[TOOL] Final Fantasy CC: The Crystal Bearers Text Editor

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  1. ::Phoenix::
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    Hi all, I'm new in this community.
    I created this topic for presenting me and my editor.

    This is a cross-platform, open source tool written in C++ intented to be used to help people translating the dialouges' text of Final Fanatasy CC: The Crystal Bearers.

    The game DVD contains 2 archives which can be unpacked with an external tool made by Vash. Once extracted, you can use this tool to edit files containing text.
    This editor provides a database based system to store info about file types (each archive contains about 1500 files [​IMG]). Once the database is ready, you will be able to work only on necessary files. You can also specify a list of headers to be excluded while parsing files.

    The core library makes extensive use of the core wxWidgets library. wxWidgets GUI components are used for the User Interface.
    FFCBEditor is unicode enabled and multi-language using wxWidgets internationalization facilities (gettext).

    For more details and code/binaries downloads: Project Page

    When finished, I'll add a user's guide in the wiki section.
     
  2. TempusC

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    That’s great. It’s good to see a few more games opening up to translations. Even the english one could use an overhaul in my opinion [​IMG].

    Hopefully people using this will make use of Riivolution for easy testing as well.
     
  3. Omega191

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    This looks great, thanks for the contribution to game hacking!
     
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    Thats for damn sure! Ive heard better engrish at the china garden restaraunt
     
  5. TempusC

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    Engrish is for Japanese, not chinese. Chinese has distinct sounds for phonetic r and l, though neither are exactly the same as western equivalents.
     

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