The month before last
, I told you about a project I'd started to make a Twee-syntax-capable compiler that produces Twine 2-style output: Twee2
I'm pleased to say that, at version 0.4.2, Twee2
is now stable. It's got easy installation instructions
for Windows, MacOS, and Linux, a two-minute tutorial
to show you what it's about and get you up-and-running, and full documentation
for when you're feeling more adventurous. Oh, and the whole project is open-source
, of course.
If you're the kind of person who prefers to do their editing in a text editor like Sublime or TextMate, or if you want to be able to use source control to collaborate/back up what you're working on, or you want to be able to use languages like HAML, Coffeescript, and SASS/SCSS to write the interactive parts of your story... give Twee2 a go
. And please do let me know what you think: I'm keen to enhance it to help the community, and I'd also be delighted to integrate any constructive patches by other developers. Thanks!
(oh, and here's my blog post
explaining why I decided that this project was necessary)