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Airline Generating Tool
#1
Hey guys!

As I am a Java Student, I made a little tool to generate an Airline. It's completely coded in Java, the GUI isnt very good, only textfields and Buttons, but I was bored Big Grin

At the moment, you can set:

Airline Name
Airline IATA
Airline HUB
Airline Strategy (Global, Domestic, etc)
Airline CEO
Airline Country Code
Airline Color
Airline ending year
Airline starting year
Airline Real or Fictional (True/False)
Airline Description
Airline prefered Aircrafts

You can put in all the Data into the Textfields, click confirm for every Textfield, click Finish at the end and the Tool will generate a .XML file which will be ready for use in TAP. As I am a Student, I want you guys to test the tool if there are any errors occuring and maybe the tool can be helpful for you too! A feature what will follow will be a way to implement an Airline Logo and more HUB Airports.

Any Ideas please in the Comments!


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#2
Oh my god!

Thank you so much, this will make my work waaaaay easier and faster.
If you could add a destinations option too, that would be even better, that way I could create the airlines in no time. Smile

I had something like this in my mind to create too, but my skills are too limited. Smile
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#3
(03-18-2018, 08:54 PM)picoo000 Wrote: Oh my god!

Thank you so much, this will make my work waaaaay easier and faster.
If you could add a destinations option too, that would be even better, that way I could create the airlines in no time. Smile

I had something like this in my mind to create too, but my skills are too limited. Smile

I'am glad that you like it! I will try to add the destination option until Tuesday. If there arent unexpected problems, it could be even tomorrow, but I dont know when I will be home tomorrow Big Grin
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#4
Nice tool and thanks for making it :-)
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#5
can't you make it an exe app ?
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#6
(03-19-2018, 08:49 AM)hei28ssk Wrote: can't you make it an exe app ?

Just download Java, it's free and easy to install, and most programs need it nowadays. Smile

At the end the program looks like an exe. Smile
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#7
You can get some inspiration from my tool that I have developed for the first version of the game:

TAPe x64 -> https://goo.gl/yJQx9H
TAPe x86 -> https://goo.gl/0e6LWZ

First you need to set up the path to the install of the first version ( v0.51 ) and then you can play with the airline modification/creation. Its much easier than this jar.
When the development of TAP v2 started, I quited to work on this editor as some of the data were moved.

You can still set the path to the old version and create new airlines but then you have to manually move them to the new v2 location.
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#8
(03-19-2018, 09:30 AM)rockerrullz Wrote: You can get some inspiration from my tool that I have developed for the first version of the game:

TAPe x64 -> https://goo.gl/yJQx9H
TAPe x86 -> https://goo.gl/0e6LWZ

First you need to set up the path to the install of the first version ( v0.51 ) and then you can play with the airline modification/creation. Its much easier than this jar.
When the development of TAP v2 started, I quited to work on this editor as some of the data were moved.

You can still set the path to the old version and create new airlines but then you have to manually move them to the new v2 location.

I will check it out and try to optimize the GUI Smile

(03-19-2018, 08:49 AM)hei28ssk Wrote: can't you make it an exe app ?

I'm only able to code in Java, so .jar is better for me...

(03-19-2018, 03:18 AM)pjank42 Wrote: Nice tool and thanks for making it :-)

Thanks Smile
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#9
doesn't work
when finished editing i confirmed all the options and clicked finish but nothing happened
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#10
(03-23-2018, 09:00 AM)hei28ssk Wrote: doesn't work
when finished editing i confirmed all the options and clicked finish but nothing happened

The .xml is there, where the .jar is Smile
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