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How to convert quest_db to quest_db.yml

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Guys I ran the csv2yaml.bat tool to convert the quest_db file to quest_db.yml
error when opening has another way to convertquest_db.txt

 

csv2yaml.bat

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make sure that you also compile the csv2yaml

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9 hours ago, Brynner said:

make sure that you also compile the csv2yaml

I compiled now more continues the same thing

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There are 2 reasons:

  • you didn't compiled it, or failed to compile it
  • you compiled it but your antivirus removed the exe

 

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On 6/19/2020 at 8:41 AM, EzioO Auditore said:

I compiled now more continues the same thing

Just in case anyone else has this issue... I'm an idiot and it took me a minute to figure out. 
 

Step by Step guide: 
1.  Build the csv2yaml.bat file located in the "tools" folder. 

2.  Once the build is complete, the build will have generated a csv2yaml.exe file located in your ROOT folder. 

3.  Double click the csv2yaml.exe file and it will generate your txt files -> YML (If applicable). 

Be sure to put your files to be converted in the import folder, the exe will ask if you want to overwrite the existing file. 🙂  

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   Remember to have you quest_db.txt under import so the csv2yaml finds it.

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