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This is an NP-Hard problem.
For the alternatives the first one that comes to mind is Entitas. Also there is Svelto.ECS being developed by @sebas77.
As for picking the Unity...
Is this available yet?
Turtles all the way down
2 bananas later.
Jokes aside, my guess is not soon. You can probably release a couple of big-scale games in the meantime.
You can try this: https://github.com/liortal53/upm-embed
But your changes will probably get overwritten if you update the package.
I like the concept. Good luck.
You can get your own: https://openupm.com/packages/com.newtonsoft.json/
That is amazing! Thank you! <3
Apparently, regular joints are not converted to ECS physics joints automagically (or maybe I misconfigured them?). What is the best way of...
Yeah, I forgot to mention, you need something like this to resolve Git dependencies of a package:...
No, I have been using this method for a while and dependencies are working fine for me.
There is a trick: https://github.com/starikcetin/awesome-upm/blob/master/README.md#how-to-support-upm-in-my-git-repository
To sum up: you create...
This would indeed be very useful.
Got it. Will be adding my packages when I get the chance :)
There is this: https://github.com/liortal53/upm-embed
It embeds the package in your project, so you can change it however you please.
Hey, amazing job you did there. Congratulations.
I looked around for a while but I couldn't see an option for uploading a package from the...
I created the PR, I will merge it after testing: https://github.com/starikcetin/awesome-upm/pull/19
Edit: Works like a charm. Merged. Thank you!