I played Achaea 15+ years ago, and have just started back up. I'm hoping to use Nexus to give myself some practice with ES6 and balance playing with learning, but I'm struggling with the Nexus interface. It's difficult to untangle someone else's packages, and slow going to develop my own with the web interface.
Has anyone developed a workflow or build process they're willing to share to make it easier to develop for Nexus? I'm assuming that someone out there has a way to convert JS files into a .nxs package (which looks like it's just JSON?), or to otherwise get it into an IDE or editor to make things easier? I've found "source" JS on github for systems which appear to have been developed with an IDE (Nexsys) or use a build process (Bushido w/Yarn) but I'm not quite up to figuring out anything beyond that.
Or, am I overthinking this and missing something simple here?@Jhui
I've been using your Nexsys package, and @Zahan
your map mods, so if either of you have input I'd greatly appreciate it.
Thanks in advance everyone!