Discussion in 'Announcements' started by Amadeus, Aug 8, 2013.

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    Amadeus The Maestro Staff Member

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    If you are interested in writing a script for ISXEVE in .NET, then I would encourage you to take a look at the .NET Wrapper at https://github.com/isxGames/ISXEVEWrapper. (This is the source to ISXEVEWrapper.dll that is included with ISXEVE under your /innerspace/.NET Programs/ folder.)

    Stealthy has done a good job of keeping this wrapper up-to-date; however, please feel to fork and update the source if you notice anything missing. Simply do a pull request on github and I will be happy to incorporate the changes into the master project. The only requirement is that you follow the design and coding conventions already established in the project.

    Pleae note that I do not have any good 'examples' of a .NET script/project for you to download and use as a template. However, if you search through the forums here (across all extensions), you might find some old projects that you could revive and from which you could learn.

    Finally, if you have questions, please feel free to come to irc.lavishsoft.com, #isxeve and ask them in channel. You might want to reference stealthy in your chat as he knows a great deal about the ISXEVEWrapper.
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    Amadeus The Maestro Staff Member

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    If you're new to git/github, here are my suggestions:
    1. Signup for github (easy)
    2. I suggest this software for use on windows: https://code.google.com/p/msysgit/downloads/list (i.e., Git-1.8.3-preview20130601.exe)
    3. Read this: https://help.github.com/articles/fork-a-repo


    To clone to my desktop, I typically right-click on a directory in explorer and choose "git bash". Then, I enter the commands from https://help.github.com/articles/fork-a-repo to clone and set up. Then, when I want to commit changes, or push/pull, I right click in the directory and choose "git commit tool" or "git gui". However, you could do it all with the bash shell if you prefer that sort of thing.

    Git is a pain to learn, but once you get it, it will make sense. It's really for developers and coders, so you need to be familiar with such systems or else have patience. Look for HOWTOs on google and github.

    When you have things on your "forked" version that you want to submit to be included in the "master" project, you want to do a "pull request" (google it.)
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