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    Default The Caligula Tool

    Hi,
    The Caligula add new units Tool.
    Has anyone tried that?
    Does it work with EB?
    Does it work with a campaign already started or would I have to start a new campaign for the new added units to become available?
    Thanks.

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    Default Re: The Caligula Tool

    Yes, I have used it for a previous version of EB. However, it was not designed with data files the size of EB's in mind, so it did occasionally choke on them. Back-up the EDU file before you use it.

    Provided you do not remove existing entries, changes the EDU are save-game compatible.
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    hi all. 'xcuse for my ignorance, but, what this caligula Tool is? can you re-direct me to it?
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    Default Re: The Caligula Tool

    Caligula is a program to view and edit export_descr_unit.txt (EDU), the file that holds the unit stats. You can download it here. I haven't had any problems with it but there are reports that it couldn't handle EB's EDU, presumably because of its sheer size. So, as always, make a back-up before you start modding.
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    Default Re: The Caligula Tool

    thank you thank you thank you
    for the quick answer
    BTW, i usually edit the EDU directly form the DATA folder, with no problems... but i will check this program.
    thasnk you again!
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    Well, the batch thing LOOKS really useful. brb testing.
    Last edited by aureon; 03-30-2011 at 15:36.

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