This discussion is to understand what code is going into each nuget package.
The nuget packages are:
The UrhoSharp.SharpReality and UrhoSharp.HoloLens packages seem to be related, but HoloLens did not get a package update. Is it deprecated to SharpReality?
The UrhoSharp seems to be the core package.
The nuget version of 1.5.22 has a publish date of Tuesday September 19, 2017 but github release only goes up to 1.2.8 (Dec. 1, 2017)
The full nuget descriptions are all the same for them. The short descriptions are different.
For the code, the github project repositories, forks, and branches. I see three project repositories under the xamarin organization:
All three repos (urho, Urho3D, and urho-samples) have the sample code. Only urho has releases.
urho is C# has 11 contributors, and 1557 commits, 16 branches, and 9 releases and 59 forks
Urho3D is C++ has 110 contributors and 8983 commits, 3 branches, and no releases and 17 forks
urho-samples is C# has 6 contributors and 174 commits, 4 branches and no releases and 377 forks
So what code goes into the nuget packages?
I'd like to cleanup my forks and focus on where the dev is for the nuget packages.
Just found that urho has a .gitmodules that points to xamarin/Urho3D and xamarin/urho-samples which give permission denied errors on checkout. I need to point those to my forked versions which I have permission to checkout.