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proton_vsrename [2012/02/27 03:54]
seth
proton_vsrename [2012/07/07 02:00]
seth
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 Now, at this point you can open windows/​lasercats.sln and build the game for windows and it should work.  (Don't forget to rebuild your resources with media/​build_media.bat ) Now, at this point you can open windows/​lasercats.sln and build the game for windows and it should work.  (Don't forget to rebuild your resources with media/​build_media.bat )
  
-=== Android ​considerations ​=== +=== Android ​notes === 
-But - one fault of vsrename is it doesn't change directory namesand android does have a directory named the app name.. so you'​ll ​have to **rename android/​src/​com/​rtsoft/​barebones** ​to **android/​src/​com/​mycompany/​lasercats**.+If you're doing Android, you'​ll ​probably want to look over the following files by hand to tweak things:
  
-NOTE:  This doesn'​t apply to the new v2.android build system that RTAdTest uses, it doesn'​t need any dirs renamed+  * android/​app_setup_info.bat 
- +  * android/​AndroidManifest.xml 
-There are probably other things you'll end up having ​to hand tweak as you build for each platformfeel free to add them here.+  * android/build.xml 
 +  * android/​res/​values/​strings.xml (to change the display name of the appunless it was hardcoded in the manifest) 
 +  * android/​res/​drawable/​icon.png (change the app icon)
  
 === Summary === === Summary ===
-And there go, more or less ready to go.  Keep in mind you can't move this project directory anywhere, you need to keep it in the same directory as proton'​s shared directory, as most of the scripts and tools use relative paths to minimize setup.+And there you go, more or less ready. ​ Keep in mind you can't move this project directory anywhere, you need to keep it in the same directory as proton'​s shared directory, as most of the scripts and tools use relative paths to minimize setup.
  
 It IS possible to do directory checkout of your own svn located inside of your svn proton checkout btw - it's what I do for client projects, works like charm. It IS possible to do directory checkout of your own svn located inside of your svn proton checkout btw - it's what I do for client projects, works like charm.
  
proton_vsrename.txt · Last modified: 2012/07/30 06:53 by seth