Game made to demonstrate how to create games using Macaw
Quick video: https://youtu.be/YRYtKJVqQCI
Running with Docker
Make sure you have added in the .env file the three required variables:
- APP_NAME: this is your game's name;
- REPOSITORY: path of your game;
- DISPLAY: you can define a window or just use $DISPLAY to get the active window.
host + to enable connections to your X server
If you want to run in dev mode, you have two options: using docker or docker-compose. Regardless of the option you have picked, you must build the project within the container. After the project has been compiled, you can run the application.
This option will mount a volume that will link to your project path
docker-compose run macaw
Use this when there are no more changes to be applied to the version of the project. That way you'll have a static image that you can utilize without worrying much.
The difference between this option and dev is that here we make a copy of the files and we don't use the bind volume
docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml -f docker-compose.prod.yml build
docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml -f docker-compose.prod.yml run macaw
The code here is under the zlib license. You can read more here