com.nickmaltbie.recolorshaderunity

1.0.0 • Public • Published

RecolorShaderUnity

Nick Maltbie's RecolorShaderUnity for easily creating and sharing unity packages over git and NPM.

RecolorShaderUnity is an open source project hosted at https://github.com/nicholas-maltbie/RecolorShaderUnity

This is an open source project licensed under a MIT License.

Installation

Install the latest version of the project by importing a project via git at this URL: https://github.com/nicholas-maltbie/RecolorShaderUnity.git#release/latest

If you want to reference a specific tag of the project such as version v1.0.0, add a release/#v1.0.0 to the end of the git URL to download the package from th auto-generated branch for that release. An example of importing v1.0.0 would look like this:

https://github.com/nicholas-maltbie/RecolorShaderUnity.git#release/v0.1.0

To use the latest release, simply reference:

https://github.com/nicholas-maltbie/RecolorShaderUnity.git#release/latest

For a full list of all tags, check the RecolorShaderUnity Tags list on github. I will usually associated a tag with each release of the project.

Note: before I started using the package format for the project, I manually released a unity package you needed to import. Any version before v1.0.0 will not work to import the project.

If you do not include a tag, this means that your project will update whenever you reimport from main. This may cause some errors or problems due to experimental or breaking changes in the project.

You can also import the project via a tarball if you download the source code and extract it on your local machine. Make sure to import via the package manifest defined at Packages\com.nickmaltbie.RecolorShaderUnity\package.json within the project.

For more details about installing a project via git, see unity's documentation on Installing form a Git URL.

Scoped Registry Install

If you wish to install the project via a Scoped Registry and npm, you can add a scoped registry to your project from all of the com.nickmaltbie packages like this:

"scopedRegistries": [
  {
    "name": "nickmaltbie",
    "url": "https://registry.npmjs.org",
    "scopes": [
      "com.nickmaltbie"
    ]
  }
]

Then, if you want to reference a version of the project, you simply need to include the dependency with a version string and the unity package manager will be able to download it from the registry at https://registry.npmjs.org

"dependencies": {
  "com.nickmaltbie.RecolorShaderUnity": "1.0.0",
}

Tests

If you wish to include the testing code for this project, make sure to add the com.nickmaltbie.RecolorShaderUnity to the testables of the project manifest.

  "testables": [
    "com.nickmaltbie.RecolorShaderUnity"
  ]

Demo

You can see a demo of the project running here: https://nickmaltbie.com/RecolorShaderUnity/. The project hosted on the website is up to date with the most recent version on the main branch of this github repo and is automatically deployed with each update to the codebase.

Samples

The samples in the project include:

  • ExampleSample - Example sample for RecolorShaderUnity.

Documentation

Documentation on the project and scripting API is found at https://nickmaltbie.com/RecolorShaderUnity/docs/ for the latest version of the codebase.

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