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Sample scripts can be accessed by selecting one of the category tabs above. All code provided on the Wiki is licensed under Creative Common's Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) unless otherwise noted.
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== Introduction ==
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In this section you'll find a large assortment of sample scripts and code snippets contributed by members of the community. These can be accessed by selecting one of the category tabs above.
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=== Contributions ===
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Anyone is free to contribute their own original code to the wiki but you should keep a few things in mind when doing so:
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# '''No Copyrighted Content''' - Code contributed must be either original or licensed in a way which allows sharing (e.g. public domain, open-source, etc.).
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# '''Keep It Concise''' - Small scripts and code snippets are ideal. More complex code should be hosted on a platform like [https://bitbucket.org/ Bitbucket] or [https://github.com/ GitHub] instead.
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# '''Use Proper Formatting''' - Please read the [[Help:Formatting| formatting help page]] before creating a new script. This will explain how to properly format and structure your code.
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=== License ===
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Unless otherwise specified, all code provided on the Wiki is licensed under Creative Common's Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0).

Latest revision as of 20:29, 14 November 2018

Scripts   General   Editor   Controllers   UI   Effects   Physics/Simulation   Networking   Audio   Utility

[edit] Introduction

In this section you'll find a large assortment of sample scripts and code snippets contributed by members of the community. These can be accessed by selecting one of the category tabs above.

[edit] Contributions

Anyone is free to contribute their own original code to the wiki but you should keep a few things in mind when doing so:

  1. No Copyrighted Content - Code contributed must be either original or licensed in a way which allows sharing (e.g. public domain, open-source, etc.).
  2. Keep It Concise - Small scripts and code snippets are ideal. More complex code should be hosted on a platform like Bitbucket or GitHub instead.
  3. Use Proper Formatting - Please read the formatting help page before creating a new script. This will explain how to properly format and structure your code.

[edit] License

Unless otherwise specified, all code provided on the Wiki is licensed under Creative Common's Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0).

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