[XP][VX][VXA] Easy Script Importer/Exporter

Started by KK20, June 11, 2015, 04:15:28 pm

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June 11, 2015, 04:15:28 pm Last Edit: January 21, 2019, 10:59:24 pm by KK20
Easy Script Importer/Exporter
Authors: KK20
Version: 4.0
Type: Scripts2Files
Key Term: Scripting Tool



Introduction

Ever wanted to export your RPG Maker scripts to .rb files, make changes to them in another text editor, and then import them back into your project? Look no further, fellow scripters.
ESIE is easy to use!



Features


  • Plug-n-use (not play--this does nothing for your game itself) with minimal configuration

  • Export your scripts to .rb files; what you do with them now is not my problem

  • New to Version 4.0: Organize your scripts by putting them in subfolders!

  • Did you use another text editor? Well import your changes back into RPG Maker!

  • Playtest your game without having to re-import your scripts every time. Use your favorite text editor, save changes to the script's file, and playtest!

  • Automatically adjusts to whatever version of RPG Maker you are using; no hassles~

  • ...and you can disable it too if you want...:(




Screenshots

OLD - Version 1.0
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Demonstrating Playtest feature:
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Demo

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Script

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=begin
================================================================================
Easy Script Importer-Exporter                                       Version 4.0
by KK20                                                             Jul 18 2018
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[ Introduction ]++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
  Ever wanted to export your RPG Maker scripts to .rb files, make changes to
  them in another text editor, and then import them back into your project?
  Look no further, fellow scripters. ESIE is easy to use!
 
[ Instructions ]++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
  Place this script at the top of your script list to ensure it runs first.
  Make any changes to the configuration variables below if desired.
  Run your game and a message box will prompt success and close the game.
 
  If exporting, you can find the folder containing a bunch of .rb files in your
  project folder. A new file called "!script_order.csv" will tell this script
  in what order to import your script files back into RPG Maker. As such, you
  can create new .rb files and include its filename into "!script_order.csv"
  without ever having to open RPG Maker!
 
  If importing, please close your project (DO NOT SAVE IT) and re-open it.
 
  ** As of Version 4.0, subfolders are now possible!
 
  - Script names that start with the character defined in FOLDER_INDICATOR will
    be subfolders within your exported scripts folder.
  - You can specify the depth of subfolders by increasing the number
    FOLDER_INDICATOR characters.
  - Any scripts below the subfolder will be placed within it.
  - A script name that only consists of FOLDER_INDICATOR characters indicates
    "closing" that subfolder; scripts below will now be placed in the previous
    (i.e. its parent's) subfolder.
  - You may reuse a folder name multiple times. You can have subfolders named
    after script authors and keep their scripts grouped together without
    disrupting your script order (and potentially crashing your project).
 
  Here's an example assuming FOLDER_INDICATOR is set to '@' :
 
  Project Script List       Project Directory
 
                            Scripts_Export_Folder/
  EarlyScript               ├ EarlyScript.rb
  @Base Scripts             ├ Base Scripts/
  @@Game Classes            │ ├ Game Classes/
  Game_Temp                 │ │ ├ Game_Temp.rb
  Game_System               │ │ └ Game_System.rb
  @@Sprite Classes          │ └ Sprite Classes/
  Sprite_Character          │   └ Sprite_Character
  @Custom Scripts           ├ Custom Scripts/
  MyScript                  │ └ MyScript.rb
  @                         │
  Main                      └ Main.rb
 
[ Compatibility ]+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
  This script already has methods to ensure it will run properly on any RPG
  Maker version. This script does not rely on nor makes changes to any existing
  scripts, so it is 100% compatible with anything.
 
[ Credits ]+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
  KK20 - made this script
  GubiD - referenced his VXA Script Import/Export
  FiXato and HIRATA Yasuyuki - referenced VX/VXA Script Exporter
  ForeverZer0 - suggesting and using Win32API to read .ini file

================================================================================
=end

#******************************************************************************
# B E G I N   C O N F I G U R A T I O N
#******************************************************************************
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Set the script's mode. Will export the scripts, import the scripts, or do
# absolutely nothing.
#       ACCEPTED VALUES:
#       0 = Disable (pretends like this script doesn't even exist)
#       1 = Export
#       2 = Import
#       3 = Playtest (import scripts from folder to playtest game; does not
#                     replace or create a 'Scripts.r_data' file)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IMPORT_EXPORT_MODE = 1
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Folder name where scripts are imported from and exported to
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FOLDER_NAME = "Scripts"
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Character positioned at the start of a script name to indicate a subfolder.
# All scripts (or other subfolders) below it will be placed within this folder.
# This must only be a one character string.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FOLDER_INDICATOR = '@'
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# This tag will be added to the end of a script name in the CSV file for any
# scripts that do not have code in them. This tag will be removed when imported
# back into the project. Note that this does not apply to scripts with no name.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
BLANK_SCRIPT_TAG = '~blank'
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# When exporting, if the folder FOLDER_NAME already exists, it will create
# another folder of the same name along with an ID. This will make sure you do
# not overwrite the changes you made to your scripts accidentally. If false,
# it will erase all the files in the folder prior to exporting.
# Useless for importing.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
MAKE_EXPORT_COPIES = true
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Creates a duplicate of the Scripts.r_data file to ensure you don't break your
# project. The duplicate will be placed in the Data folder as "Copy - Scripts".
# Useless for exporting.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CREATE_SCRIPTS_COPY = true
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# If true, converts any instances of tab characters (\t) into two spaces. This
# is extremely helpful if writing code from an external editor and moving it
# back into RPG Maker where tab characters are instantly treated as two spaces.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
TABS_TO_SPACES = true
#******************************************************************************
# E N D   C O N F I G U R A T I O N
#******************************************************************************
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
if IMPORT_EXPORT_MODE != 0

  RGSS = (RUBY_VERSION == "1.9.2" ? 3 : defined?(Hangup) ? 1 : 2)
 
  if RGSS == 3
    def p(*args)
      msgbox_p *args
    end
  end
 
  # From GubiD's script
  # These characters cannot be used as folder/file names. Any of your script
  # names that use the characters on the left will be replaced with the right.
  INVALID_CHAR_REPLACE = {
    '\\'=> '&',
    '/' => '&',
    ':' => ';',
    '*' => '°',
    '?' => '!',
    '<' => '«',
    '>' => '»',
    '|' => '¦',
    '"' => '\''
  }
 
  unless FOLDER_INDICATOR.is_a?(String) && FOLDER_INDICATOR.size == 1
    raise "FOLDER_INDICATOR needs to be 1 character long!"
  end
 
  def mkdir_p(list)
    path = ''
    list.each do |dirname|
      Dir.mkdir(path + dirname) unless File.exists?(path + dirname)
      path += "#{dirname}/"
    end
  end
 
  def traceback_report
    backtrace = $!.backtrace.clone
    backtrace.each{ |bt|
      bt.sub!(/{(\d+)}/) {"[#{$1}]#{$RGSS_SCRIPTS[$1.to_i][1]}"}
    }
    return $!.message + "\n\n" + backtrace.join("\n")
  end
 
  def raise_traceback_error
    if $!.message.size >= 900
      File.open('traceback.log', 'w') { |f| f.write($!) }
      raise 'Traceback is too big. Output in traceback.log'
    else
      raise
    end
  end
#-[ B E G I N ]-----------------------------------------------------------------
  # Get project's script file
  ini = Win32API.new('kernel32', 'GetPrivateProfileString','PPPPLP', 'L')
  scripts_filename = "\0" * 256
  ini.call('Game', 'Scripts', '', scripts_filename, 256, '.\\Game.ini')
  scripts_filename.delete!("\0")
 
