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|Latest version:||0.2.3 / 28 October 2012|
|Platform(s):||Windows, Linux (32/64 bit)|
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schemed (not to be confused with SchemeEd) is a terminal editor for the schemes of Worms Armageddon. It's initially targeted to Windows and Linux operating systems, but it's open-source and can be compiled for use on any other system.
Its main features are: "hot" and batch edit-save of scheme(s), RubberWorm features support, automatic conversion of v1 schemes into v2, showing the scheme contents and support of non-Windows OSes.
Examples of the usage can be found in the readme file.
- 0.2.3 (28 Oct 2012) - added -rknock feature of RubberWorm 0.0.1.12
- 0.2.2 (28 Aug 2012) - power values are now classically off-set by 1 (i.e. from 1 to 256) and setting 0 will set 256 as zero power, now the -p argument also shows the file's signature, fixed checks of file length and signature, fixed "-rkaosmod 5".
- 0.2.0 (27 Aug 2012) - rewritten most of schm.c, decreasing its size 4x. Added automatic conversion of v1 schemes into v2. Added linux amd64 binary.
- 0.1.7 (20 May 2012) - first public beta.