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RSG Editing Tutorial : How To Create Fixtures in EA Sports Cricket07

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RSG Editing Tutorial : How To Create Fixtures in EA Sports Cricket07

So, ever wondered how we make fixtures for our and others’ patches? Well, it’s the .RSG files we edit! The RSG files contain Cricket07 fixtures. They include all the teams, locations, date(s) and possibly overs. It might be hectic to edit, so we are publishing a Cricket07 Fixture Editing (RSG File) editing tutorial by Yudi from PlanetCricket! After this tutorial, you will know how to edit fixtures and create/edit fixtures of our patches! (.RSG files is their extension).

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A fixture our fan created with this tutorial!
What is an RSG file?

RSG files for Cricket 07 contain the fixtures. They control the teams participating, the locations, the time, the date and possibly the overs (match length).

How to edit an RSG file?

They can be easily edited by the Notepad.

A simple understanding of an RSG file.

Every RSG has a particular set of itself and that cannot be changed. Changing it will cause the game to crash. So, there is a big limitation in editing the RSGs. Let us see how the teams and stadiums (locations) can be edited/added/deleted.

Pool games are added in the <pool> tags followed by the number of games and the pool number (ID).

For example, this tag represents that this is the first round and the pool has 6 matches. The IDs begin from 0 and so the first pool has the ID 0, second has the ID 1 and so on.

Quote:
<pool games=”6″ id=”0″>
</pool>

Similarly, if its a round robin stage, the tags used are <round>. <round> tags are useful in leagues have format like the IPL.

How the games inside the <pool> and <round> tags are?

They are in the tags <game>.

Consider this example. This states that it is the first match, being played at the first location, between the first and the second team on 26th October, 2010 and is a day match.

Quote:
<game id=”0″ location=”0″ hometeam=”0″ awayteam=”1″ year=”2010″ month=”10″ day=”26″ night=”0″ overs=”2″ />

How to get the team IDs and Location IDs?

This is the most important part. Before the start of the pools or rounds, the locations and the teams have to be mentioned.

Locations are in the <locations> tag. For example, if the locations are Barbados (Game index 34) and Adelaide (Game index 2), then the <locations> tage looks like this.

Quote:
<locations>
<location id=”0″ alias=”Barbados” Index=”34″ />
<location id=”1″ alias=”Adelaide” Index=”2″ />
</locations>

The ID can be of our choice but the Index is specific for each stadium. Its the Index number which identifies the stadium and not the alias.

Similarly for the teams. If the teams participating are Australia (Game index 0), Scotland (Game Index 61), South Africa (Game Index 30) and Netherlands (Game index 21), then the <teams> tag looks like this,

Quote:
<teams>
<team id=”0″ alias=”Australia” Index=”0″ />
<team id=”1″ alias=”Scotland” Index=”61″ />
<team id=”2″ alias=”South Africa” Index=”30″ />
<team id=”3″ alias=”Netherlands” Index=”21″ />
</teams>

The maximum we can do by editing an RSG is to edit the teams, stadiums, time and date.

Teams and stadiums can be edited through editing the contents of the <teams> and <locations> tags respectively and the time can be edited by change the “Night” boolean value. Date can be edited by editing the “Day”, “Month” and the “Year” value in numerics.

Resources:

The RSG files

Quote:
The RSGs for various tournaments can be found from the 247th to the 271st rows of the fshlist

The Teams’ Index Numbers

Quote:
The Teams’ Index Numbers can be found in the “be2970b0ada8e42cf891ce60ffe69575.xml” file from data.gob.

For example:
The Index code for Australia is 0.

<team Index=”0” TeamName=”Australia” TeamNameShort=”Australia” Abbreviation=”AUS” LogoAbbreviation=”AUS” StandardOfCricket=”0″ /> <!– ID_AUSTRALIA –>

The Stadiums’ Index Numbers

Quote:
The Stadium Index Numbers can be found in “20f6cf7cd49d42dd0fe5f86519a0cd95.xml” file from data.gob.

