.WDL File Extension

File Type 1

World Definition Language Script

Developer Conitec Datasystems
Popularity
3.5  |  2 Votes
Category Developer Files
Format N/A

What is a WDL file?

Script written in the World Definition Language (WDL); used for programming games in 3D Gamestudio (3DGS), a game development program; contains program source code and may reference other WDL files.

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WDL files are saved in a text format that can be opened and edited with a text editor. Most 3DGS games are now programed in C Script.

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Programs that open WDL files

Windows
Conitec Datasystems 3D Gamestudio
Updated February 13, 2009
File Type 2

Worldox Project

Developer Worldox
Popularity
3.5  |  2 Votes
Category Data Files
Format N/A

What is a WDL file?

A WDL file is a link to one or more files stored in the Worldox document management system. Opening a WDL file will open a list of file(s) the file links to, provided you are connected to the instance of Worldox that created the file.

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Worldox is a document management system that businesses use to organize and control access to documents and other files. If a user wants to link multiple files together in Worldox, they can do so by adding the files to a Worldox project. They can then save the project as a WDL file and access that file in Worldox just as they would any other controlled file.

When you open a WDL file in Worldox, the program shows a list of the files the WDL file links to. Users can search for, open, and edit WDL files just as they would any other Worldox document or file.

How to open a WDL file

You can open a WDL file in Worldox (Windows). To do so, use Worldox's search function to find your WDL file. Then, right-click the file and select Open.

Programs that open WDL files

Windows
Updated January 27, 2022

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