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macOS + Unity : DllNotFoundException: steam_api64.dll #48

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ajwalters opened this Issue Jul 18, 2017 · 2 comments

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ajwalters commented Jul 18, 2017

Hello,

I'm having troubles integrating the Steamworks library into my Unity project. I downloaded it from the Asset Store and followed the readme instructions by moving the native DLLs from Native to my project root along with the appid file.

When I fire up Unity with the FacepunchSteamworksTest.cs component added, I get the dll not found error above.

One thing that caught my eye was the stack trace shows SteamNative.Platform+Win64.SteamApi_SteamAPI_Init (), which seemed odd considering I'm running on mac. Should these files be in a different location on a mac than for windows? I also noticed mono is reporting Unix as the Environment.OSVersion.Platform instead of MacOSX which seems contrary to the expectations of the code in SteamNative.Platform.cs. Not sure if that's an issue, but figured more information is better

OS: macOS Sierra 10.12.5
Unity: 5.6.1f1

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ajwalters Jul 18, 2017

Just found this in the closed issues (should have checked there) #11

I'll give it a shot and close if it's all good

ajwalters commented Jul 18, 2017

Just found this in the closed issues (should have checked there) #11

I'll give it a shot and close if it's all good

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ajwalters Jul 18, 2017

That did it. Sorry for the spam

ajwalters commented Jul 18, 2017

That did it. Sorry for the spam

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