Addon for Blender to directly export to a Godot Scene
Warning: This exporter is experimental, and still lacks many features. If you need a full-featured import-export pipeline, consider using glTF 2.0 instead. (The glTF 2.0 exporter is built into Blender.)
Blender compatibility: The current
masterbranch requires at least Blender 2.80.
io_scene_godotdirectory the location where Blender stores the
scripts/addonsfolder on your system. Copy the entire directory and not just its contents. For instance, on Linux, add-ons should be installed in
$HOME/.config/blender//scripts/addons(create folders as needed). should be replaced with your Blender version (such as
2.91- don't include the letter or patch number if there is one). See Blender directory layout for more information.
Godot Engine (.escn).
If you find bugs or want to suggest improvements, please open an issue on the upstream GitHub repository.
See the documentation included in the official Godot documentation.
This repository includes a Makefile to assist with development. Running
makefrom the project root will:
tests/scenesdirectory. If you add a feature, it is suggested that you add a new blend file to the
tests/scenesdirectory that uses this feature.
diffon the output files compared to the reference exports. This acts as a regression test.
Current regression tests use the daily build of Blender 2.8 from Blender official site and runs on ubuntu 16.04. To fix the diff test failure: - You can run a
make export-blendsfollowed by a
make update-examplesand commit the changes made to the reference_exports. However, if you are running on a platform different than the one used by the TravisCI, there is a small chance that regression won't be passing because of float rounding. Then you might need to look at the TravisCI log and fix the remaining issue by hand. - Or you can use the updatescenefrom_travis.sh script, run it with the failing TravisCI job ID as the argument. The script will fetch the scene diffs from the Travis machine to your local git repository and apply it.
The reference exports depend on a very specific version of Blender, and may produce different results with your local blender version. A Dockerfile is provided to help test and update examples:
sudo docker build . -t godot_blender_exporter:latest
docker run --volume .:/tests/reference_exports godot_blender_exporter:latest compare
To update reference exports:
docker run --volume .:/tests/reference_exports godot_blender_exporter:latest export-blends update-examples
This Godot exporter is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2 or later. See the LICENSE.txt file for details.