Put into simple steps
Step 1: download and run BZRandom 2.0 (its a .jar file, so it runs on all operating systems.
Step 2: in the input field put in the number of objects you would like (this number will be multiplied by 4)
Step 3: press the addictingly large button and choose the name and location of the map file
Step 4:open the new file in notepad and define the groups
sample for a hexagon
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define tree2 arc size 10 10 10 divisions 6 end enddef
Other notes: The program may look polished but it is not yet finished. so you may run into problems.
I have also posted a command line version for those who are allergic to GUI's don't worry. The command line version does exactly the same thing.
my sandstorm map that is currently up on my server used a slightly modified version of the program to place cacti and sand dunes. (that version had no symmetry)
and with that i will later come up with variations and ect.
license is Public Domain
source code will be available soon
Hutty Jaybird Blue Muncher