Loading Order of Lua Files
You can now implement Gideros Code Dependency by code instead of Gideros project setting.
PS: the path is relative to the file in which you call --!NEEDS: (unless your path begins with a /)
This will tell Gideros to load your_file.lua before the file containing the above code.
The other Gideros Code Dependency you can implement by code is the exclude file. To tell Gideros the file should not be executed/parsed right on start but will be loaded through a require or a loadfile command, you can write:
You can also assign a name to library files:
This is very useful if you develop a Lua library that is meant to be used in several projects.
--!NEEDS:../../tiled/tiled_ellipse.lua --!NEEDS:luashader/luashader.lua --!LIBRARY:GiderosUI ... --!NEEDS:(GiderosUI)/uistyle.lua local function makeEffect(name,vshader,fshader) ... end