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Random generated (RGW) MAP Preview image export Tool


ognivo777
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Hi All!

 

RGW Map Preview Image Tool

 

I'm with my fiends usually waste a lot of time to generate and choose best random seed for our server. So I wrote custom open source java app for generate map preview image like this:

 

UPDATED: v.6

 

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You can try it by yourself, just follow the instructions on project GitHub:

https://github.com/ognivo777/7D2D_RGW_Create_Map_Preview_Image_Tool/blob/master/README.md

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new release (see edit history)
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Wow, very impressive. I wish I'd paid more attention in school and stuck with it 'cause then maybe I'd be writing nifty little gadgets like this too... but... I guess I'll stick to making prefabs and manipulating the world generator.

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When I run the new version I only get 1_waterZones.png. Am doing exact same way as I did for v2 wich gave me the other files.

 

Try the new release:

 

https://github.com/ognivo777/7D2D_RGW_Create_Map_Preview_Image_Tool/releases/latest

 

  • Huge perfomace optimization
  • UI: Simple information screen
  • Auto re-run for enforce more memory allocation to avoid in low-memory crushes

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Let's try to execute from command line like this (if you have at least 2gb free RAM):

 

java -Xms1024m -Xmx2048m -jar 7dtd-rgw-map-image-builder.jar

 

For those who run into the "TOO LITTLE" error, I had an environment variable named _JAVA_OPTIONS that was set to -Xmx256m.

Passing the -Xmx6g argument didn't override the environment variable for some reason. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

 

Nice tool by the way!

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For those who run into the "TOO LITTLE" error, I had an environment variable named _JAVA_OPTIONS that was set to -Xmx256m.

Passing the -Xmx6g argument didn't override the environment variable for some reason. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

 

Nice tool by the way!

 

Hi! Very pleased that you liked our small tool:)

 

Thank you for this advice! I will add them to readme.

Please show your output for this command:

 

java -version

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I'm on the latest version if I'm not mistaken:

 

λ java -version
java version "1.8.0_221"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_221-b11)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.221-b11, mixed mode)[/Code]

 

It's actually a known problem with the environment variable.

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