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GitHub for Unity

The GitHub for Unity extension brings Git and GitHub into Unity, integrating source control into your work with friendly and accessible tools and workflows.

You can reach the team right here by opening a new issue, or by joining one of the chats below. You can also email us at unity@github.com, or tweet at @GitHubUnity

Build Status

Join the chat at https://discord.gg/5zH8hVx

Notices

Please refer to the list of known issues, and make sure you have backups of your work before trying it out.

From version 0.19 onwards, the location of the plugin has moved to Assets/Plugins/GitHub. If you have version 0.18 or lower, you need to delete the Assets/Editor/GitHub folder before you install newer versions. You should exit Unity and delete the folder from Explorer/Finder, as Unity will not unload native libraries while it's running. Also, remember to update your .gitignore file.

Building and Contributing

Please read the How to Build document for information on how to build GitHub for Unity.

The CONTRIBUTING.md document will help you get setup and familiar with the source. The documentation folder also contains more resources relevant to the project.

If you're looking for something to work on, check out the up-for-grabs label.

How to use

The quick guide to GitHub for Unity

More in-depth information

More Resources

See unity.github.com for more product-oriented information about GitHub for Unity.

License

MIT

The MIT license grant is not for GitHub's trademarks, which include the logo designs. GitHub reserves all trademark and copyright rights in and to all GitHub trademarks. GitHub's logos include, for instance, the stylized Invertocat designs that include "logo" in the file title in the following folder: IconsAndLogos.

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