.gitignore for Unity3d with Microsoft Visual Studio
Unity3d Team License will extend the Unity editor, adding features to make team collaboration easy. It is however quite expensive if you getting started.
That is why I decided to go with GIT and BitBucket, which can hold infinite number of private repositories and is free up to 5 users.
- Start new unity project
- Open terminal and naviage to unity directory
- Create .gitignore file and paste below content
- Initialize git repository with
- Go to your Bitbucket or Github and create repository and follow instructions to add it to your local repository
[Ll]ibrary/ [Tt]emp/ [Oo]bj/ [Bb]uild/ [Ll]ocal[Cc]ache/ # Autogenerated VS/MD solution and project files *.csproj *.unityproj *.sln *.suo *.user *.userprefs *.pidb *.booproj .DS_Store # Unity3D Generated File On Crash Reports sysinfo.txt # Unity3d Upgrade Log UpgradeLog.htm
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