wrote a little piece of java so that you can port data into a csv file
how to use: java -jar property1[:filter] property2[:filter] property3[:filter]…
filters can be string literals, string literals joint with ‘|’, or a number range like 0.9-2.3
take note that there are quote marks in the txt data files so you need to write like “WEAPONS” in your commands.
for example, for windows:
java -jar csvize.jar data/modules guiname category:\"WEAPONS\" size restricted cost weight crew_required powerconsumed hitpoints min_range max_range optimum_range armour_penetration shield_penetration tracking_speed fire_interval damage > weapons.csv
save this to a .bat file, put it in the gsb game folder with the csvize.jar, and run. And you get a gratuitous weapons.csv data grid for the stats of all weapons.
download : dropbox.com/s/y2i1hprg3klmnzr/csvize.jar