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There are use cases where you might want to error check a single period statsbook. The checker shouldn't crash in that case. Now it doesn't. I hope?

@AdamSmasherDerby AdamSmasherDerby released this Jun 26, 2018 · 3 commits to master since this release

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This one throws a warning if you attempt to use unicode runes. Bonus points for creativity, but minus for not following directions in the Statsbook manual. Also, hovering your mouse over the error will now show a tooltip with the detailed description. Fancy!

@AdamSmasherDerby AdamSmasherDerby released this Jun 12, 2018 · 12 commits to master since this release

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  • Added keyboard shortcut for exit.
  • Detects letters entered as jam numbers
  • Fixed bug in CRG Export introduced in 1.1.1

@AdamSmasherDerby AdamSmasherDerby released this Jun 6, 2018 · 16 commits to master since this release

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1.1.2 didn't correctly implement checking for skaters on SP* lines, and flagged everything as a false positive. Does this one work better? Only one way to find out... (mwa ha ha)

@AdamSmasherDerby AdamSmasherDerby released this Jun 3, 2018 · 16 commits to master since this release

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A few minor fixes, and one breaking crash eliminated:

  • Move Lead / Penalty / Not Lost from errors to warnings
  • Add check for skaters on SP* lines
  • Doesn't crash on missing jam numbers
  • Added game clock cells to statsbook template for compatibility with CRG Import Tool.

Also, the architecture has been added to the Linux file name.

I'm going to stop recopying the installation instructions here, as they are in the README file on the front page of the repository.

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Update: Quick bug fix, because 1.1.0 didn't handle umlauts or other special characters in skater names, and that's not NEARLY heavy metal enough.

In addition to some minor bug fixes and another error case, the big change in this version is the ability to export the rosters from the IGRF in .xml format that can be read by CRG scoreboard. Just load in your blank StatsBook like you would a file you're going to error check, and then select "Export to CRG" from the menu. The resulting .xml file can be imported into CRG Scoreboard from the "Save/Load" tab.

Installation instructions:

Windows: Download and run Stastbook.Tool.Setup.x.x.x-Windows.exe

Mac: Download and run the Statsbook.Tool-x.x.x.dmg file. Drag the flamingo onto the folder. Right or control click the StatsBook Tool program and select "open." Agree to run the software, despite dire warnings of awful consequences. (The awful consequences are that I have not ponied up $100 for a Developer certificate to sign the code.)

Linux: Download stastbooktool.AppImage, then type "chmod a+x statsbooktool.AppImage" to make the file executable.

@AdamSmasherDerby AdamSmasherDerby released this May 19, 2018 · 24 commits to master since this release

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In addition to some minor bug fixes and another error case, the big change in this version is the ability to export the rosters from the IGRF in .xml format that can be read by CRG scoreboard. Just load in your blank StatsBook like you would a file you're going to error check, and then select "Export to CRG" from the menu. The resulting .xml file can be imported into CRG Scoreboard from the "Save/Load" tab.

Installation instructions:

Windows: Download and run Stastbook.Tool.Setup.x.x.x-Windows.exe

Mac: Download and run the Statsbook.Tool-x.x.x.dmg file. Drag the flamingo onto the folder. Right or control click the StatsBook Tool program and select "open." Agree to run the software, despite dire warnings of awful consequences. (The awful consequences are that I have not ponied up $100 for a Developer certificate to sign the code.)

Linux: Download stastbooktool.AppImage, then type "chmod a+x statsbooktool.AppImage" to make the file executable.

@AdamSmasherDerby AdamSmasherDerby released this May 11, 2018 · 35 commits to master since this release

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This release represents the first public release of this software. It likely still has a lot of bugs - please let me know if you find them, or have features to request.

Installation instructions:

Windows: Download and run Stastbook.Tool.Setup.x.x.x-Windows.exe

Mac: Download and run the Statsbook.Tool-x.x.x.dmg file. Drag the flamingo onto the folder. Right or control click the StatsBook Tool program and select "open." Agree to run the software, despite dire warnings of awful consequences. (The awful consequences are that I have not ponied up $100 for a Developer certificate to sign the code.)

Linux: Download stastbooktool.AppImage, then type "chmod a+x statsbooktool.AppImage" to make the file executable.

Pre-release

@AdamSmasherDerby AdamSmasherDerby released this Apr 25, 2018 · 52 commits to master since this release

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This tool is intended for error checking WFTDA StatsBooks prior to submission. It is not officially produced by, nor affiliated with, the WFTDA in any way. It's also a beta, so there will likely be bugs.

To use, simply run the program and then drag your completed StatsBook Excel file into the window. If there are errors that the program knows how to find, it will produce a list of errors. Once you've corrected the file, you can drag it back in or click "refresh" to reload the same file.

Installation instructions:
Windows: Download and run "Stastbook.Tool.Setup.0.2.0-Windows.exe

Linux: Download "stastbooktool.AppImage", then type "chmod a+x statsbooktool.AppImage" to make the file executable.

Mac: Download and run the .dmg file. Drag the flamingo onto the folder. Right or control click the StatsBook Tool program and select "open." Agree to run the software, despite dire warnings of awful consequences. (The awful consequences are that I have not ponied up $100 for a Developer certificate to sign the code.)

Pre-release

@AdamSmasherDerby AdamSmasherDerby released this Apr 24, 2018 · 54 commits to master since this release

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Wow - nightly builds. Who do I think I am, Firefox? At any rate, this version adds cosmetic tweaks and another sanity check for substituted skaters. Please do not poke with a pointy stick.