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[Request] Simple BMS script .bin -> json (have .bt)

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[Request] Simple BMS script .bin -> json (have .bt)

Post by hellacopters » Sat Jul 11, 2020 3:09 am

Can anyone help me with making a simple BMS script that that converts this file into json? I have a .bt templete for it.

I would like it to look like this

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  "Entries": [
    {
     "Unknown0": 100,
     "Unknown2": 1,
     "Unknown3": 1,
     "Unknown4": 0,
     "Unknown5": 0,
     "Unknown6": 600,
     "Unknown7": 0,
     "Unknown8": 200,
     "Unknown9": 0,
     "UnknownA": 0,
     "UnknownB": 2,
     "UnknownC": 100,
     "UnknownD": -1,
     }
     
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Re: [Request] Simple BMS script .bin -> json (have .bt)

Post by Bigchillghost » Mon Jul 13, 2020 11:12 am

hellacopters wrote:
Sat Jul 11, 2020 3:09 am
Can anyone help me with making a simple BMS script that that converts this file into json?
BMS is a bad choice for text format convertion. And honestly what's the point of this request given that all these fields are "Unknown"?

Anyway here's the bms script that meets with your need. :D
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Re: [Request] Simple BMS script .bin -> json (have .bt)

Post by hellacopters » Wed Jul 15, 2020 5:01 am

Thank you sir!

The reason for conversion is to find out what value means. Then I can name each one :wink: These bin don't have an entry index, just an entry count (as you can tell)

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