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ACE3 - Open-source realism mod for Arma 3

  •    C++

ACE3 is a joint effort by the teams behind ACE2, AGM and CSE to improve the realism and authenticity of Arma 3. The project is entirely open-source and all contributions are welcome. Feel free to maintain your own custom version, so long as the changes you make are open to the public in accordance with the GNU General Public License (GPLv2).

Framework - Altis Life RPG mission framework for Arma 3 originally made by @TAWTonic.

  •    SQF

AsYetUntitled, formerly Altis Life RPG and ARMARPGLIFE is a roleplay framework for ArmA III originally made by TAW_Tonic. This Github is not currently associated with any forums.

arma-class-parser - Convert Arma3 class definitions to JSON

  •    Javascript

Parse Armed Assault classes (like: session log, mission.sqm, ...)

armake - A C implementation of Arma modding tools (PAA conversion, binarization/rapification, PBO packing)

  •    C

A cross-platform, open-source C implementation of Arma modding tools (PAA conversion, binarization & rapification, PBO packing, key generation and signing). It aims to provide a complete reimplementation of the entire process, but is able to use the official BI tools on Windows for building P3Ds if it can find them, as P3D conversion is still incomplete (and most likely will never be fully complete). Terrains and RTMs are not supported at the moment (I recommend binarizing RTMs once and then using the binarized version in your repo for now). armake is designed to be used in conjunction with tools like make to build larger projects. It deliberately does not provide a mechanism for building entire projects - composed of multiple PBO files - in one call. armake itself also does not do any threading. However, it is safe to run multiple armake instances at the same time, so you can use make to run, say, 4 armake instances simultaneously with make -j4. For examples of Makefiles that use armake, check out ACE3 and ACRE2.

R3 - Arma After Action Replay System, ongoing development in git branches

  •    SQF

Server Side addon for capturing unit movement and behaviour to a database for After Action Replays on a website. No modifications to your missions required, nothing for clients to download.

R3-Web - Website component for R3. Check branches for latest dev updates

  •    Javascript

Website component for the game server side addon for capturing unit movement and behaviour to a database for After Action Replays online. No modifications to your missions required, nothing for clients to download.

language-arma-atom - Atom language support for Real Virtuality file formats

  •    Python

This packages adds syntax highlighting and auto-completions for SQF files in Atom, including functions and macros from the CBA and ACE3 projects. This package is maintained and developed by the ACE3 development team and the Arma community effort. Syntax highlighting for all functions and script commands by Bohemia Interactive is supported. Next to that, functions and macros from CBA and ACE3 projects are also supported.

CBA_A3 - Community Base Addons for Arma 3

  •    SQF

Download the latest version and unpack it in your Arma 3 installation folder. Simply launch Arma 3 with -mod=@CBA_A3 afterwards. To install any of the optionals, simply copy the respective PBOs into the @CBA_A3\addons folder.

arma-server-web-admin - Web based server manager for Arma

  •    Javascript

A simple to use web admin panel for Arma servers. Make sure to disable Windows Error Reporting or server control will be stuck on a server crash.

node-arma-server - Wrapper for starting arma servers

  •    Javascript

Launch arma server or headless client

spectrum - Spectral Analysis in Python

  •    Python

The targetted audience is diverse. Although the use of power spectrum of a signal is fundamental in electrical engineering (e.g. radio communications, radar), it has a wide range of applications from cosmology (e.g., detection of gravitational waves in 2016), to music (pattern detection) or biology (mass spectroscopy). To install the conda executable itself, please see https://www.continuum.io/downloads .