If your platform is missing from itch.io, you need to... Use The Source!
Use the Source¶
wopeditor is a Free and Open Source Software and you're encouraged to take full advantage of that.
wopeditor directly from its source repo as opposed to
using precompiled binaries has several advanages:
- latest and greatest code (and bugs)
- easy to contribute through github
- no random binary blobs from the internet
- wide platform support, especially on open systems
- full control - the open source way
wopeditor is tested to run on Windows and Linux but it should work on many
platforms supported byt the Godot Engine and Python modules used by TexnoMagic.
Requirement: Godot Engine¶
At minimum, you need to get the marvelous Godot Engine.
wopeditor uses TexnoMagic python library for the science/magic work behind the scenes.
TexnoMagic isn't strictly required, but
wopeditor is limited to basic
functionality without an access to TexnoMagic TCP server.
pip install -U texnomagic
--upgrade option tells
pip to get the latest version available. You
might want to run this command periodically, especially if something is broken -
chances are it's already fixed in latest TexnoMagic release.
Alternatively, you can use TexnoMagic from source:
git clone https://github.com/texnoforge/texnomagic cd texnomagic pip install -r requirements.txt pip install .
TexnoMagic is a standard python package so you can install it in many ways provided by the python ecosystem.
Regardless of your
TexnoMagic installation method, make sure the
provided by the python package is available from your system
should print CLI help. If the command is not found, you need to adjust your
$PATH to include the script. Pay attention to
pip output when installing
texnomagic, it should mention the script location.
Get the Source¶
git clone https://github.com/texnoforge/wopeditor
Run from Source¶
You can run
wopeditor directly using
cd wopeditor godot .
Or simply open
project.godot in the Godot Editor and hit
godot wopeditor/project.godot # press F5 to run
Have a nice magic!