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'''Include''' is an option in bzflag mapping that allows you to specify a second bzw file that will be included in the first bzw. Both files are then loaded by bzfs as a single bzw. It is very easy to use, just put this in the first bzw.
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'''Include''' is an option in bzflag mapping that allows you to specify a second bzw file that will be included in the first bzw. Both files are then loaded by bzfs as a single bzw. It is very easy to use, just put this in the first bzw. Unfortunately spaces in the path do not work, and other errors may occur.
  
 
<code>include /path/to/file.bzw</code>
 
<code>include /path/to/file.bzw</code>

Revision as of 05:46, 20 April 2008

Include is an option in bzflag mapping that allows you to specify a second bzw file that will be included in the first bzw. Both files are then loaded by bzfs as a single bzw. It is very easy to use, just put this in the first bzw. Unfortunately spaces in the path do not work, and other errors may occur.

include /path/to/file.bzw

Include can be used in many ways. It has proved very useful when several mappers are all working on a single map, and mappers frequently exporting from applications such as Wings3D have found it useful to maintain a separate materials file, as these can often overwrite any image URLs at export. Some people have used includes to isolate regularly modified parts of a map file, for ease of changing. As an example, the material definitions for the Planet MoFo Billboards are stored in a separate file so they can be changed quickly.