About 'Using Git With Godot'!

gdt_s02_using_git_with_godot

#1

In this video (objectives)…

  1. What version control is
  2. Why it’s important
  3. What to track, and what not
  4. A reminder about “Lecture Project Changes”

After watching (learning outcomes)…

At least create a simple backup of your project folder by taking a zip. Optionally setup Git.

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#2

Love the course so far. I love the Tips and shortcuts. Love the try for yourself stuff.
Is there a way to change Godot editor color while running the game as Ben showed us with Unity?

found something to avoid - connecting area_eneterd to the script on the same Area2D node. it works but makes the computer sluggish like it was made in the 80’s

I posted a Tip to create the .gitignore via sourcetree (windows 10 now complains by default if there is no name before the dot)

INFO - I’ve been working on (using to learn better) a another game (top down tile style) and found I needed to use Area2D for moving by position (the old way) to get exact position and collision needs to be the overlapping style. Docs really help and I used the Godot 24 hour book and this course to assist