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TTools or TrafficDatabaseBuilder?

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Hi,I have finally got some time to do a little more programming and I want to make a major rebuild of my AI Traffic (AIT) program. I am sorry i didn't have the time to answer all the e-mails I got and I promise to be much more supporting form now on. I got one question for you guys:Which compiler is the best of TTools by Lee Swordy or the TrafficDatabaseBuilder provided with the FS2002 SDK? I am not sure which one to use for my upcomming program.I would be great to get some objectively viewpoints and answers for this quesiton. Please let me know you like/dislike the compilers.Best regards,Arnt Helge Haaland

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Hi,Personally I prefer TTools, its easy to use and all of the plans available from third parties are written for TTools. In fact I don't think I've seen anything for MS's builder.I think it would be unfair to those writers who have made up these plans to have them change in mid stream to write two versions.Rgds Ron

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I agree with Ron. I have seen one file for MS builder, for Dublin, and was hoping a TTools version would be released by the writers. IMHO TTools has become the de facto standard program for AI plans.

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Glad to hear about an update to your program - one of the best of its type around.TTools is the way to go. Airdog

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The only advantage the SDK compiler holds over that of Ttools is the ability to generate plans between suitable airports automatically.Otherwise, it is Ttools all the way! :-)Stamatis

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