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camp-synt1.0 is here..

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hello there and thanks to developpers for this wonderful game!

When I decided to write a scenario/campaign I was stucked by the difficulty to learn exactly how to code it: template code and reference was not enough precise and, because I'm very lazy, I decided to write a generator of templates.

Now here attached you have the result of this sparetime work. It is a Perl script and I have packed it to an win32 executable file to be run from command line. It is designed to work both 1.6.5 and 1.7 version (but more oriented to the future..) and can generate working campaigns (tested on both previous mentioned version).
It aims to be portable also but I have tested only on one platform (please send feedback on your platform if it works).

I really want to know where the WML need to be corrected and I'll very like if WML gurus can add comment to the various cfg files to explicate in deeper the code.

May this work help someone to learn WML and to write amusing campaigns!
mercurius999

PS version is now 1.0.1 with minor changes applied


PPS version 1.0.2 Mar 2016 succesfully create a campaign loadable with Wesnoth 1.12.5
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camp-synt1.0.2.rar
# 1.0.2 fixed open for read
# fixed example name to relfect new paths and names
#add error message for possible mispelled unit name
# 1.0.1b version given as string
# 1.0.1 #fixed minor hero type and recalling
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camp-synt1.0.1.rar
old version
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Last edited by mercurius999 on March 10th, 2016, 12:20 pm, edited 2 times in total.

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mercurius999 wrote:Now here attached you have the result of this sparetime work. It is a Perl script and I have packed it to an win32 executable file to be run from command line. ...
If I am correct, that means that this will not run on a mac :( . I am a mac user, and I am wondering if there was any way that you could make this program mac friendly :hmm: ? If you can't I understand, but if you can I would greatly appreciate it.
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*Another mac user signs the petition.*
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King_Elendil I think Mac have Perl installed in the core or is disponible to install.. I know nothing about Mac.. but can you try from your shell something like perl -v and see what appen.
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you can run perl scripts on a mac from the shell, see here: http://developer.apple.com/internet/ope ... pting.html

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mercurius999 wrote:King_Elendil I think Mac have Perl installed in the core or is disponible to install.. I know nothing about Mac.. but can you try from your shell something like perl -v and see what appen.
m*
Maybe (I don't really know), but I do know that a mac cannot open .exe files. If you could package it in a different file-type, that would probably make it work.
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all you need is the perl script itself - the exe is just for windows users where perl is not installed per default...

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OK I am a little lost. Can someone who uses a mac tell me how to open/use this?
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Hopefully no one will mind that I'm posting to an older thread here. This thread is still linked to from the "Authoring Tools" page, though, and I wanted to post something I discovered trying to get camp-synt1.0.1 to work on Linux.

After running the PERL script in terminal, I had a problem with the filetype encoding of the "_main.cfg" file. Although I could read it in VIM, I could not get any other text editor to open the file. After a little detective work I found the cause was line 25:

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    text="camp-synt1.0.1.pl "

so I changed it to this:

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    text="Made using Camp-Synt by mercurius999"
...and now it works fine. I think the encoding problem is the space right before the quotes in the original code.

I'm new here, so I just thought I'd share this as my first post on these forums. ;)

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mFragin wrote:Hopefully no one will mind...

...and now it works fine. I think the encoding problem is the space right before the quotes in the original code.

I'm new here, so I just thought I'd share this as my first post on these forums. ;)
Welcome to the forums mFragin, and old thread or not, thanks for taking the time to fix something that wasn't working so others can use it, that's never a bad first post!

Does it work on the current versions as well?
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Turuk wrote:Does it work on the current versions as well?
The version on the first post here ("camp-synt-1.0.1.rar") produces the error. In my last message I told which line of the produced _main.cfg file had the problem, but today I had time to track down the part of the PERL script itself:

Line 225 of camp-synt1.0.1.pl is

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    text="'.$0.' '.$VERSION.'"
I believe on Linux the VERSION variable is null and that's causing the _main.cfg file to show up as a binary file, not a text file.

So I changed my copy of camp-synt1.0.1.pl to

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     text="'.$0.'"
...and the resulting _main.cfg file is now recognized as a text file, not a binary file. I could zip up a version and attach here, but maybe the top post should be updated?

