[FONT=Comic Sans MS]2D Character Engine
[FONT=Comic Sans MS]I am in the process of converting my 2D Character Engine project into a community project. I will tidy up the content and put it on GiHub shortly. As of now, this is only an announcement, so stay tuned!
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I really like what you are doing.
When can we expect this to be on github?
I’m going to try to set it up within a few days, maybe a week at the most. i’m going to make a “getting started” video for this.
Or when I figure out how GitHub works… Or if I even can put a Blueprint project there.
Here is a dummies guide to using github -
Part 1: Creating a Repository -
- Login to your Github Account
- Click the Create new Repo button on the main page @ https://github.com/
- Type in the Repo name and then Choose Public if not already done.
- Choose Initialize with Read me (This will allow you to make a readme file)
- Choose a License from the Drop down (I personally recommend the MIT license)
- Click Create Repository
Part 2: Installing Github for windows.
- Log in to your github account
- Download Github for Windows
- Follow the On screen Instructions to completion.
Part 3: Downloading your repo
- Create a New folder and name it what you want. This will be the location for our Local Repo on your hard drive.
- In Github for windows Click the Plus Icon in the top left
- Select the Clone Option
- Select your repository
- Then hit the checkmark at the bottom.
- A Dialog will pop up and ask you were you want to clone the repository to.
- Select the location of your folder that we made in step one.
- This will download the readme file and any other files from Github to your computer.
- Wait for it to finish.
Part 4 - Uploading the Files
- You should have a readme.md and a License file
- Copy the 2D Character Engine into the local repo folder on your hard drive.
- Type in a title of the commit and the description of the commit. Hit Commit to master
- Then Hit Sync.
- Github for Windows will sync your local repo with the one on github.
That should get you started
That sure did the trick! I downloaded from github and it worked on my side. Still a lot to do, but it’s out there now.
Thanks for the help HeadClot!
Awesome - Glad to hear it helped
Having a hard time updating the project to 4.8. Getting issues with overlap events.
Wait til 4.8.1 Hotfix. Lots of bugs in 4.8