Hey! Thank you very much for doing all the great work with the site :).
Since Steam does not keeps track of what DLCs you own or not, it's impossible to keep track of it other than looking by hand. What I always do is to right click the game->properties->DLC and compare my list to the appropriate list in SteamDB. It would be useful to have a file I can clearly see which DLCs I own and which ones I don't and where I could mark the ones I have.
Now, what I would like to have is the list of All games with DLCs and their DLCs. Since I'm not an avid hacker/programmer and I don't really want to do it and maintain this by hand, I thought it would be easiest to ask directly to developers of the site, and I thought the form would be a good place to do so :). What would be enough is the simple CSV file with the format of ParentAppID,ParentName,DLCAppID,DLCName. Here's an example of how it could look like in the end. Do not bother with creating "DLC Owned?" and "Comments" column, that's what I'll add by hand. Also, don't bother with hyperlinking the numbers, I can do that myself too with few clever mass edits :). I do not want anything to be excluded from the lists - If it's in SteamDB, it should be on the list, even if the game/DLC is some regional duplicate, development version or ValveTestApp. Software too.
While the main reason would be for my and few of my friends' personal use, if you think it would be nice to have such tool hosted online on your site, go on! Thank in advance for any help with that :).
TL;DR - I need a CSV list of ALL DLCs on Steam in the format of ParentAppID,ParentName,DLCAppID,DLCName.
This might help you, though I scraped the data around 2 months back :) It contains the list of all the relevant tables I am sure you can create a view from those tables and get the data that you are looking for.
Direct Link if you are lazy - http://www.mediafire.com/download/y4qsvb8yb03nbpp/valve.7z
Thank you for the reply. I downloaded and looked at the file you attached. It indeed may contain useful info, but with my limited skill in databases, I think I'll pass.
PS. Is it possible to at least make a list of applications that supports DLCs (the ones that have an DLC tab)? Maybe something similar to this search query?
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