Things to note when committing your Unity Project to GIT

In your Unity Project: Go to Edit > Project Settings > Editor. Set Version Control Mode as Visible Meta Files.  Set Asset Serialization Mode as Force Text. In your GIT Project: Set .gitignore obj Temp *.tmproj *.csproj *.unityproj *.sln *.suo *.user *.pidb *.userprefs Library/cache/* Library/metadata/* Library/previews/* Library/ScriptAssemblies/* .DS_Store Library/* Library/AssetImportState Library/AssetServerCacheV3 Library/FailedAssetImports.txt Library/ScriptMapper Library/asetDatabase3 Library/cache Library/expandedItems Library/guidmapper AnnotationManager assetDatabase3 AssetImportState assetservercachev3 AssetServerCacheV3 AssetVersioning.db AudioManager.asset BuildPlayer.prefs BuildSettings.asset DynamicsManager.asset EditorSettings.asset … Continue reading Things to note when committing your Unity Project to GIT

TV Shows are Back! Keep track of them with the Episodes App

I have been tracking my TV shows with Episodes for a while now. It’s super easy to use, just search for your TV shows and add them to your watch list. You can even turn on notifications, so that it’ll send you a notification the day before, the day or the day after it airs. The watch list will also show you when the next … Continue reading TV Shows are Back! Keep track of them with the Episodes App

How to create DLLs for Unity?

I guess the first question is Why? Why create DLLs? DLLs can be used to Tidy Up Unity Code, speed up compile time (a bit), makes it easier to redistribute code and a bunch of other Pros (but also Cons), and reduce deployment clutter and you can literally put everything you need – textures, audio, whatever – inside one file. Okay, so now, How? Unity actually has a … Continue reading How to create DLLs for Unity?

“New Year, New You” with Apps

New year… new year resolutions… My goal for this year is to lose my chubby tummy! So far I’m trying (desperately trying, seemingly failing) a low carb diet, exercise… And I downloaded a bunch of Apps: So far, I’ve tried to “work out” using Seven and lolo’s Easy Abs. Seven Although Seven only comes with 12 free Full Body exercises, which includes push ups and … Continue reading “New Year, New You” with Apps