If you have created a tool and want to make it available to other RoboFont users, you can turn it into a RoboFont Extension.
If you know in advance that you want to build an extension, you can start working with an extension folder structure from the beginning.
Before building the extension, make sure that your files are organized according to the Extension Folder Structure specification, separating code, documentation and resources.
- Individual folder names are arbitrary. When building the extension, you can specify which folder contains what (code, html or resources).
- The code folder can contain multiple subfolders.
If you are building extensions for the first time, it can be helpful to use the Boilerplate Extension as a template when organising your files. This will save you some time and prevent errors when building the extension.
Building the extension
When it’s time to build your extension, there are two options: