Re: Output XML datasheets...
- --- In email@example.com, James Dempsey <jdempsey@...> wrote:
> Hi Alvise,
> On 15/05/2007 10:19 PM nokao83 wrote
> >> This is the format I'm using for the xml:
> >> <?xml version="1.0"?>
> >> <schedapg>
> >> <iniziativa>+2</iniziativa>
> >> <pf>70</pf>
> >> <ca>18</ca>
> >> <txc1>+15</txc1>
> >> <danno1>4d6+14</danno1>
> >> <txc2>+8</txc2>
> >> <danno2>4d6+10</danno2>
> >> <txc3>+8</txc3>
> >> <danno3>1d4+4</danno3>
> >> </schedapg>
> > Ehm... maybe i forgot the question...
> > The question is wich is the xml format of pcgen? I heard of several
> > plugins to do them but in my version there is noone.
> > Thanks in advance.
> My suggestion would be to create an XML party output sheet - that way
> you could maintain your characters in PCGen and export them for use in
> your application. You could use the psheet_fantasy_std.htm as a
> point, change its name to suit, but make sure it still starts withoutput
> psheet so PCGen knows what it is.
> If you have one file per character you could use an XML character
> sheet - again grabbing one of the html ones as an example wouldn't be ashould
> bad idea, although with a simple XML file output as you intend it
> be quite easy. Again its name needs to start with csheet that PCGenknow
> what sort of file it is. You can find documentation on the output tagsThank you.
> under Help > Documentation from within PCGen.
> James Dempsey
> PCGen Code SB
I found the entire party -> outputsheet so useful, in the past I asked
on that mailing list if there was a function like that and I was ignored.