Note: I'm no PERL programmer, so although I got it fixed, I'd need to look more at line 9 of the program, as I think that's where the version was supposedly set, as maybe that's turning up null instead of having the version set:

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my $VERSION = 1.0.1; #fixed minor hero type and recalling
At any rate, the workaround is in the discussion thread. Just glad to have it working, as it's a great little script. :D Also, thanks for the welcom, Turuk! I hope to help out around here a little, as I use Wesnoth in some of the classes I teach, and it's the main focus of our school's computer club. :eng:

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mFragin wrote:At any rate, the workaround is in the discussion thread. Just glad to have it working, as it's a great little script. Also, thanks for the welcom, Turuk! I hope to help out around here a little, as I use Wesnoth in some of the classes I teach, and it's the main focus of our school's computer club.
Certainly, always glad to have more users coming around and contributing! Nice to hear that you're spreading it to children so they can grow up and keep this game going. :P
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Ok sorry i was away for a while...

the problem as wisely spotted was on the version string resulting undef as string (but valid)
force the stringyfication of the version number online 9 must suffice.

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#!perl
use strict;
use Getopt::Long;
use File::Spec;
use File::Path ;
use Fcntl;
################################################################################
### options  from command line and varz declaration
my $VERSION = '1.0.1'; #fixed minor hero type and recalling
my %wesk;
my ($camp,$scennum,@heroes,@units,@scen_nam);
my ($dump,$force_rewrite,$syso_flag,$syso_err,$wespath);
my ($cur_dir,$root,@dirs,$addons);

&helpme()if( ! GetOptions(
                          'camp=s' => \$camp,
                          'num=i'  => \$scennum,
                          'heros=s' =>\@heroes,
                          'units=s' =>\@units,
                          'scen=s' =>\@scen_nam,
                          'dump'   => \$dump,
                          'force'  => \$force_rewrite,
                          'wesnothpath=s'  => \$wespath,
                       ) or !$camp );
$syso_flag = defined $force_rewrite ? O_WRONLY|O_CREAT : O_WRONLY|O_CREAT|O_EXCL;
$syso_err =  defined $force_rewrite ? "ERROR on forced rewrite of " : "NOT rewriting existing file: ";
$cur_dir = File::Spec->curdir();
$cur_dir = File::Spec->rel2abs
        unless ( File::Spec->file_name_is_absolute($cur_dir) );
$root  = File::Spec->catdir($cur_dir,$camp);
$addons = (defined $wespath && $wespath =~/1\.6/ ? 'campaigns' : 'add-ons');
$wesk{root}=$root;
@dirs=qw (scenarios maps units images portraits story utils translations sounds);
$wesk{dir}=[@dirs];
######### _main.cfg creation
$wesk{_main}={
              file=>'_main.cfg',
              dir=>undef,
              templ=>\&_main_templ,
};
######### _server.pbl creation
$wesk{_server}={
              file=>'_server.pbl',
              dir=>undef,
              templ=>\&_server_templ,
};
######### deaths.cfg creation
$wesk{deaths}={
              file=>'deaths.cfg',
              dir=>'utils',
              templ=>\&deaths_templ,
};
######### route.cfg creation
$wesk{route}={
              file=>'route.cfg',
              dir=>'utils',
              templ=>\&route_templ,
};
######### story.cfg creation
$wesk{story}={
              file=>'story.cfg',
              dir=>'utils',
              templ=>\&story_templ,
};
######### utils.cfg creation
$wesk{utils}={
              file=>'utils.cfg',
              dir=>'utils',
              templ=>\&utils_templ,
};
#varz
@wesk{qw(camp_name wespath author camp_acron)} = @{[$camp,$wespath,'TheAuthor',&acron(&descr($camp))]};
#### how many scenarios?
$wesk{scen_num}=defined $scen_nam[0]?scalar @scen_nam:$scennum||2;
######### scenarios tree and map creation
foreach my $lvl (1..$wesk{scen_num}) {
                          my $prefixed = sprintf '%02d',$lvl;
                          my $name =  $scen_nam[$lvl-1] ||$wesk{camp_name}.'_part_'.$lvl;
                          $prefixed.='_'.$name;
                          my $follower=( $lvl<$wesk{scen_num}?
                                         ((sprintf '%02d',$lvl+1).'_'.($scen_nam[$lvl] ||
                                            $wesk{camp_name}.'_part_'.($lvl+1))):
                                         undef);
                          push @{$wesk{scenarios}},{
                                                      file=>$prefixed.'.cfg',
                                                      dir=>'scenarios',
                                                      templ=>\&scen_templ,
                                                      seeds =>[$prefixed,$follower],
                          };
                          push @{$wesk{maps}},{
                                                file=>$prefixed.'.map',
                                                dir=>'maps',
                                                templ=>\&map_templ,
                                                seeds =>[$prefixed],
                          };
}
######### units tree creation
foreach my $unit (@units){
        my ($name,$race,$from)=split /\./,$unit;
        push @{$wesk{units}},{
                                file=>$name.'.cfg',
                                dir=>'units',
                                seeds=>[$name,($race||'humans'),($from||'Peasant')],
                                templ=>\&unit_templ,

