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sudo apt-get install unzip sudo apt-get install default-jdk sudo apt-get install gradle
On Windows, install
chocolatey and then in administrative command line:
#You may also need to install the appropriate jdk with choco install jdkX (with X being 7, 8, ...) choco install wget gradle #To extract in command line. Not needed if you want to extract manually. choco install devbox-unzip
This will fetch the sprites, which are not stored as is in the directory:
wget http://web.pokemon-online.eu/battle/oras.zip -P assets/ #To extract. Can also just go in assets/ and extract oras.zip manually cd assets && unzip oras.zip && cd -
You can run the desktop test version from your IDE as per libgdx' guidelines.
You can also build it for use in the webclient.
On Windows, in powershell:
You can change
html/build.gradle and replace
PRETTY to have non-minified output, easier to debug.
This is not a stand-alone repository. It is used as a submodule of