I'm using UnityPro with subversion for a project. I'm using some user-defined tags, which seem to get checked in with the scene, but aren't in the Unity editor's list of tags. As a result, my scripts that use these tags don't work.
Is there a file I can check in so that people working on the project will get my tags in the Unity editor?
Answer by bowditch
Jun 04, 2010 at 03:01 PM
Make sure the TagManager.asset file in the Library directory is updated and committed on svn.
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