Packages are now in charge of registering their registries This also allows them to hook into the Registry Loading of each registry they register to register entries programmatically, allowing a primitive random level generation for example. Signed-off-by: Justin Wiblin <email@example.com> Start of Registry Registration Reviewed-on: https://chocobo.cosiestdevil.uk/Games/Infernal-Game-Framework/pulls/32 Closes #19 Co-Authored-By: Justin Wiblin <firstname.lastname@example.org> Co-Committed-By: Justin Wiblin <email@example.com>
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You can download the latest build of the main branch from our build server
The latest full release is found at on the release page
Requires the .net 6 SDK to build
Once installed you can build and run.
To build run either the
publish.sh script depending the platform you are building on. You can specify which platforms you wish to build for by passing one or more of: win-x64, osx-x64, linux-x64, or portable as arguments to the script, if you dont sepcify any platforms it will build for all. This will createa Zip file for each platform as well as a publish folder, with a sub-folder for each platform.
We use and encourages Early Pull Requests. Please don't wait until you're done to open a PR!
git commit --allow-empty -m "start of [thing you're working on]"