        };

}
######### heroes tree creation
foreach my $hero (@heroes){
        my ($name,$type)=split /\./,$hero;
        push @{$wesk{heroes}},{
                                name=>$name,
                                type=>$type||'Peasant',
                              }

}
if (defined $dump){print Dumper (\%wesk)}

################################################################################
######## recipit complete start cooking

#### dirs
for my $dir($wesk{root},@{$wesk{dir}}){
            if ($dir ne $wesk{root}){
                                    $dir = File::Spec->catdir($wesk{root},$dir);
                                    }
            if (-d $dir) {
                          print "already exists $dir\n";
                          next;
                          }
            else{ mkdir $dir || die "unable to create $dir"}
            print "created $dir\n";
}
#### files
for my $f ($wesk{_main},$wesk{_server},$wesk{story},$wesk{deaths},$wesk{route},$wesk{utils},
            @{$wesk{scenarios}},@{$wesk{maps}},@{$wesk{units}}
            )
                {
                  &gently_do($f->{file},$f->{dir},$f->{templ},@{$f->{seeds}})#akatasbrah
}
################################################################################
####        SUBS
################################################################################
sub gently_do{
                my $file = shift;
                my $dir = shift;
                my $filler= shift;
                my $data = &$filler(@_);
                my $path=File::Spec->catfile($wesk{root},$dir,$file);
                if (sysopen(FH, $path, $syso_flag))   {
                      print FH $data if $data;
                      close FH;
                      print "wrote file $path\n";
                }
                else{print $syso_err," $path\n";}
}
################################################################################
sub descr {my $a =shift;$a =~s/\.\w{3}$//g;$a =~ s/^\d\d_//g; $a =~ s/_/ /g;return $a}
################################################################################
sub acron {my $n=shift; $n=~s/(?<=\w)\w|\s//g;return uc $n}
################################################################################
sub unit_templ{

        my ($name,$race,$from)=@_;
        my $templ;
        $race = 'humans' unless defined $race;
        $from = 'Peasant' unless defined $from;
        $from.='.cfg';
        unless (-d $wesk{wespath}){
                print "WARNING: path to wesnoth files (now set to'$wesk{wespath}') not specified while new unit specified ",
                      "to be copied from $race/$from.\n";
                      my $supposed = File::Spec->catdir('..','..','..',File::Spec->curdir());
                      $supposed = File::Spec->rel2abs($supposed);
                      print "WARNING: supposing a path for wesnoth files at: $supposed\n";
                      $wesk{wespath} = $supposed;


        }
        my $orig = File::Spec->catfile($wesk{wespath},'data','core','units',$race,$from);
        unless (-e $orig){
                print "WARNING: $orig not found! No unit will be created. Rerun with a correct -w option.\n";
                return;
        }
        my $new = $name.'.cfg';
        my $udescr = &descr($name);
               open FROM, "<$orig" || die "Unable to open $orig. May be -w option incorrect? now set to:$wesk{wespath}";
                while (<FROM>){
                                s/#textdomain.+$/#textdomain wesnoth-$wesk{camp_name}/;
                                s/id=.+$/id=$udescr/;
                                s/name= _ ".+"$/name= _ "$udescr"/;
                                $templ.=$_;
                }
        close FROM;
        return $templ;
}
sub utils_templ{undef}
################################################################################
sub _main_templ{
    my $templ;
    $templ.='[textdomain]
    name="wesnoth-'.$wesk{camp_name}.'"
    path="data/'.$addons.'/'.$wesk{camp_name}.'/translations"
[/textdomain]
#textdomain wesnoth-'.$wesk{camp_name}.'

[campaign]
  abbrev= _ "'.$wesk{camp_acron}.'"
  id='.$wesk{camp_name}.'

  name= _ "'.&descr($wesk{camp_name}).'"
  define='.$wesk{camp_name}.'

  icon=units/human-peasants/peasant.png
  description= _ "TEMPLATE DESCRIPTION GENERATED BY '.$0.'"
  image=portraits/humans/peasant.png

  difficulties=EASY,NORMAL,HARD
  difficulty_descriptions= _ "&units/human-peasants/peasant-idle-6.png=Easy;*&units/human-peasants/peasant.png=Medium;&units/human-peasants/woodsman.png=Hard"

  first_scenario='.$wesk{scenarios}[0]{seeds}[0].'

