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README.md

WMIT

Warzone Model Import Tool

Import and export .WZM, .PIE, and .OBJ files.

For use with: Warzone 2100

Latest development builds

Windows Build Status macOS Build Status Ubuntu Build Status

Windows

How to get the latest Windows development builds:

  1. View the latest successful Windows builds.
  2. Select the latest workflow run in the table / list. This should display a list of Artifacts from the run.
  3. Download the wmit_win_x86 or wmit_win_x64 artifact (depending on whether you want the 32-bit or 64-bit build).

Note: A free GitHub account is currently required to download the artifacts.

macOS

How to get the latest macOS development builds:

  1. View the latest successful macOS builds.
  2. Select the latest workflow run in the table / list. This should display a list of Artifacts from the run.
  3. Download the wmit_macOS artifact.

Note: A free GitHub account is currently required to download the artifacts.

Linux (from source)

Clone this Git repo and build, following the instructions under: How to Build

Development builds are a snapshot of the current state of development, from the latest (successfully-built) commit. Help testing these builds is always welcomed, but they should be considered a work-in-progress.

How to build

Getting the Source

Clone the Git repo:

git clone https://github.com/Warzone2100/WMIT.git
cd WMIT
git submodule update --init --recursive

Note: Initializing submodules is required.

Windows

  • Prerequisites

  • Building:

    • Open the appropriate pre-configured command prompt from the "Visual Studio 2017" folder in your Start Menu:
      • For a 32-bit (x86) build: "x86 Native Tools Command Prompt for VS 2017"
      • For a 64-bit (x64) build: "x64 Native Tools Command Prompt for VS 2017"
    • Change directory to the WMIT repo directory:
      • cd C:\src\WMIT (substitute the appropriate path to the repo on your system)
    • Run the configure_win script using Powershell:
      • powershell .\configure_win.ps1
    • If successful, you should now have a wmit.sln Visual Studio project in a new build/<platform> folder inside the repo.
    • Simply open the wmit.sln file in Visual Studio.
    • Or build from the command-line using something like:
      • msbuild build/x86/wmit.vcxproj /p:Configuration=Release (builds wmit.exe)
      • msbuild build/x86/PACKAGE.vcxproj /p:Configuration=Release (builds the installer package)

Linux

  • Prerequisites
  • Examples of installing prerequisites:
    • Ubuntu 18.04:
      • sudo apt-get install git cmake build-essential ninja-build automake qt5-default
    • Fedora 29:
      • sudo dnf install git cmake gcc gcc-c++ ninja-build make qt5-devel mesa-libGLU-devel
  • Building:
    • Change directory to the WMIT repo directory
      • cd WMIT
    • Configure (builds dependencies and generates the Makefile)
      • ./configure_linux.sh
    • Build
      • cmake --build build

macOS

  • Prerequisites
  • Building:
    • Change directory to the WMIT repo directory
      • cd WMIT
    • Configure (builds dependencies and generates an Xcode project)
      • PATH=/Qt/5.9.7/clang_64/bin:$PATH QT5_DIR="/Qt/5.9.7/" ./configure_macOS.sh
        • (Substitute the appropriate PATH to Qt5's bin folder and the main Qt5 install folder.)
    • Build
      • Simply open the build/wmit.xcodeproj, and build the wmit target / scheme.
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