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en:tutorials:creating_your_own_scroll_project_using_init [2018/04/03 22:46 (2 years ago)]
sausage [How to Create your own orx/Scroll project]
en:tutorials:creating_your_own_scroll_project_using_init [2018/07/17 10:52 (21 months ago)]
sausage [How to Create your own orx/Scroll project]
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   - Copy Scroll'​s ''​include''​ folder into the root of your newly created Orx project.   - Copy Scroll'​s ''​include''​ folder into the root of your newly created Orx project.
  
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 A note on the include folder: your Orx project created using '​init'​ does not have an ''​include''​ folder. This is because Orx projects created with this tool uses the ''​include''​ folder via the $ORX environment variable. When you copy in the ''​include''​ folder from the Scroll layer, it will be newly created with only a ''​Scroll''​ subfolder contained inside. A note on the include folder: your Orx project created using '​init'​ does not have an ''​include''​ folder. This is because Orx projects created with this tool uses the ''​include''​ folder via the $ORX environment variable. When you copy in the ''​include''​ folder from the Scroll layer, it will be newly created with only a ''​Scroll''​ subfolder contained inside.
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   - Load your new orx/Scroll project using your favourite IDE. You'll find your build in the ''​build''​ folder.   - Load your new orx/Scroll project using your favourite IDE. You'll find your build in the ''​build''​ folder.
en/tutorials/creating_your_own_scroll_project_using_init.txt · Last modified: 2020/03/28 18:01 (5 days ago) by sausage