Parses and displays dialog scripts.
dsparse dialog_script_name [initial dialog string]
This application parses a dialog script and displays the dialog without having to run Houdini. This can be used to quickly test dialog scripts without the overhead of re-loading Houdini.
This program generates
.ui files which are cached for future runs of
the application. When changing parameters, it’s a good idea to remove
.ui files to make sure that the dialogs are up to date. These
.ui files are built in...
C:/Documents and Settings/username/Local Settings/Temp/Dialogs/HDSParse(on Windows)
...so for testing, it’s usually a good idea to run:
rm -rf /usr/tmp/Dialogs/HDSParse dsparse dialog_script_name