  counter = 0
  # Exporting?
  if IMPORT_EXPORT_MODE == 1
    folder_name = FOLDER_NAME
    if File.exists?(FOLDER_NAME)
      # Keep a history of exports? Or only one folder?
      if MAKE_EXPORT_COPIES
        i = 1
        i += 1 while File.exists?("#{FOLDER_NAME}_#{i}")
        Dir.mkdir("#{FOLDER_NAME}_#{i}")
        folder_name = "#{FOLDER_NAME}_#{i}"
      else
        Dir['Scripts/*'].each { |file| File.delete(file) }
      end
    else
      Dir.mkdir(FOLDER_NAME) unless File.exists?(FOLDER_NAME)
    end
    # Create script order list
    script_order = File.open("#{folder_name}/!script_order.csv", 'w')
    script_names = {}
    folder_tree = [folder_name]
    current_subfolder_level = 0
    # Load the raw script data
    scripts = load_data(scripts_filename)
    scripts.each_index do |index|
      # skip ESIE
      next if index == 0
      script = scripts[index]
      id, name, code = script
      next if id.nil?
     
      # if this is a subfolder script name
      subfolder_level, subfolder_name = name.scan(/^(#{FOLDER_INDICATOR}+)(.*)/).flatten
      if subfolder_level
        # Replace invalid filename characters with valid characters
        subfolder_level = subfolder_level.size
        subfolder_name.split('').map{ |chr| INVALID_CHAR_REPLACE[chr] || chr }.join
       
        case subfolder_level <=> current_subfolder_level
        when -1
          (current_subfolder_level - subfolder_level).times do |n|
            folder_tree.pop
            current_subfolder_level -= 1
          end
          if subfolder_name.empty?
            folder_tree.pop
            current_subfolder_level -= 1
          else
            folder_tree[-1] = subfolder_name
          end
         
        when 0
          if subfolder_name.empty?
            folder_tree.pop
            current_subfolder_level -= 1
          else
            folder_tree[-1] = subfolder_name
          end
         
        when 1
          if subfolder_level - current_subfolder_level != 1
            raise "Invalid sublevel for folder!\n" +
                  "Expected: #{FOLDER_INDICATOR * (current_subfolder_level + 1)}#{subfolder_name}\n" +
                  "Received: #{name}"
          end
          raise "Branching subfolder needs a name!" if subfolder_name.empty?
          folder_tree << subfolder_name
          current_subfolder_level += 1
        end
        mkdir_p(folder_tree)
        script_order.write("#{name}\n")
        # no need to continue further with this script, so go to next
        next
      end
     
      # Replace invalid filename characters with valid characters
      name = name.split('').map{ |chr| INVALID_CHAR_REPLACE[chr] || chr }.join
      # Convert script data to readable format
      code = Zlib::Inflate.inflate(code)
      code.gsub!(/\t/) {'  '} if TABS_TO_SPACES

      if code.empty?
        name += BLANK_SCRIPT_TAG unless name.empty?
        script_order.write("#{name}\n")
        next
      end

