This tool basically works like a mp3 tag manager : it allows to edit multiple song.ini files in a simple way, using a grid view (edit only, not create them). I think it can be usefull for fretters who create career packs.
To open files, you just have to drag/drop folders from Windows Explorer to the tool's grid : you can select multiple folders to drop, or just one, and the tool will open all the sub-folders within.
Each time you save a song.ini file, the previous version will be stored in a backup folder ...
- change song.ini fields, swap fields, basic text replacing
- auto fill fields by using folder name, rename folders by using ini files fields
- reset scores
- convert a jpg file to a 400px png (drop a file on the "convert album.png" label), shows where album.png is missing
- create a title.ini file using ini files content (I wrote this feature to create titles.ini files for my DLC folders, and I used a custom field named "dlc_info"...)
Piak wrote:In this new version you can configure your own tags. Just edit the config file (FretsOnFire.SongIniEditor.exe.config) with notepad, and add your own tags to the "AdditionalFields" entry:
<add key="AdditionalFields" value="cassettecolor;delay;eighthnote_hopo;force_background;hopofreq;loading_phrase;lyrics;tag;tags;tutorial;unlock_text;version;diff_guitar_real"/>
Then you just have to add the column with the "Add/Remove grid column" button.
Hope this helps ...
Download v1.0 here
The .NET framework 3.5 is required. I can upload the source code somewhere if someone wants to compile a linux build with Mono.
Edit (wolferacing) Added new version to first post.