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Is there a way to include customized shaderIncludes into the generated js file when playing with materialsLibrary?


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Hi there,

I'm creating some customized materials in the materials library followed this tutorial. For each material, my work flow is something like this:

1. Create a folder  in 'materialsLibrary/src/',  then put 1 'ts' and 2 'fx' files in that folder(babylon.xxxMaterial.ts,  xxx.vertex.fx,  xxx.fragment.fx). Which is exactly followed the tutorial.

2. Once I finish, I run '$ gulp materialsLibrary' to convert all of the 3 files into one js file, then I copy&paste this js file directly into my project.

My problem is: I use customized shaderIncludes in the shader codes. To make it work, I have to put these shaderIncludes in the place where the builtin includes are, but  when generating the output file,  these includes can't be added into the js file, so I have to also copy these includes manually into my project.

Not very sure if this is the correct way  to handle customized includes, is there a better way?

You may ask why I need customized includes, because I want to use UBO, so I followed the variable declaration logic which the builtin shaders did( three declaration files as includes: xxxVertexDeclaration.fx, xxxUboDeclaration.fx, xxxFragmentDeclaration.fx)


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