I have a rather simple question to which I can’t find an answer.
I’m currently working in a team which uses blueprints exclusively. But sometimes I encounter things which cannot be done in a satisfying way (or not at all) with blueprints. So the question is, if I add C++ code to the project do the other team members also need a copy of Visual Studio or have to adjust their environment in any way?
If you add code to your project and compile the project, a #YourProjectName.dll will be created in the “Binaries” folder. You will have to at least distribute the .*dll-file to your team members. They do not need to have Visual Studio. You can distribute the source code as well and they just ignore it on their end because they can start up the editor using the dll.
Thank you, that’s exactly what I was looking for!
i think the only caveat is that they will have to create a blueprint only project and you have a c++ code project on your end, but this should not be a problem, i think.