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Discussion in '2019.3 Beta' started by SoloChristian, Nov 1, 2019.
Throws 3 Errors if you add HD Packages 7.1.2
Maybe 7.1.3 will release
Well hopefully they haven't went home for the weekend yet. Because I don't see a way on the Hub to download older Betas..
yeah terrain shaders are broken in 7.1.2
Is it that complicated to write automated test, that will import all available packages for released version and check, that there are no compile errors in the console?
Well Also they recently Broke the Refresh on Shader Graphs when making a material. Now all you see is a white ball. And the Visual Environment script say it needs a volume even though it has one. And in general Settings from older builds tend not to work.
I think it will just be 8.0 next.
Even for 2019.3? But when ?
7.x is for 2019.3
8.x will be for 2020.1
If you guys want best compat only use verified packages. Expect trouble otherwise.
Perhaps there will be some 7.x revisions but looking at github shows 8.x is the focus. Unity's dances with version numbers are amazing though. I see on some assets (XR for instance) the 2.x ones are many months older than the 1.x ones.
It's best to make the game with whatever is here right now, today. If Unity doesn't have it and you can't, it's best to find the right fit engine that can. Unity won't mind, they are first and foremost intelligent people.
7.1.2 is verified for 2019.3, but broken in beta 9.
7.1.2 is broken in 2020.1 as well for deployment. Do you have a bug number? might help them chase it down.
Just submitted one, case 1195763
Very easy repro. Create new project in 2019.3 beta 9, upgrade HDRP to 7.1.2, get errors.
7.1.2 is definitely marked as verified and it absolutely breaks a default HD project in 2019.3 B9
It's marked as a known issue on the change log for b9.
Then why did they release it if they knew it broke things? LoL
Ah damn it, I was sure I checked. Thanks, going to close the defect.
Yes I too would like to see them in the hub ( older versions )
No, there is a 'not finished/released yet' 7.2.0 on github and every so often most of the stuff originally put under github 8.x master or staging branches is still being merged into 7.2.0.
I dont have any clues about when 7.2.0 will be released.
I think around this month will be released 2019.3 so along with it.
Actually I am out of date again - what I said sometimes happens with merging 8.x work in to 7.x, happened again earlier today. But not just for 7.2.0 (branch release/2019.3) but also 7.1.3 (branch release/7.1.x), the changelog for which now says that the release date for 7.1.3 is today, Nov 4th.
I'm still showing only 7.1.2 in the package manager. Hopefully it will show up today
Goodness I hope so. I haven't been able to deploy to device on 7.1.2 without a battery of visual problems.
We are aware of the issue and working on releasing a HDRP 7.1.3 which will address the problem:
Any word on when this will be out? Version Unity 2019.3.0b8 is not showing it yet in the Package Manager..
Did anybody try with b10?
1194975 is still mentioned in the release.
Yep still broken
@Charles_Beauchemin will 7.1.3 be final HDRP for release version?
When will be available ?
So a New Version came out but NO 7.1.3. I tried going back to 7.1.1 . But the project throws a infinite error as soon as you re-open it. We need 7.1.3 Yesterday guys..
The team is looking into releasing 7.1.3 later today.
Where is 7.1.3 ? I just cancelled teaching my Unity class because we are waiting for it..
While I'm also waiting on the fix, this seems a bit extreme? You can just re-install beta 8 and continue? I know it's not in the launcher, but easy to download with the link from the release notes here:
Sadly no you can't. We have tried removing the current package and using the 7.1.2 it always results in some weird repeating error in the project. The only other option is exporting everything as packages and rebuilding the entire project. Which I am trying to avoid with a class full of students.
Of course your situation is different from mine, but yesterday I successfully installed beta 8 and can use that + 7.1.2 with my project just fine?
a quick workaround: just copy-paste all the contents in SerializedScalableSetting.cs to whatever other file that's in the project(e.g. SerializedScalableSettingValue.cs). You just have to do this everytime you restart unity or modify a package.
Unfortunately right after I do this Unity insists it needs to restart because I just switched to HDRP (I was already on it), which makes this futile.
@LeonhardP Any progress or new ETA on this issue?