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Grim Reaper v0.2

MAT Extraction Tool for Grim Fandango

About

This is a big, messy blob of code that enables the user to manipulate Grim Fandango *.MAT files. It was written hastily, I'm definitely not proud of it.
For more information about the software or the modding community, please refer to:
The Grim Fandango Deluxe thread @ ResidualVM's forums - http://forums.residualvm.org/viewforum.php?f=2
JohnnyWalker2001's Official Blog - http://grimfandangodeluxe.blogspot.com

This software uses the FreeImage open source image library. See http://freeimage.sourceforge.net for details. FreeImage is used under the GNU GPL, version 3.

Requirements

Microsoft .NET Frameworks 4.0 - http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17851
The FreeImage Library for C# (FreeImage DLL) - http://freeimage.sourceforge.net/download.html
The FreeImage wrapper is included within this project, so you'll only have to get the ./FreeImage/Dist/FreeImage.dll from the downloaded archive, and place it in the same folder as the executable.

TODO

  • Make all of this a decent project, properly classed and formatted, with descriptive variable names.
  • Get rid of non-generic, non-reusable code. (which the bigger part of this software currently is)
  • Add ability of reading .COS files, allowing for .MAT files to be automatically linked with their corresponding .CMP files.
  • Make a better icon.

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Licensing and Permissions

This software is not meant to be used for commercial purposes. Users are allowed to modify and distribute this software under the following conditions:
If it's a binary distribution, a mention of the original author or this repository must be made in the Readme if it exists, or within the software itself, in the 'About' (or equivalent) section.
If it's a source code distribution, a mention of the original author or this repository must be made in the Readme if it exists, or in the source code itself.
The user must bear in mind that this software may use third party libraries, in which case further actions must correspond to their respective licenses.