Integrator is reaching its final complexity now

I have recently published preview executables of the Integrator 2012 location editor. The location editor is but a sub-tool of Integrator 2012 that uses intermediate results in order to let users have a go at editing locations.

Now, here’s the first executable that does not use any intermediate result: The main Integrator 2012 application. This application reads in a PRG file (e.g. a memory dump taken from The Last Ninja on a C64 emulator) and produces object and location definitions. Users are then able to edit locations using the location editor.

I might also go for an object editor at some point. We will see.

Here’s a very early stage of the main Integrator application:

Integrator 2012 Main application by Luigi Di Fraia

Integrator 2012 Main application

Integrator 2012 Main application by Luigi Di Fraia

Integrator 2012 Main application

 

Integrator 2012 Main application by Luigi Di Fraia

Integrator 2012 Main application

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