- https://github.com/Lachee/Unity-Package-Exporter (CLI exporter)
- https://github.com/Lachee/discord-rpc-csharp (example)
As our primary target platform is Unity, and Unity currently does not treat NuGet as a first-class citizen, we should pack Libplanet as a Unity asset package and submit it to Unity Asset Store. Ideally, it should be automatically submitted to Unity Asset Store every time we pushed a tag to the repository, in the similar way to NuGet (see also #52). First of all, we need some survey about:
See also this article: Using CircleCI to build/test/make unitypackage on Unity by Yoshifumi Kawai, the author of UniRx.
According to the Unity's official Submission Guidelines (1.1.1.b):
The compatible licenses that we mainly allow are MIT, BSD 3-Clause, and Apache. Any licenses that require a product to maintain open-sourced or limit usability in commercial products such as GNU/GPL Mozilla Public License, or any Creative Commons that requires attribution will not be allowed.
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