Unity Build Automaton

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Tool that makes automatic building for multiple target platforms easy in Unity3D free.

For now it only supports Windows(32bit),Mac(32bit),Linux(32&64bit) and the WebPlayer(Offline Deployment & Streamed). The reason
just these are supported is that they are what I use in my projects. Building 64bit Windows and Mac is not possible for Unity free for now since the command line argument choices that you get are just the 32bit versions. Unity Tech hasn’t included 64bit flags like they did for Linux,nor have they included command line support for building console and smartphone versions.

This is the constraint of developing with a Free edition. With Unity Pro you can write a Monobehaviour inside Unity that can do all kinds of builds and settings.

Made this as generic as possible. It can build any Unity Project as long as you provide the root project folder. In there you will find appropriate folders for each target platform you choose. All standalone versions are zipped. Then there is a choice for copying built versions to DropBox. The root Dropbox folder is found automatically and appropriate folders will be created. If you need you can use the Public folder(there is a check box) in DropBox in case you need the built versions to update existing ones that are used in a website. In my case, WordPress(Free) can only provide links to files through dropbox or other similar services and only by using links that do not change otherwise it would be hell to change them every time there’s a new build.

So here it is….

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