LVLX File specification

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Post #1by Wohlstand » 17 Jul 2014, 18:51

This is a new Level file format, which will be used in the PGE as a main level file format.

One of the main differences when compared to the old LVL file format is that all parameters are marked. This allows you to place parameters in any order. New files will always be readable for old versions of the program, because of the unknown markers being ignored. And you have the freedom of adding new parameter markers in the file without losing compatibility.

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Post #2by Horikawa Otane » 15 Feb 2015, 3:07

So there's no current way to get this to play in the engine though is there?

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Post #3by Kevsoft » 15 Feb 2015, 10:29

Horikawa Otane wrote:So there's no current way to get this to play in the engine though is there?
If you mean the SMBX engine, then no.

But I could hack the saving/loading function of SMBX, but the question is: Is it worth it?
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