Projects / Neveredit


Neveredit aims to provide end-user module editing facilities for Bioware's Neverwinter Nights computer game. It parses and writes most NWN files and provides a convenient interface to change a growing number of attributes of the module they constitute. For developers, it provides a set of Python classes that can be used to manipulate NWN files at two layers of abstraction.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  20 Sep 2005 18:29

    Release Notes: This release adds the beginnings of a conversation editor, preliminary support for multi-language editing, lazy caching of editors for better performance, and the ability to add new resource files to a module. Under the hood, this release has seen a vast reorganization of the codebase and many fixes and improvements.

    •  15 Feb 2005 21:27

      Release Notes: This release adds the ability to add new items to modules and proper handling of non-ASCII international characters. It corrects hak pack order and capitalization as well as other bugs.

      •  13 Jul 2004 03:01

        Release Notes: Neveredit now includes a tiled OpenGL map display with placeables, creatures, and doors, as well as a new integrated script editor and script compiler with syntax highlighting, block collapsing, and error highlighting. This version also introduces a linked help viewer that provides automatic lookup of definitions from the script editor. A linux binary release is now available.

        •  15 Apr 2004 20:38

          Release Notes: This release includes a prototype of an OpenGL-based map viewer that allows you to see the location of creatures, placeables, and doors, and to move them. Also included are several bugfixes and smaller improvements.

          •  02 Mar 2004 10:33

            Release Notes: This version adds item and creature property editing for module areas, adds door/placeable specific properties (e.g. 'OnUse'), adds 2da properties (e.g. appearance, music, load screens), can now merge another ERF file into an existing module, adds preferences for default module and ERF file locations, adds dialog.tlk lookups to the command line tool, and includes several bugfixes, including one where wrong resources were looked up.


            Project Spotlight


            A Fluent OpenStack client API for Java.


            Project Spotlight

            TurnKey TWiki Appliance

            A TWiki appliance that is easy to use and lightweight.