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Unity​3​D Build System

by fredpointzero ALL

Sublime Unity3d Build

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  • 2013.02.21.16.17.48
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 8 years ago
  • 42 minutes ago
  • 8 years ago

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  • Win 8K
  • Mac 5K
  • Linux 484
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UnityBuild

This is an extension of Sublime Text 2 to support Unity 3d builds.

Use Unity as build system and enjoy !

Windows

If it does not work at the first time, check the xbuild path in UnityBuild.sublime-build (it uses the default location of Unity) (C:\Program Files (x86)\Unity\Editor\Data\Mono\bin\)

OSX

Make sure you have MonoDevelop 2.10.2 installed on your OSX in the default location. If get it here : http://download.mono-project.com/archive/2.10.2/macos-10-x86/5.4/MonoFramework-MRE-2.10.2_5.4.macos10.novell.x86.dmg

If it does not work at the first time, check the xbuild path in UnityBuild.sublime-build (it uses the default location of Unity) (/Applications/Unity/MonoDevelop.app/Contents/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Commands/xbuild)

NB : The logger used is based on Jacob Pennock's logger