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    Clinton Blackmore
    @clintonblackmore
    Hello. Projeny sounds very interesting. I have a couple of questions:
    1) For windows users, does it require the use of Visual Studio, or can it work with MonoDevelop?
    2) I see there have been requests for help on the Mac version. Does it work at all (say, from the command line) at this time?
    Steve Vermeulen
    @svermeulen
    1) The generated solution should work with MonoDevelop too
    2) No, mac support has still not been added
    it has been discussed here (modesttree/Projeny#28) and here (https://github.com/modesttree/Projeny/issues/3). The options are either to update the python scripts to be compatible, or port the python scripts to C#. The latter is a major refactor but would be much better in the long term.
    Clinton Blackmore
    @clintonblackmore
    Good to know. Thank you, Steve.
    S. Tarık Çetin
    @starikcetin
    Hello people.
    I want to know how this package compares against using git subtrees.
    Steve Vermeulen
    @svermeulen
    Hard to say without knowing how you're suggesting git subtrees would be used as an alternative to this
    Willis Pinaud
    @wpinaud
    Hello @clintonblackmore @svermeulen I'm eager to start working on the Projeny porting to Mac - I checked out the Pull Request but I can't find from where to start.
    Any guidance would be much appreciated :)
    Steve Vermeulen
    @svermeulen
    See issue modesttree/Projeny#3 for a discussion about it. Most of projeny was originally written in python because it was command line only at the time so it just kind of grew from there. But then we added a built-in GUI for it so now the python and C# need to communicate via a command line api. So it's kind of clunky. So my plan was to rewrite the python parts in C# to have it all in one code base, and this would also make it easier to port to mac. This is why no movement has been done in that direction, because it's quite a large refactor. However, if you want to look at porting the python parts to mac and get somewhere I'd be happy to merge that. The pull request started doing that before running into some issues
    Boysenberry
    @boysenberrypayne
    Hey there, I am having an issue while trying to work with another package, Bolt. It also uses YamlDotNet. It would seem having both applications installed together causes a conflict. I have alternatives to Bolt; so, it's not the end of the world if I have to ditch it. I would like to use both together though. Do you know of a way I could integrate the two? I tried deleted each to see if either asset would accept the other; alas, that is not the case. For now I am uninstalling Bolt until I hear back from you. I might reach out to them as well, just figured you'd be my better option.
    Steve Vermeulen
    @svermeulen
    We should put YamlDotNet inside a custom namespace I think
    That would address that issue
    I would accept a pull request for that if you want to do that
    Either way please create a github issue so that someone else can attempt that change at some point in the future
    Boysenberry
    @boysenberrypayne
    Super awesome product, super awsome support. If you ever make it into the asset store with this, let me know so I can give a glowing review!
    Steve Vermeulen
    @svermeulen
    Yeah will do. Planning to do a lot more work on it during end of feb. It's barely changed since the original version right now, but does the important stuff fine
    svennergr
    @svennergr
    Hey @svermeulen . I am just wondering if there's still work in progress on Projeny. Because of the repo's activity is quite low atm.
    Steve Vermeulen
    @svermeulen
    @svennergr Unfortunately no there isn't active progress on it. We still use the current version without issue though so I don't think there's urgent changes needed. But there's a lot of interesting features that'd be great like using Unity's new asmdef files etc. It's hard for me to budget time for it currently, especially given the work I already do maintaining zenject, but I would love to pick it up again at some point