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Explode FS2002 AFDFILES in multiple text files.

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Hi,I've written a program that explode AFDFILES FS2002 in multiple text files (.txt).- Airports --> icao, airport name, city, state, country and region.- Airport's --> Runways.- Airport's --> Towers location elevation.- Airport's --> Gates (wingspan and gates name).- Airport's --> Import to TTools (Airports.txt).- Airport's --> Import to TrafficDataBaseBuilder (SDK) (Airports.dat).- Airport's --> Coordinate , elevation.- Airport's --> TimeZone and Daylight Saving Time (DST).All these files have a unique key [iCAO] code from the Airport.If this is interesting, I'm looking for a couple of testers.I don't think this is ready for general distribution yet, but would like some broader exposure.The program is small, currently 440KB and based on Takuya Murakami (SCDIS).Time zone and DST can be adjusted in a text file, I could not yet find out where FS2002 extract the TZ & DST, except the Timezone.bgl. However there is a problem in FS2002 (DST for the years 2002 and 2003)change to DST (Europe) the 4th Sunday of March, should be the 5th.Anybody brave enough to try it?If so, please sign up here.These program is the first step of a development named "AITExplorer".AITExplorer will show you the "Airport Traffic's" in a "HTML FILEs" form, it is actually in BETA version. Two versions will be available in a near future: - Command mode - HTTP sever mode Thanks -- FSMIC

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If you could make a COM interface (or .Net for that matter) it would be REALLY helpfull - I have given up on projects simply becourse I don't want to parse the bgl files. A text export is nice, but to make a tool on top of it, you need to parse again. At least an XML export could be usefull.

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Hi FSMIC,I'd be interested in looking at the Command mode version. I've been trying to reliably get time data from the airports for a while.Cheers,Ian

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Hi,I'm interested too, it will be usefull for me if it could be run within an other program like an DDL or with command line parameters.Daniel

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