RBRtimes exports all stage records from Richard Burns Rally to a HTML file, that looks like this.
It can also export the results to a plaintext file, and by uploading the HTML records file to a website you can compare your stage records with other people.
To use it, simply put the RBRtimes.exe into your Richard Burns Rally directory and run it. It should create a file named “Records.html” which contains all the stage records. The exe also outputs the records in plaintext to stdout, so by running it from the command line or by piping the output to a file, with “RBRtimes.exe >records.txt” for example, you can get your results in a format that you can easily “copy-paste” anywhere.
Note that if you haven’t driven any stage records yet, all records will be held by Richard Burns.
The results can be compared using this website. Just insert the URLS of any Records.html’s you want to compare into the textbox and click compare.
When I run the EXE, a console window just flashes and nothing else happens. Whats wrong?
RBRtimes is a console application, and creating the Records.html is quite fast so its normal for the program to just quickly “flash” when ran. Check your RBR directory, RBRtimes should have created a Records.html file which contains the stage records.
I ran the EXE, but a Records.html was not created.
Try running the program from the command prompt to see if it outputs any errors.
It says ‘SavedGames/pfresult.rst’ not found, whats wrong?
Make sure you run the RBRtimes.exe from the directory you have Richard Burns Rally installed in. If you are running it from the Windows Explorer, the exe should be placed in RBR directory. If running from the command line, ‘cd’ to the RBR directory first before running the EXE.