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I made my project completely on blueprint, but for adding certain plugin i added a c++ class, now my project files gives error that project could not be compiled try rebuilding from the source.

i wanted to add kinect4u in my project file, but it told me to create a c++ class first. After adding a c++ class my project file fails to open. please help

Product Version: UE 4.11
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asked Aug 20 '16 at 12:30 PM in C++ Programming

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avatar image Rajatkumar Aug 30 '16 at 04:29 PM

ok, let me be clearer the problem is I added the plugin just to test and explore but now I don't want to use it. My project was completely built on blueprints and now I can't open because of the above said problem

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From K4U's website:

HOW CAN I PACKAGE MY PROJECT?

While we are constantly searching for alternatives, in Unreal there is currently no way to package a project that includes a plugin without source code. This is a problem that Epic is also actively working on and is slated to be fixed in 2015. However, depending on your needs, it may not be necessary to package your plugin for deployment. This is particularly relevant to installations and exhibits, running your project from inside the editor as a new editor window or a standalone game, these both allow you resolution and full screen control equivalent to that of a packaged project.

If you absolutely need to package the project right now, there are two options:

Acquire a source code license from us. The cost varies depending on the scale of your project, so please contact us for more detail. For a fee, we can package your application for you. The cost varies depending on how much effort it requires, but generally ranges between $200 - $400 USD for projects that can be packaged directly from engine. For projects that require compilation from source, we recommend that you contact us to acquire a source license.

They're not clear if you simply need your project in c++; or if you need the Engine Source c++. I'm assuming that the plugin must be added in to the Engine's Source folder. If that's the case, you'll need to get the engine source code from GitHub; integrate the K4U plugin and compile.

I know the post says 2015; but it's looking like it hasn't been fixed yet.

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answered Aug 30 '16 at 03:20 PM

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