I don't know how much folks pay attention to these sorts of things, but Battle Scribe does have Robotech RPG Tactics files for compiling army lists. For those not in the know, Battle Scribe is a free (with advertisements or $5 for the desktop and $2 for the mobile app) program for compiling and building army lists for various games. I have no affiliation with Battle Scribe, just think it's nice to have a program do the math for me and show me what options I have as far as add-ons for units, weapons systems, etc. The other big name in the list-building business, Army Builder, does not currently support RRT. I own and use both systems.
"This game's success however, truly rests on us not Palladium (as much as they may think it does)." - Jaymz
The army Builder program will support RRT, but the company does not create or update datafiles for the different games. Those must be done by the players. It's how they keep themselves clear of any legal hassles (thanks GW).
So if anyone's out there who knows how to program Army Builder...
I'm partial to Battleplanner and have used it for Mechwarrior, Shadowrun, and one of my kids uses it for his Magic collection. Like Army Builder the end user has to create the module since the coder only works on the core engine of the program.
This is absolutely ridiculous. The Bible and D&D are completely different.
One is full of demons, devils, multi headed beasts, giants, winged men, talking animals, magic, sorcery, necromancy, illicit sex, bloodshed, sacrifices, violence, and torture.
And the other one is D&D. -DXGypsy: Thief, scholar, redditor