  [about]
    title= _ "Author = '.$wesk{author}.' -> Powered  by Perl"
    text="'.$0.' '.$VERSION.'"
  [/about]


  [about]
    title= _ "Current Maintainer"
    text="Your Name"
  [/about]


[/campaign]

#ifdef '.$wesk{camp_name}.'


[binary_path]
  path='.$addons.'/'.$wesk{camp_name}.'
[/binary_path]


# Load campaign utilities first
{~'.$addons.'/'.$wesk{camp_name}.'/utils}


# Add custom units
[+units]
  {~'.$addons.'/'.$wesk{camp_name}.'/units}
[/units]


# Add scenarios
{~'.$addons.'/'.$wesk{camp_name}.'/scenarios}


#endif

';

    return $templ;
}
################################################################################
sub _server_templ {
    my $templ='title="'.&descr($wesk{camp_name}).'"
type="campaign"
icon="images/units/human-peasants/peasant.png"
version="0.0.0"
author="Droidly generated by the power of Perl"
passphrase="it prevents others from modifying the version of your campaign on the campaign server"
description="A skeleton of your Great Campaign"
email="put@your.mail"
';
    return $templ;
}
################################################################################
sub story_templ {
    #my @scenarios = @_;
    my $templ='#textdomain wesnoth-'.$wesk{camp_name}."\n";
    foreach my $part (1..$wesk{scen_num}){
        #my $name= &descr($wesk{scenarios}[$part-1]{file});
        #$name=~s/\s+/_/g;
        my $name =$wesk{scenarios}[$part-1]{seeds}[0];
        $templ.='#define '.$wesk{camp_acron}.'_STORY_'.$name.'
[story]
  [part]
    music=gameplay01.ogg
    story= _ "The story of the '.&descr($name).' scenario."
    background=maps/wesnoth.png
  [/part]

[/story]
#enddef


';
    }
    return $templ;
}
################################################################################
sub route_templ {
    #my @scenarios = @_;
    my $templ='#textdomain wesnoth-'.$wesk{camp_name}."\n";
    foreach my $part(1..$wesk{scen_num}){
        my $name= $wesk{scenarios}[$part-1]{seeds}[0];
        #$name=~s/\s+/_/g;
        $templ.='#define '.$wesk{camp_acron}.'_ROUTE_'.$name.'
[story]
  [part]
    background=maps/wesnoth.png
    show_title=yes
    {OLD_JOURNEY 100 150}
    {OLD_REST  150 150}
    {NEW_REST  200 150}
    {NEW_JOURNEY 250 150}
    {NEW_BATTLE 250 200}
    {NEW_JOURNEY 250 250}
  [/part]
[/story]
#enddef

';
    }
    return $templ;
}
################################################################################
sub deaths_templ {
    my @heroes = @_;
    my $templ ='#textdomain wesnoth-'.$wesk{camp_name}."\n".
    '#define '.$wesk{camp_acron}.'_DEATHS'."\n\n";
    foreach my $h (@{$wesk{heroes}}){
                    $templ.='[event]
    name=die
    [filter]
        id='.&descr($h->{name}).'
    [/filter]
    [message]
        speaker=unit
        message= _ "'.&descr($h->{name}).'\'s final words"
    [/message]
    #[endlevel]
    #    result=defeat
    #[/endlevel]

[/event]

'."\n\n";
    }
    $templ.='#enddef '.$wesk{camp_acron}.'_DEATHS'."\n\n";
    return $templ;
}
################################################################################
sub scen_templ {
    my ($name,$next)=@_;
    my $friends;
    for my $fr(1..$#{$wesk{heroes}}) {

		if ($name =~/^01/){
			$friends.='[unit]'."\n\tside=1\n".'
			id='.&descr($wesk{heroes}[$fr]{name}).'
			name= _ "'.&descr($wesk{heroes}[$fr]{name}).'"
			type='.&descr($wesk{heroes}[$fr]{type}).'
			# placement=leader   #1.7.5?
			x,y=3,3
			find_vacant=yes
			[/unit]
			
			';
		}
		else{$friends.='[recall]'."\n\tid=".&descr($wesk{heroes}[$fr]{name})."\n".'[/recall]'."\n";}
    }
    
    my $templ ='#textdomain wesnoth-'.$wesk{camp_name}.'

[scenario]
  name= _ "'.&descr($name).'"
  id='.$name."\n  next_scenario=".(defined $next ? $next:"null")."\n".

