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RequireTag attribute

See original GitHub issue

Would be nice if we had a RequireTag attribute that functions similar to RequireComponent attribute.


    public class Enemy : MonoBehaviour {

And if someone tries to attach this component to a game-object that does not have the tag set as Enemy, it will log a warn/error in the inspector.

(Could also make a RequireLayer attribute too.)

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:5 (5 by maintainers)

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Deadcowscommented, Sep 2, 2019


Maybe I’ll be able to automate it to work during playmode with instantiated objects but that’ll do for now 😃

wqyeocommented, Sep 2, 2019

@Deadcows Mainly with notifications.

From email; (Github notifies me via email) I get pop-up notifications from my email application whenever someone emails me.

Though when I loaded my project with the previous version of MyBox, it does show new-version released message in the log. So it is working as intended 👍
(Not as a warning though, but as a simple log)

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