For EVN, R&R's Nova Tools for ResEdit introduce massive functionality and a pleasing interface into the venerable ResEdit. For most work in OS9 they can't be beat. However, ResEdit is not especially stable under OSX.
Under OSX, Mission Computer and EVONE are the big boys. Both have their strengths, are fundamentally stable, and both are not yet in the finished state the authors are working towards. Mission Computer has great strengths in Missions, and edits all resources, although some editors are rudimentary. It has good on line and context sensitive help, and offers some extra goodies. EVONE has the great advantage that it can look at all your plugin files at once. It also edits all resources, though again some of the editors are well developed and others are rudimentary.
EVONE also contains a converter to turn EVO files into EVN files - however, there are a number of undocumented differences which will not be trapped. See the FAQ on that topic.
These utilities are available on the add-ons page, although check for announcements on the developer's page for newer versions which may take some time to filter through.
For EVO, Mission Control is a Missions dedicated editor. Shipwrite is a ship editor and EVO Developer's Map is a map, system and spob editor. EV-Edit works for both EV and EVO.
Shipwrite and MissionControl: http://www.sutherland-studios.com.au/famil...o_software.html
(This message has been edited by Chamrin (edited 09-02-2000).)
(This message has been edited by Martin Turner (edited 11-03-2003).)