A quick guide to getting started with RocketBlend.
Before getting started with RocketBlend, ensure it's installed on your system. You can use tools like go install, package managers like Homebrew and Scoop or grab a pre-compiled binary at the official releases page.
Once you have everything ready, you can create your first project! Open a terminal in your desired location and run the command rocketblend new hello-world
$rocketblend new hello-world
⣻ Creating project...
To see a more detailed output of what's happening, add the -v flag.
In the example above we can see it installing the default build github.com/rocketblend/official-library/packages/blender/builds/stable/3.4.1
Once complete you'll have a new .blend project and a rocketfile.yaml file used to define all your packages for your project.
Install a package
To install a package, you can run the rocketblend install command. RocketBlend uses references to install packages from remote sources such as Github. You can create your own packages or use ones already defined online, but the easiest way to get started is to use the official library.