      name = 'no_script_name' if name.empty?
      if script_names.key?(name)
        script_names[name] += 1
        name = "#{name}~@#{script_names[name]}"
      else
        script_names[name] = 0
      end
      # Output script to file
      script_order.write("#{name}\n")
      dir_path = folder_tree.join('/')
      File.open("#{dir_path}/#{name}.rb", 'wb') { |f| f.write(code) }
      counter += 1
    end
    script_order.close
    p "#{counter} files successfully exported to folder '#{folder_name}'"
    exit
  end
  # If importing or play-testing
  if IMPORT_EXPORT_MODE >= 2
    folder_tree = [FOLDER_NAME]
    counter = 1
    # If strictly importing, we want to replace the data directly in the scripts
    # data file. Otherwise, just override the scripts global variable.
    if IMPORT_EXPORT_MODE == 2
      scripts_file = File.open(scripts_filename, 'rb')
      import_obj = Marshal.load(scripts_file)
    else
      import_obj = $RGSS_SCRIPTS
    end
    # If strictly importing, create a copy of the scripts file in case something
    # goes wrong with the import.
    if IMPORT_EXPORT_MODE == 2 && CREATE_SCRIPTS_COPY
      base_name = File.basename(scripts_filename)
      dir_name = File.dirname(scripts_filename)
      copy = File.open(dir_name + "/Copy - " + base_name, 'wb')
      Marshal.dump(import_obj, copy)
      copy.close
    end
    # Load each script file
    File.open("#{FOLDER_NAME}/!script_order.csv", 'r') do |list|
      list = list.read.split("\n")
      list.each do |filename|
        code = ''
        script_name = filename.gsub(/(.*?)(?:~@\d+)?$/) {$1}
        # Is this a subfolder?
        level, subfolder = script_name.scan(/^(#{FOLDER_INDICATOR}+)(.*)/).flatten
        if level
          level = level.size
          case level <=> (folder_tree.size - 1)
          when -1
            (folder_tree.size - 1 - level).times { |n| folder_tree.pop }
            if subfolder.empty?
              folder_tree.pop
            else
              folder_tree[-1] = subfolder
            end
          when 0
            if subfolder.empty?
              folder_tree.pop
            else
              folder_tree[-1] = subfolder
            end
          when 1
            if level - (folder_tree.size - 1) != 1
              raise "Invalid sublevel for folder!\n" +
                    "Expected: #{FOLDER_INDICATOR * (folder_tree.size)}#{subfolder}\n" +
                    "Received: #{script_name}"
            end
            raise "Branching subfolder needs a name!" if subfolder.empty?
            folder_tree << subfolder
          end
         
        elsif script_name.empty? || script_name[/#{BLANK_SCRIPT_TAG}$/]
          script_name = script_name.chomp("#{BLANK_SCRIPT_TAG}")
          code = ''
        else # script file
          dir_path = folder_tree.join('/')
          code = File.open("#{dir_path}/#{filename}.rb", 'r') { |f| f.read }
          code.gsub!(/\t/) {'  '} if TABS_TO_SPACES
        end
        # If strictly importing, compress script. Otherwise, keep script in
        # readable format.
        if IMPORT_EXPORT_MODE == 2
          z = Zlib::Deflate.new(6)
          data = z.deflate(code, Zlib::FINISH)
        else
          data = code
        end
        # If strictly importing, replaces entries in the scripts file data with
        # the newly-compressed imported scripts. Otherwise, replace entries in
        # $RGSS_SCRIPTS with imported scripts.
        import_obj[counter] = [counter]
        import_obj[counter][1] = script_name
        import_obj[counter][IMPORT_EXPORT_MODE] = data
        counter += 1
      end
    end
    # Dump imported file data to a new Scripts file and close the program.
    if IMPORT_EXPORT_MODE == 2
      data = File.open(scripts_filename, 'wb')
      Marshal.dump(import_obj[0, counter], data)
      data.close
      p "#{counter-1} files successfully imported. Please close your RPG Maker " +
      "now without saving it. Re-open your project to find the scripts imported."
      exit
    else
      # Run the project from here, eval-ing everything
      ($RGSS_SCRIPTS.size - counter).times { |n| $RGSS_SCRIPTS.pop }
      $RGSS_SCRIPTS.each_with_index do |script, i|
        next if i == 0
        begin
          eval(script[3], nil, script[1])
        rescue ScriptError
          raise ScriptError.new($!.message)
        rescue
          $!.message.sub!($!.message, traceback_report)
          raise_traceback_error
        end
      end
      exit
    end
  end
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
end # if IMPORT_EXPORT_MODE != 0



