C# .NET Class Library for creating 2D game editors
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What is the Editors library?
The Editors class library provides utilities for creating common editors like text editors, image editors, and level editors. While these editors can be used in any scenario, the design principle focuses on using them for 2D game editing purposes.
- Get the latest version of Visual Studio. At the time of writing this, it should be Visual Studio 2017. You have three options: Community, Professional, and Enterprise. Any of these three are fine. The collaborators presently build against community since it is free. See that you meet the System Requirements for Visual Studio for best interaction.
- When installing Visual Studio, under the Workloads tab, select .NET desktop development. Under the Individual Components tab, select .NET Framework 4.7 SDK and .NET Framework 4.7 targeting pack if they weren't already selected. If a newer SDK is available, be sure to select that one as well. We will keep up to date with the SDK as frequently as possible.
- Click Install and let the installer do it's thing.
- Clone our repository and open the solution file in Visual Studio.
- Open the test explorer and make sure all tests are passing.
Do you want to add a feature, report a bug, or propose a change to the project? That's awesome! First, please refer to our Contributing file. We use it in hopes having the best working environment we can.
- Nelson Garcia: Project leader and main programmer
C# .NET Class Library for creating 2D game editors Copyright (C) 2018 Nelson Garcia
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