  '

  map_data="{~'.$addons.'/'.$wesk{camp_name}.'/maps/'.$name.'.map}"


  {SCENARIO_MUSIC "gameplay01.ogg"}
  {TURNS 25 20 15}


  {MORNING}
  {AFTERNOON}
  {DUSK}
  {FIRST_WATCH}
  {SECOND_WATCH}
  {DAWN}


  victory_when_enemies_defeated=yes
  disallow_recall=no


  {'.$wesk{camp_acron}.'_STORY_'.$name.'}
  {'.$wesk{camp_acron}.'_ROUTE_'.$name.'}
  {'.$wesk{camp_acron}.'_DEATHS'.'}

  [side]

    type=Peasant
    id='.&descr($wesk{heroes}[0]{name}).'
    name= _ "'.&descr($wesk{heroes}[0]{name}).'"

    side=1
    controller=human
    team_name="'.&descr($wesk{heroes}[0]{name}).' team"
    description="'.&descr($wesk{heroes}[0]{name}).' description"
    {GOLD 150 125 100}
    canrecruit=yes
    recruit=Peasant

    fog=no
    shroud=no


  [/side]


  [side]
    side=2
    team_name=enemies
    description=Enemy Name
    type=Horseman
    canrecruit=yes
    recruit=Peasant
    {GOLD 150 200 250}
    [ai]
            recruitment_pattern=fighter
            aggression=2
            caution=0.05
            village_value=0.05
            leader_value=4.25
    [/ai]

  [/side]

[event]
	name=prestart
	'.$friends.'

[/event]



  [event]
    name=start
    
    [message]
      description=
      message= _ " HERE STARTS THE SHOW OF THE SCENARIO '.&descr($name).'!"
    [/message]
    [objectives]
      side=1
      [objective]
        description= _ "Victory Condition"
        condition=win
      [/objective]
      [objective]
        description= _ "Death of Hero"
        condition=lose
      [/objective]
      [objective]
        description= _ "Turns run out"
        condition=lose
      [/objective]
    [/objectives]
  [/event]

[/scenario]


';
}
################################################################################
sub map_templ {
                my $templ;
                my ($x,$y) = (12,12);
                my @map=map{  [('Gg,') x ($x-1), 'Gg']    }0..$y;

                $map[2][2]='1 Ke,';
                $map[2][3]='Ce,';

                $map[$x-2][$y-3]='2 Ke,';
                $map[$x-2][$y-4]='Ce,';
                
                map {unshift @map, [$_] }"","usage=map","border_size=1";
                for my $row(@map){

                    $templ.= join '          ', @{$row};
                    $templ.= "\n";
            }
                return $templ;
}
################################################################################
sub helpme {
            print <<EOH;

USAGE:
$0 -c -n -s [-s] -h [-h] -u [-u] -f -w

Warning: put underscores instead of spaces or include in double quotes (eg: a_string or "a string")
Warning: you can use long or short notations for options:
         -c A_str  is the same of -c "A str" and of --campaign=A_str and --campaign="A str"


OPTIONS:
-c Name_with_underscores or  "Name in quotes". This option is mandatory.
-n Number of scenarios if not provided scenario's names via -s option
-s First_scenario [-s Second_scenario -s Third_scenario -s End]
   one or more scenario names provided in sequential order
-h Hero_Name [-h Best_Friend -h My_Dog.Wolf]
   one or more hero names to create and use in the story.
   If the name contains a '.' (dot sign) everything following it is considerd as the type of that unit.
-u new_Unit [-u Another_one -u Last]
   one or more new unit types to be included in the private units folder.
   If the name contains two dot signs it will be splitted this way: new_unit_name, race, copied_from
   like in: Farm_rebel.humans.Peasant
   This need -w option properly set.
-f Force the rewrite of an existing file.
-w Wesnoth path (in double quotes if containing spaces) to access original units.
   If this option is set and the path match 1.6 then the directory 'campaigns' is used instead of 'add-ons'.

EXAMPLES:
-c Camp_Name  -n  3
-c Camp_Name  -n  3 -f
-c Camp_Name  -s Scenario_One  -s Scenario_Two
-c Camp_Name  -s Scenario_One  -s Scenario_Two -h Hero_Name -u New_unit
-c Camp_Name  -s One -s Two -h Hero_Name -h His_Friend -u New_unit -u New_Bowman
-c Camp_Name  -s One -s Two -h Hero -h Friend.New_Bowman -u New_Bowman
-c Camp_Name  -s One -s Two -h Hero.New_Bowman -u New_Bowman.humans.Peasant


This program was originally written by mercurius999 A T wesnoth forum
This program is free software and can be modified and redistributed as Perl itself.
This software come with no warranty at all.



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