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Edmachine

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Edmachine

well my question is this.... Witch is the best .SCM editor? It's just that I won't to make a mod (Somehow confused.gif ).... I have tried SA Mission Builder but it sucks dozingoff.gifconfused.gifsad.gif

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redviper88

I think this is the only mission editor for SA, but for me it seems to be working just fine (like VCMB).

What is your problem with this builder?

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Demarest
Which is best is a matter of opinion. SAMB doesn't really suck; it's more likely that you just don't understand the material you're working with. Nothing wrong with that; we all have to start somewhere. The Mission Builder's have traditionally been considered the "easiest" becuase it looks most like regular English. Additionally, it is the most widely used, so you're best likely to receive support for it.

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Y_Less

Or try Sanny Builder. The code format is similar to that of Mission Builder but it has some extra features including a class system if you want to use that and a few other adanced features I would recommend you stay well away from.

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Zarg

sorry for my bad english XD

it looks like no one knows the best scm editor

the best scm editor is a program called "Giddy"

http://www.tproc.org, But is only for vice city

i was looking for a giddy to edit san andreas scm, but i cant find

XD

if anyone find the san andreas giddy, please let me know

 

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BBumper

Go with Sanny Builder its fast and simple.

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Bernard Jazz

Yeah, Sanny builder is good.

 

Although i got a bollock twistingly annoying problem with a code i only spent 5 minutes on (and spent an hour trying to fix and failing miserably.. this has nothing to do with sanny builder, i just like ranting).

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Zarg

anyone knows giddy?

i think no

i tried sanny, giddy is better than sannybuilder

sannybuilder sux really!

you can download the vc version here http://vc-db.webtools4you.net

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grovespaz

I really prefer Sanny Builder,

 

@Zarg:

Why dont you like Sanny, i mean, give a reason be4 saying it sux..

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Edmachine

Well... The sanny worked on the original but not on the modded one so it's a problem

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spaceeinstein
Sanny worked on modded SCMs, too. Which modded SCM doesn't work for you?

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Edmachine

 

Sanny worked on modded SCMs, too. Which modded SCM doesn't work for you?

Your All in one v1.1

 

don't get mad I only wanted to test it biggrin.gifcolgate.gifsmile.gif

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Zarg

@Grovespaz:

i have so much reasons to say that giddy is so better than sannybuilder and Samb

but, my first languaje is Spanish

its really hard to explain my reasons in english

who understand spanish?

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Edmachine

none of those 2 pages I could find giddy is there another place?

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Un3462

giddy/gtama is generally better if you want to do more than just copy paste everything. sanny is also becoming better in that regard, with its class system and other features.

 

point is better still, because it also supports expressions (x*y+z*3, etc) and higher level language structures (if/then/else, while, for, switch, etc).

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Zarg

im dont know for technical details exactly

but i tried all sannybuilder and point features and my opinion is "giddy is simple, easy, fast, and for vc only sad.gif"

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random_download

The best thing about gtama is that it is open source.

If you plan on making a small change to the original scm, use SAMB or Sanny Builder.

If you want to write a new scm from scratch, use Point.

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Y_Less

That's just a front end to VCDisAsm by CyQ and GtaMa by Dan Strandberg, its no different to using Notepad - its the compilers that count.

 

Edit: bah, two people beat me to it!

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Zarg

any tool is useful for any work

that depends of the user

for example, i used giddy for modding in vc

and no problems, i used giddy for everything, and when i say everything i mean EVERYTHING!

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tastyBlackTiles

I am very sad for the program "Point". :cry::cry::cry:

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ZAZ

Jesus, you hit the mega bump challenge :wtf:

10,5 years, that's the total high score :r*:

please tell us how you could find this topic

Edited by ZAZ

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Nova7GFU

Point? What is it? still it works?

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SilverRST

Lol, I was curious about the title being '.SCM editor' untill I saw steve-m and Demarest which made me thinking it's a very old topic.

Good job, yumul04. And btw, google failed in getting the proper 'Point' for you're problem.

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X-Falcon

So We had know Sanny Builder is come from ancient time, and has be BEST Multifunction r* code editor till' now! :r*:

So don't waiting to Kiss Mr. Seemann! and Horray! :p

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Nova7GFU

I have to admit that he did a good job. Thanks Mr. Seemann!

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