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Discussion in 'Scripting' started by ramtamir, May 16, 2019.

  1. ramtamir

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    Hi

    I'm currently working with vs community 2017. I'm looking into a solution where I can have portable versions of unity and an IDE on my usb stick.I haven't been able to find a working solution yet. Anyone does something similar?
     
  2. csofranz

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    Doesn't this work for you?
     
  3. lordofduct

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  4. csofranz

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    Ah. VS. Yeah - that could be an issue - I'm using Monodevelop, and that is portable (and on Mac, too).
     
  5. ramtamir

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    I was talking about the coding environment.
     
  6. ramtamir

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    I've tried that, but it doesn't seem to work since it needs some other things installed too, the .NET thing for instance.
     
  7. ramtamir

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    How do you do that? I've looked into that and it looks complicated
     
  8. csofranz

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    Just run the full Unity installation procedure (Monodevelop comes with Unity Mac) on the thumb drive.
     
  9. Ryiah

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  10. csofranz

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    HOT DAMN! It didn't even occur to me to look for a Unity-Integrated editor. Probably comes from spending way too much time in XCode, CodeWarrior and Eclipse. Damn that thing is nice, a steal at 30 bucks! Thanks for the tip, Ryiah!