Launches a LÖVE process for the current project.
LÖVE PATH: The location of the LÖVE binary on disk. The default is
C:\Program Files (x86)\LOVE\love.exe. This respects the
variable. That means that if you're on Linux and have installed LÖVE via a
package manager then you can change LÖVE PATH to be
LÖVE Options: The command-line options given to the LÖVE process. For
example, this is where you can specify
--console on Windows to launch a
LÖVE Main.lua Path: The subdirectory of the current project that contains
main.lua. If not set then it's assumed to be in the current project's root.
Save On Launch: When on, all files will be saved when launching LÖVE. This is off by default.
On Windows, add
--console to the LÖVE Options setting. This will spawn a
separate console window. Alternatively, in v0.10.2+, modify LÖVE PATH to
lovec.exe (instead of
On Linux, all
print() statements will go to the Atom Developer Console
(View > Developer > Toggle Developer Tools) but only if the following is
run (e.g. in
If something goes wrong with LÖVE launcher the error will be in the Developer Console. All bug reports are welcome!
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