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    Moderator / Eluna Dev <span style='color: #FF0000'><span class='glow_8B0000'>Rochet2</span></span>'s Avatar
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    Exclamation Eluna using submodule

    We are now changing eluna to use one repository for the engine and the core changes are in separate core repositories.
    This means that the LuaEngine folder will not be on the core repository.

    New installation instructions can be found here:
    https://github.com/ElunaLuaEngine/El...ocs/INSTALL.md

    If you have eluna and you are updating, just follow the updating section in the installation file:
    https://github.com/ElunaLuaEngine/El...LL.md#updating

    If you have custom changes on your eluna, I suggest you make a diff or a patch from them for example
    Code:
    git add -A
    git diff head >> CustomChanges.diff
    Then update eluna and apply the diff back with git apply.
    There are many ways for you to have changes so I cant make an universal guide.


    Read more about submodules here:
    http://chrisjean.com/2009/04/20/git-...-and-updating/

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    that's actually a good idea, kudos

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    This also mean you can update the eluna files without having to specifically update the main source you use, and vice versa. At some point we may also release a guide how to implement the engine to your own project without having to use our already setup sources.

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