So, 3 days ago I thought to myself that I really needed Pipeline tool to work on linux, but you guys aren’t even close to completing it, so I had two options, either I wait for 6 months to few years for you to release a Pipeline tool on linux, or I make it myself.
I chose the second option…:
Fixed bug with build cleaning content before building it
Some minor auto size improvements with properties view
Added assembly info
Fixed bug with new project not adding to recent file list
Added “.” to allowed characters list for renaming and adding new item dialogs
Added the ability to press enter on renaming and adding new item dialogs
Added auto scroll to the main textview
Added higher resolution icon
Added add items auto setting processor and importer for the following extensions: “.png”, “.gif”, “.jpg” ,".fbx", “.spriteFont” and “.xml”
MGCB is not included in the mac archive, you’ll need to compile it manually.
Side note, I’ve started working on the official pipeline tool so I probably won’t post any more updates for this one.
On mac drag and drop doesn’t function.
What are the differences?
-you can drag and drop files around in the treeview
-there is a rename option
-there are 2 delete options, remove and delete
-add file copies file to the folder instead of linking it
Can it work on Windows?
Yes, but you guys already have the official tool, why would you want this one
What did you use to make the tool?
c# and gtk
Can we get your source code?
Sure, I’ll post it later when I’m not lazy to setup a github page for it…