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A streamlined user interface for RLBot.

Project description

RLBotGUI

About

RLBotGUI is a streamlined user interface that helps you run custom Rocket League bots for offline entertainment. It relies on the RLBot project to work its magic: https://github.com/RLBot/RLBot

Works on Windows and Linux

Features

  • Download various bots programmed by the community
  • Get started with creating your own bot
  • Create matches against bots
    • Customize game mode, arena and mutators!
  • Try out the Story Mode

Screenshots

You can download, update or create bots

HomeScreenshot

In Story Mode, you can take over cities by beating challenges and can also recruit teammates and purchase upgrades for your car!

StoryMode

Installation

If you just want to use this GUI, you can go download the installer from http://www.rlbot.org/

It will put "RLBotGUI" in your Windows start menu.

Dev Environment Setup

Prerequisites

  • Python 3.7

Setup

  1. In a command prompt, run pip install -r requirements.txt
  2. Run python run.py

Deployment to PyPI

For normal changes, e.g. things happening inside the rlbot_gui folder, you should be publishing an update to PyPI. All users will get this change automatically without needing to reinstall!

To deploy:

  1. Create a .pypirc file like the one described here: https://github.com/RLBot/RLBot/wiki/Deploying-Changes#first-time-setup
  2. Look in setup.py and increment the version number.
  3. Run publish-to-pypi-prod.bat

Note

When deploying to pypi, the files which get included are controlled by the MANIFEST.in file. You may wish to exclude anything which does not belong in the initial install, e.g. bot logos which get copied in to the GUI folder as you use the program.

As a rule of thumb, if you add something to .gitignore, it may also belong in MANIFEST.in as a prune line.

Building the Installer

You can build an installer executable for users to download. You will rarely need to do this, because normal updates should be pushed to users by deploying to PyPI.

You really only need a new installer if you changed something in the pynsist_helpers folder, run.py, or anything else that gets referenced in installer.cfg. AVOID THIS because you don't want to run around bugging users to reinstall.

  1. Follow https://pynsist.readthedocs.io/en/latest/index.html to get NSIS installed.
  2. Run pip install pynsist
  3. Run pynsist installer.cfg

Find the resulting executable in build\nsis.

How to update items in the appearance editor

  1. Install and run BakkesMod
  2. In Rocket League, press F6 to open the BakkesMod console, and enter the dumpitems command
  3. Find the output items.csv in the folder where your RocketLeague.exe is
  4. Replace rlbot_gui/gui/csv/items.csv with the new file
  5. Don't forget to bump the version number in setup.py

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