S.T.A.L.K.E.R Configuration File Cleaner
This is a simple perl script to make the configuration (.ltx) files in STALKER less unreadable; it does this by making variable assignments within sections all align vertically with one another. Not
only is this less horrifyingly ugly, but it makes editing things in Vim or other advanced text editors much easier. In other words, this script will turn the following: [pre] variable1 = 1 var2 = 2 mylongvariablename = 3 [/pre] into [pre] variable1 = 1 var2 = 2 mylongvariablename = 3 [/pre] Vertical alignment is calculated per-section, so one long variable name in a single section won\'t push all the alignments way off to the right. Tabs are used on both sides of the equal sign so that block-assignments such as [pre] var = val1, val2, val3, val4 [/pre] retain their correct alignment, without needing to mix spaces and tabs (always the wrong thing to do).