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Rebuilding the Engine and Tools

Unigine allows you to rebuild the engine and tools and plugins of the Unigine Engine (depends on your license).

Some parts of the engine can be rebuilt by using Visual Studio (for Windows). You can use Unigine build script or SCons to rebuild all of the parts of the Unigine Engine.

To rebuild the engine and its components, read the following articles:

Last update: 2019-04-30