QUOTE(ModderEarthHAHA @ Oct 2 2005, 11:41 PM)
I'm using Fred Tetra's nwnnsscomp to compile a nss-file using these parameters:
nwnnsscomp -c -g 2 myfile.nss
I get the usual message that you get after a successful compilation (checked a few guides to see if they would mention this), but when I check the dir, there was no ncs-file created. I even tried searching my comp, but no file.
I also tried giving nwnnsscomp a output, but nothing.
Thanks for any help.
You you can also use Hazard's compiler
For Kotor 1:
Copy this to NotePad and then save it as a .bat file, NWNNSSCOMP -v1.00 *.nss
Put it in the same directory where your nwnnsscomp and your .nss files are.
Make a short cut to your desktop. Everytime you want to compile, just click on that batch file.
For Kotor 2:
1. Create a folder where you wanna put the nwnnsscomp into, along with SWKotOR II's nwscript.nss <----nwscript.nss will be needed in order to compile scripts for k2. Call the folder something like "k2Compiler"
2. Create a sub folder within"k2Compiler" for all your script files and call it something like "ScriptCmpK2"
3. Copy this to NotePad and save it as a .bat file:NWNNSSCOMP -co ScriptCmpK2\* ScriptCmpK2\
Put that file in "k2Compiler" folder and short cut it to your desktop.
Here's two extra tips...
tip1:Put both script folders(for kotor1 and kotor2)out onto your desktop as shortcuts so you can have quick access to your .nss/.ncs files.
tip2:Once you have both of your compile batch files on your desktop, right click on them and go into "Properties" and add a "Shortcut key"
I use "Ctrl + Alt + c" for the K2 batch file
"Ctrl + Alt + v" for the K1 batch file.
Makes it all faster and easier for debugging..