phil_delta_engine

Hi

The company I work for is a great fan of Spine, have bought multiple licences and has been following it since the Kickstarter :)

We are building an open-source multiplatform game engine and would like to be able to support our users that own Spine. Since we needed no changes to the official runtime to integrate it, we would like to be able to offer them a Spine nuget package for simplicity - either an official one created by yourselves, or one created by us.

I notice that six months ago you weren't ready to create an official nuget quite yet - you felt the codebase was still too much in flux: https://github.com/EsotericSoftware/spi ... /issues/35

Do you still feel this to be the case? And, if you're still not ready, would you have any objection if we maintained a nuget for our users until the official one comes online? We would include your copyright, licence notes and a link to your website, naturally.

We would also like to provide our users (who will mostly be non-Spine licence holders in all probability) a few samples of Spine animations - perhaps an animated menu, an animated character similar to SpineBoy and nothing more - to get them hooked on how easy Spine is to use with our engine. Then we can send them your way to buy a licence and start creating their own versions :)

Here is the link to our website for your interest: http://www.deltaengine.net/


Thanks for the great work so far, and wishing you every success for the future!


- Phil, Delta Engine developer
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Nate

Hi Phil, what is the contents of the nuget? If it is just an XML descriptor, I can commit it to our github repo. If it includes files from the github repo (source and/or binaries) then I'd prefer not to host it at this time, since it would need to be kept up to date with the github repo. You can definitely host it though!
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DeltaEngine

Hi Nate, nuget packages usually just have a compiled assembly (dll file plus dependencies if needed) and a .nuspec xml description file. Spine is now hosted at nuget (had to add a version number, used the one of the current download, author is "Esoteric Software", but nuget displays the uploader, see attached file for details):
http://www.nuget.org/packages/Spine/

The .nuspec file is attached so you can commit it to your github repo. We will try to keep it up to date, just click on my account, I host quite a lot of open source projects on nuget. Someone has to do it.

Btw: Great new kickstarter campaign, I immediately supported it ;)
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Nate

Cool thanks! I committed the nuspec here with slight changes (icon, requireLicenseAcceptance):
https://github.com/EsotericSoftware/spi ... .18.nuspec

Also, thanks for your support! :)
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