Is there a way to delete unwanted libraries and projects that isn’t going to corrupt my XOD workspace? I don’t see a delete option for either. Renaming a project just creates a new one rather than renaming the old (which is a nice way to copy a project, but not really renaming it).
I don’t see a way to review a library without adding it to my workspace, and now I can’t delete the ones I don’t want.
I couldn’t find any instructions for uploading or downloading libraries, or how to create one to upload it. I was trying to download from the webpage, but could only see a node list/description. I finally took a chance on File > Add Library and had to add explicit library; search didn’t appear to work.
I took a guess at publishing libraries. Looks like you create a project that will be your library name, then add nodes. Since my nodes were in other projects, I had to copy them over and remember to copy descriptions and C++ code separately. After a couple attempts to get config correct, I was able to publish. Now it looks like I need to download my own library to use it, but keep the original project to update the published library. It would be nice to know if there were any conventions I missed, or easier ways to do any of this.
Since I will probably make updates to my library in the Added Library copy for testing, it would be nice if there was a way to re-publish from there (though obviously I should only be able to re-publish my own).