Your manifest.json file tells nuken what your Lookup-compatible GitHub repo is all about! Here's how it should be set up.

    "name": "Alley [Lookup Test]",
    "description": "This is a description. Isn't this fun? Lookup sure is nifty.",
    "version": "v1.1",
    "date": "10/31/2022",
    "developer": "nuken Dev Team",
    "icon": "alley.jpg",
    "content_download": "",
    "content_type": "theme"

name - The name of your content. What's it called?

description - Your content's description. Keep it short, snappy, and memorable.

version - Feel free to use whatever version numbering style your prefer.

date - Today's date, or whatever date your decide.

developer - Your name goes here. Yeah, that's right. You.

icon - Your content's preview icon. Enter the link to an image online, or a resource in the repository itself. It's up to you.

content_download - This is the .zip file users will download and extract. Again, links can be absolute or relative here.

You can name this .zip archive anything you'd like; however, for nuken to properly recognize it, it needs to end with the following -

  • for Add-ons

  • for Themes

  • for Templates

Here are some examples.




content_type - Now what exactly did you make? Let's see.

nuken will only recognize the following values for content_type -

  • addon

  • theme

  • template

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