Some Twine2 tools
twine2svg takes a Twine2 file and generates an SVG of the map from it.
twine2svg.rb 0.0.2 - convert a twine file to an SVG map Usage: twine2svg.rb [options] twine_file -t, --with-title add passage title to passages -i, --ids add passage IDs to passages -e, --embed generate an SVG for embedding (just the <svg> tag) -s, --stroke=COLOR sets the stroke color -f, --fill=COLOR sets the fill color --no-style do not embed style information -h, --help prints this help
Tested on Harlowe formatted games, not yet any others.
[[ links ]], such as
(goto:), off by default, but can turn on, with different styling (perhaps a
I’ve been really itching to learn Ruby, and, as I was working on a twine game at the time, this seemed like a prime opportunity to do so! Formats aside, the twine itself is just an XML blob embedded in the file. Easy enough to send Nokogiri after.
Another reason, though, and the reason for the name Twinedown, is that I spend most of my day embedded in a text editor I have set up just the way I like for writing markdown, and I really wanted the ability to use that in Twine-land. Also, for proofing games written in Twine, I wanted the ability to export that to Markdown and proof there, then reload into twine.
I’m very new to Ruby, but would love critique and contributions. Will be getting CI and tests set up soon!