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SCA File decompile

Discussion in '3D Objects General' started by Southwest, 9/12/07.

  1. Southwest

    Southwest

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    i recently downloaded bgl analyzer and it created a sca.file if i want to ulter this scenery file how do i do this i don't really know what a sca.file is and how to change it.
    Any ideas.
    Thanks in advance
    Psmith
  2. chris.eve

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    This'll be a SCASM source file. See www.scasm.de for the compiler. Most of the information you'll need will be in the help files and documentation. They're a bit cryptic in places, but hey, it'd be no fun if it was too easy :D
  3. Southwest

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    thanks for the but what is the file i need to downlaod?
  4. PakMac

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    You need to download Scasm 2.96, along with the help files.

    David
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  5. Southwest

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    thanks i have downloaded the scasm the latest but an error says. this is a win32 application and needs command line parameters. please open a console window (dosbox)to enter command lines.

    What does this mean.
  6. arno

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    It means that SCASM is not a Windows program with a graphical user interface, it is a compiler that you can best call from the command prompt to compile the SCASM source file into a BGL file again.

    To edit the SCA file you will have to use a text editor, like notepad.
  7. PakMac

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    As Arno says or you can drag the SCA file onto the scasm.exe icon to compile it.

    David

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