ZWad

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About

zWad is an archive management program written in Visual Basic 2005. The 2.x versions are currently in development. Supported formats include:

Official Website

Note

The 1.x versions are still available but are considered outdated and unstable! The 2.x versions fix all existing bugs and have many improvements!

Features (as of 2.0e)

  • Multiple Document Interface
  • WAD Editor
    • Editing
      • General WAD data
        • Palette Editor
        • Toggle P/I header
        • Rearrange Lumps
        • Rename Lumps
        • Insert Marker Lumps
        • Reverse All Lumps
        • Delete Lumps
        • Erase Lumps
        • Cut, Copy, Paste Lumps
        • Plain Text editor
          • Syntax Highlighting
            • ACS
            • FraggleScript
            • DECORATE
          • Can compile ACS and automatically update BEHAVIOR
        • Import
          • Raw Data
          • WAD Files
        • Export
          • Raw Data
          • Grouped WAD
          • Individual WADs
      • Maps
        • REJECT
    • Lump viewing capability
      • Doom Palettes
      • Wave Sound
      • Standard
        • Hexadecimal
        • Byte
        • Binary
        • Char
      • Graphics
        • Doom Patches
        • Doom Flats
        • Maps (Doom + Hexen formats)
      • Map Data
        • THINGS (Doom + Hexen formats)
        • LINEDEFS (Doom + Hexen Formats)
        • SIDEDEFS
        • VERTEXES
        • SEGS
        • SSECTORS
        • NODES
        • SECTORS
  • PAK Editor
    • General PAK data editing
      • Rearrange Lumps
      • Rename Lumps
      • Delete Lumps
      • Cut, Copy, Paste Lumps
      • Reverse All Lumps
      • Import
        • Raw Data
        • PAK Files
        • WAD Files
      • Export
        • Raw Data
        • Individual PAKs
        • Grouped PAK
    • Lump viewing capability
      • Hexadecimal
      • Byte
      • Binary
      • Char
      • Wave Sound