The example show that animation can be add with a plist file, but how can I make it by notepad, is there any tools like the way texturepacker to make a texture?
Can you not just make it in xcode? its got a good plist editor.
you can edit it in notepad or any xml editor - plist files are basically very convoluted xml.
use the cppTests an example?
Im not sure about any tools that do this- its always been quicker for me to do it in xcode because it doesn’t need regular changing unless you dramatically change your animations a lot, or the naming convention is particularly unintuitive.
hey, I use VS in windows most of the time, so I suspect that there will have some other tools to do it without XCode or notepad
its just that cocos2d-x uses apple’s own plist format from the cocos2d-iphone version.
I dont know if there is any other solution…
you can certainly use an xml editor - the amount of tags is just a bit excessive.
also, if your brave, wikipedia yielded a link to a chinese(?) website with an exporter for microsoft excel… if you can get that working,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Property_list (in “see also” section)