Thank you for the quick answer.I was aware of the project creator script but since it was not part of the .zip cocos2dx I thought its probably outdated.
However this is exactly what I was looking for and after cloning the cocos2dx repo I was able to create the projects on my mac with pyhton 2.7.2.
On a side note: I was not able to run the script on my windows7 machine with pyhton 3.3 installed. Error was: Syntax error \^
Thank you, you helped me a lot but I have another question regarding the git structure.I know thats more a git related problem but maybe someone can help me here though.
Since our project will be on github I would like to have the complete cocos2dx framework also in our repository but I also want to be able to pull new cocos2dx updates.
Normally, when I would using any frameworks, libs etc. I would just add a git submodule to my existing repository.But in this case its more complicated, since all the cocos2dx stuff would be first in the repository and our project is more part of cocos2dx than the other way round.
Maybe someone has any solution for having everything including the cocos2dx engine in one new repository but still be able to pull cocos2dx changes.
Thank you in advanced.