Translation of Median XL inspired me to create this application. When I was translating tbl files, I found existing editors very inconvenient to use, so I decided to create my own that fits my needs. I hope someone'll find it useful too.
QTblEditor can run on any Windows version (starting from Win98), Mac OS X (Intel/PPC, starting from 10.5) and Linux (where Qt can be installed).
Windows and Mac OS X versions include binary, necessary Qt dynamic libraries (QtCore and QtGui) and russian translation. Source includes Visual Studio and QtCreator project files; requires Qt 4.6.0 or higher (v1.1 is compiled with 4.6.3, but 4.6.0 should do).
QTblEditor 1.1 downloads:
- Mac OS X
- Linux: compile yourself
- Source code (github)
- Chinese translation by Cai_Miao-BTH (MEGA mirror)
- Windows: unrar wherever you want and run exe
- Mac OS X: mount dmg and copy app bundle wherever you want (e.g., to /Applications)
- Linux: No idea
The code is distributed under MIT license.
[no version change, v1.1 stays] (07.12.2010)
[f] made the app actually universal on Mac and made it work starting from 10.5
updated .pro file (change affects only Mac version)
[+] "real" text preview
[+] custom colors support (Mac OS X users can find the customcolors.ini file in the <app bundle>/Contents/Resources)
[+] reopen table from disk menu command
[+] hex display of all numbers
[+] key hash display
[+] display rows with different keys and/or strings
[+] small/big rows display
[+] copy/paste (creates new rows)
[+] drag&drop (replaces existing rows)
[f] issue on WinXP (and earlier versions I guess) when file extension was appended in "save as" dialog
some refactoring and code cleanup
- initial release
Plans for next version:
- regexp support in search (is it really needed?)
- creating "diff" file for 2 tables and various operations with it
- tabbed UI (is it really needed?)
- your suggestions
Credits: Jarulf, Afj666, L'Autour, other PhrozenKeep members whose names I can't remember (for their editors' source code and posts on *.tbl file structure), the guy who created this beautiful Baal icon (found it somewhere on the Internet), EmaStergam & Necrolis for suggestions, morlock for pointing on the PPC incompatibility.