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  • 06/19/18 02:27 PM
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    Github Announces Github for Unity 1.0

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    khawk
    • Posted By khawk

    Today, at Unite Berlin, GitHub announced the launch of GitHub for Unity 1.0, making git even more accessible to game developers. The Unity editor extension brings Git into Unity with an integrated sign-in experience for GitHub users, introducing key features for game development teams to manage large assets and critical scene files using Git in the same way that users manage code files, all within Unity.

    GitHub for Unity is a Unity editor extension that brings Git into Unity 5.6, 2017.x, and 2018.x with an integrated sign-in experience for GitHub users. It introduces two key features for game development teams: support for large files using Git LFS and file locking. These features allow you to manage large assets and critical scene files using Git in the same way that you manage code files, all within Unity.

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    The initial alpha-version was made available in March 2017, and is now publicly available to download at unity.github.com and from the Unity Asset Store.



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