Instructions

It is all explained in the script. For a quick reference, here's the subfolder instructions:

  ** As of Version 4.0, subfolders are now possible!
 
  - Script names that start with the character defined in FOLDER_INDICATOR will
    be subfolders within your exported scripts folder.
  - You can specify the depth of subfolders by increasing the number
    FOLDER_INDICATOR characters.
  - Any scripts below the subfolder will be placed within it.
  - A script name that only consists of FOLDER_INDICATOR characters indicates
    "closing" that subfolder; scripts below will now be placed in the previous
    (i.e. its parent's) subfolder.
  - You may reuse a folder name multiple times. You can have subfolders named
    after script authors and keep their scripts grouped together without
    disrupting your script order (and potentially crashing your project).
 
  Here's an example assuming FOLDER_INDICATOR is set to '@' :
 
  Project Script List       Project Directory
 
                            Scripts_Export_Folder/
  EarlyScript               ├ EarlyScript.rb
  @Base Scripts             ├ Base Scripts/
  @@Game Classes            │ ├ Game Classes/
  Game_Temp                 │ │ ├ Game_Temp.rb
  Game_System               │ │ └ Game_System.rb
  @@Sprite Classes          │ └ Sprite Classes/
  Sprite_Character          │   └ Sprite_Character
  @Custom Scripts           ├ Custom Scripts/
  MyScript                  │ └ MyScript.rb
  @                         │
  Main                      └ Main.rb




Compatibility

This script already has methods to ensure it will run properly on any RPG Maker version. This script does not rely on nor makes changes to any existing scripts, so it is 100% compatible with anything.


Credits and Thanks


  • KK20 - made this script

  • GubiD - referenced his VXA Script Import/Export

  • FiXato and HIRATA Yasuyuki - referenced VX/VXA Script Exporter

  • ForeverZer0 - suggesting and using Win32API to read .ini file




Author's Notes

I didn't test this in VX cuz I don't have it. Anyone care to test that for me?
Now I can has version control for my Advance Wars Engine.





   


   
   


   
   

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ForeverZer0

I have always personally used Win32API to read the .ini file to get the path to the script file. Although practically this would never be different, you never know, so it ensures full compatibility.
I am done scripting for RMXP. I will likely not offer support for even my own scripts anymore, but feel free to ask on the forum, there are plenty of other talented scripters that can help you.

Blizzard

I'm trying to remember if I ever wrote a script like that. I mean I did write a few, but I can't remember if I ever released one. o.o;
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Quote from: Barney StinsonWhen I get sad, I stop being sad and be awesome instead. True story.

KK20

@F0: I forgot that Scripts was even an entry in the .ini file. I'll go ahead and make that change as it's a more elegant solution.

@Blizz: See? This is what happens when you don't share things :T





   


   
   


   
   

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G_G

http://forum.chaos-project.com/index.php/topic,3923.0.html

But to be fair, yours works with all the engines and reads the ini file for them, rather than assuming its in the Data folder.

Blizzard

Check out Daygames and our games:

King of Booze 2      King of Booze: Never Ever
Drinking Game for Android      Never have I ever for Android
Drinking Game for iOS      Never have I ever for iOS


Quote from: winkioI do not speak to bricks, either as individuals or in wall form.

Quote from: Barney StinsonWhen I get sad, I stop being sad and be awesome instead. True story.

KK20

Updated to include a tab-to-spaces solution.
I was using this in my Advance Wars Engine and realized a lot of my code was terribly indented because of tabs. Easy fix at least :D





   


   
   


   
   

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KK20

legit double

Updated script again to include a new mode: Playtest (set to 3)
Normally you would have to import your files back into RPG Maker to test your code. This process could get pretty tiring (set mode to 2, playtest, close project, open project, set mode to 0, playtest, crap a bug..., fix bug, repeat) so I made this mode to combat it.

