPFool -i mymap.map -l 15 -b “Sequence/Map Header” -f
The -i option will ask for the input file, “mymap.map”. The -l 15 specifies the number of lines to be removed, which could be useful in some cases to get rid of the Sequence/Map Trailer row if you don’t care about the reserved characters. The -b tells MAPFool to begin by removing the sequence/map header line (otherwise, the
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M -‘macro’ key (used for command lines to pass macro substitution or other syntax additions to the map file. MAPFool Free Download will not read the MAP (which is the same as the command line (CS) format), so you will need to take your map file into another application and save it as a MAP file.
A – ‘add’ key. If you have file or map lines that are not in the original, you can add them with this macro key. For example: MAP>A sample.rtf.
R -‘remove’ key. If you want to get rid of a line or group of lines that exist in the original but are not in the new, you can do it with this macro key.
O – ‘override’ key. If you have some old lines that you want to keep but are no longer in the new version of the map, you can add the line to a group with this macro key.
D – ‘delete’ key. If you want to get rid of a line or group of lines that exist in the new version of the map but not in the old, you can use this macro key to get rid of them.
Other command line options:
>> – prepend ‘>>’ to the command line to add the command to the command line. (NOTE: prepend the ‘>>’ to your command line, and don’t forget to remove it when you are finished with the command.)
>> END>> – add a ‘>>’ to the command line. (NOTE: prepend the ‘>>’ to your command line, and don’t forget to remove it when you are finished with the command.)
>> END END>> – add a ‘>>’ to the command line. (NOTE: prepend the ‘>>’ to your command line, and don’t forget to remove it when you are finished with the command.)
>> END, – add a ‘>>’ to the command line. (NOTE: prepend the ‘>>’ to your command line, and don’t forget to remove it when you are finished with the command.)
>>END, – add a ‘>>’ to the command line. (NOTE: prepend the ‘>>’ to your command line, and don’t forget to remove it when you are finished with the command.)
>> – prepend ‘>>’ to the command line to add
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Hammer 4.0 comes with the option of upgrading maps to newer Hammer formats. In this version, we added some features, and fixed several issues. Some of these are useful to users and Hammer 4.0 and later users, and others are useful to Hammer 4.0 developers.
This application performs an upgrade on your map to the newer format. You have to run it in a new project file, which gives you the option of having the map’s project file updated in-place, or if you don’t want to do that, it saves the map file as a new project file with the same name.
Hammer 4.0.1 and later features:
Flexible file reading: You can now read in the old Hammer formats, and the new formats – simply by changing the setting in the Hammer configuration file! This is great if you have two maps with the same name, which use different formats.
Flexible project file writing: You can now write to the new project file formats, even if you don’t have the old ones.
Some of the upgrades are simply to fix bugs, or to update how some things work in the new Hammer 4.0.1 project format. But some of them are simply useful updates, such as the new project file saving method and the readability of project files. Some of these upgrades are only useful to Hammer 4.0 users, and some are useful to both Hammer 4.0 and later users.
Old Hammer 4.0 formats:
Fixed the conversion of text nodes from backwards to the new format.
Fixed the conversion of multi-line text nodes from backwards to the new format.
Added the ability to remove the last text block in a map file.
Added the ability to set the project file name in the new Hammer 4.0 project format.
Added a log to MAPFool to show when the map file is loaded, and when the map is upgraded.
Added text nodes to the map editor, which can be used as text blocks.
Updated the project editor to load map files in a new format, and save project files in a new format.
New Hammer 4.0 formats:
Fixed the source-less text nodes in the map editor. It should now properly allow text blocks to be put on a map.
Added some more units to the
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This is a simple to use, easy to implement tool to make sure your map file is as good as it can be before you bring it into Hammer.
– Run some Hammer upgrades on your map file.
– Run the upgrades multiple times, and save the modified map file.
– Import the modified map file into Hammer 4.0.
– Review the changes in Hammer.
– Review the changes made by the MAPFool process in the text file representing the modified map file.
– Generate a.map file from the text file representing the modified map file.
– Import the.map file back into Hammer to use.
1. Open a map file with MAPFool.
2. Run upgrades on the map file.
3. Save the.map file as ‘Upgrade.map’.
4. Go to the Hammer main menu > User Extensions > Upgrade Manager, and import the file ‘Upgrade.map’.
5. Choose the upgrades to be run, and click the ‘Upgrade’ button.
6. The ‘Upgrade.map’ file will be loaded in Hammer 4.0.
7. Hammer will check to make sure the map file is in the proper format, and ask you if you want to update the Main.txt file. If you say yes, then Hammer will finish installing the upgrades, and restart itself, so you can review it after you reboot.
1. Copy the file “MAPFool.exe” from the file ‘MAPFool.zip’ to the \ directory on your Hammer installation folder.
2. Open Hammer, and load the “Upgrade.map” file.
3. Start the Hammer upgrade manager, and use the ‘Launch Upgrade Manager’ button.
4. Choose the upgrades to be run.
5. Run the upgrades.
6. To start the next round of upgrades, open Hammer, and open the “Upgrade.map” file.
7. Choose the upgrades to be run, and click the ‘Upgrade’ button.
8. Close Hammer and launch MAPFool.
9. Click the ‘MAPFool’ button.
10. Click the ‘Run MAPFool’ button.
11. The “Upgrade.map” file will be loaded in MAPFool, and the upgrades will be run.
12. If the file appears to have changed, click the ‘Edit’ button.
13. Click the ‘Save as…’ button to save the new.map file.
14. Run Hammer 4.0.
15. Import the.map file you just generated in Hammer.
16. Go to the Hammer main menu > User Extensions > Upgrade Manager, and import the.map file you generated.
17. Click the ‘Review’ button,
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