For example:
The Index code for Auckland is 2

<stadium name=”Adelaide” location=”adelaide” id=”2” sky=”1″ ScoreboardType=”0″/>

I know that it is very difficult to understand editing RSGs at one go, but trying it out again and again would make one understand it quickly. The possibilities of discovering new things from RSGs are endless.

If any doubts, feel free to post here.

NOTE: Each and every text of the tutorial belongs to Yudi, a member of PlanetCricket. I am just publishing for knowledge purposes, knowledge is free after all!

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  1. Aayush Srivastava

    10th May 2013 at 10:52 am

    hi friend, I’m Aayush I did not understood the RSG editing so can you plzzz explain it in detail to plzzzz……… 🙂

    Reply

  2. Mehta Kishan

    22nd May 2013 at 7:50 am

    how to install .rsg madman

    Reply

    • jithu

      19th January 2014 at 1:23 pm

      dont need to play

      Reply

  3. chandan bajaj

    16th June 2013 at 6:15 pm

    sir can u make the video to how to edit the rsg file. its easier to understand.
    i want to edit the fixtures how i do.

    Reply

    • jithu

      19th January 2014 at 1:23 pm

      no

      Reply

  4. chandan bajaj

    16th June 2013 at 6:15 pm

    sir can u make the video to how to edit the rsg file. its easier to understand.
    i want to edit the fixtures how i do.

    Reply

    • jithu

      19th January 2014 at 1:23 pm

      no

      Reply

  5. Aayush Srivastava

    5th September 2013 at 12:25 pm

    Can you release a video tutroial for RSG editing plzzzz
    🙂

    Reply

  6. Aayush Srivastava

    5th September 2013 at 12:25 pm

    Can you release a video tutroial for RSG editing plzzzz
    🙂

    Reply

  7. jithu

    19th January 2014 at 1:24 pm

    In general cricket 07 will not work in Windows7

    Reply

  8. jithu

    19th January 2014 at 1:24 pm

    In general cricket 07 will not work in Windows7

    Reply

  9. ratan

    30th March 2014 at 8:24 am

    sir what u given is true but in .rsg we can edit but some locations especially newzealand locations not working why

    Reply

  10. ratan

    30th March 2014 at 8:24 am

    sir what u given is true but in .rsg we can edit but some locations especially newzealand locations not working why

    Reply

  11. Anand Balaji

    17th April 2014 at 9:59 am

    whenever i edit ashes the game crashes

    Reply

  12. Anand Balaji

    17th April 2014 at 9:59 am

    whenever i edit ashes the game crashes

    Reply

  13. Anand Balaji

    17th April 2014 at 10:29 am

    how do u know which files u can edit… i made the ashes with india & pak and the game crashed

    Reply

  14. Anand Balaji

    17th April 2014 at 10:29 am

    how do u know which files u can edit… i made the ashes with india & pak and the game crashed

    Reply

  15. WajahatMehmood

    12th June 2014 at 12:01 pm

    how to download this file there is no download link

    Reply

  16. WajahatMehmood

    12th June 2014 at 12:01 pm

    how to download this file there is no download link

    Reply

  17. Nivi Lion

    7th January 2015 at 12:35 pm

    I can’t found rsg file in the root directory. Where can I found it.

    Reply

  18. Nivi Lion

    7th January 2015 at 12:35 pm

    I can’t found rsg file in the root directory. Where can I found it.

    Reply

  19. Rikesh De Silva Chhetri

    29th March 2016 at 1:21 pm

    hope i can help you guys about rsg editing

    Reply

  20. Kunal

    4th April 2016 at 5:22 pm

    How to edit knock out cup and world series fixtures…

    Reply

  21. Kunal Thorat

    16th April 2016 at 5:04 pm

    Hello mate can u explain me how to edit knock out and world series fixtures and rfes… reply

    Reply

  22. nkp

    13th November 2016 at 5:53 pm

    How to creat international tour matche

    Reply

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