After you have exported your scripts, set the IMPORT_EXPORT_MODE to 3. Now you can make changes to your exported scripts in an external text editor, save the changes to that script's file, and instantly click the playtest button in RPG Maker to "soft import" your scripts and test your code. Saves you like 15 seconds.

tl;dr
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orochii

Okay, that last update makes this thing like 20 times better and much more useful.

Question! Have you tried using characters like ♥☻☺♦♠•◘♣? It's just that the default script editor has no support for these characters. For instance, I wanted to put a ♥ somewhere in a script (to be seen on screen), but then the script changed it to a ?, and it actually displayed on the game as a ?. I hated that ;_;, I can't express my feelings. </3

Silly question, but it's a question after all.

KK20

Yeah, that's a limitation with RMXP's editor. VXA supports those kind of characters so feel free to use them there.

Thankfully it only affects naming the script and not the code itself. Not sure why one would need to name their scripts with special characters like that though :T





   


   
   


   
   

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Blizzard

Are you sure about this? I used to use these kinds of characters without problems. You just have to make sure to export/import with UTF-8 encoding. Zlib doesn't care what you are using, it seems the scripts just as chunks of data.
Check out Daygames and our games:

King of Booze 2      King of Booze: Never Ever
Drinking Game for Android      Never have I ever for Android
Drinking Game for iOS      Never have I ever for iOS


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Quote from: Barney StinsonWhen I get sad, I stop being sad and be awesome instead. True story.

KK20

As I stated, it only affects the Script name, but that's the fault of RMXP, not this script at all.


I've also posted those characters into the body of the script and exported/imported. They still exist and are not converted to question marks.

I also checked the Show Message event command--that will also immediately convert your special characters to question marks (there's nothing this script can do anything about it though; mainly just curious). Using a "print" or "p" will properly display the special characters.





   


   
   


   
   

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Was thinking back on this script one day and realized "I could make this a little bit better"...so I did. :)

Updated to version 2.0
Some refactoring and added comments. Most important change though is how the scripts are exported and imported. Originally, I had named exported files something like
[100]Window_Message
where the 100 in this case means this script is located at index 100 in the script list. This was fine and all, but it made adding/removing/changing order of the exported scripts extremely tedious.

Now, I create a CSV file that lists the filenames in order. This completely solves the above problem as you can just edit the CSV file directly to add/remove/move scripts around.

Just needed a good quality-of-life update. I don't see how this script can be improved upon, so this will probably be the definitive version (hence the jump from v1.2 to v2.0).





   


   
   


   
   

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Updated to Version 3.0 due to some possible human errors that may occur along the way.


  • New configuration parameter MAKE_EXPORT_COPIES: When exporting your scripts, it will create another folder; for those moments where you accidentally exported and wiped out all your script changes. :  ^) kms...

  • No longer exports itself (nor imports itself), assuming you DID put this script at the top of the scripts list like you're supposed to.






   


   
   


   
   

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Updated to Version 4.0:

  • Subfolders are now possible. Organize your exported scripts however you want them without sacrificing script order. Can separate based on Base Scripts and Custom Scripts, and even go deeper like separating scripts by Author.

  • Scripts with no content in them will not be exported. If you're the type that likes to use dividers (e.g. --------) as script names, they will no longer create .RB files. In the !script_order.csv file, these will be indicated with the tag '~blank' (this tag name can be configured within the script)

  • Likewise, scripts with no name and no content will be ignored (no ~blank tag required). If it does contain content, the exported file will be named 'no_script_name.rb'

  • Bug fix: When using Mode 3 to playtest, I discovered how RM actually loads in scripts. If your project was importing MORE scripts than the 'Scripts.r_data' contained, then your game may end before even seeing the title screen. Now it's all eval'd to avoid this. I ensured that a traceback functionality would still work in case of script errors.



Thanks to Jaiden for helping test this :up:





   


   
   


   
   

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polypeak

Thanks for the update that creates subfolders great!