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Is C++ a supported language for writing unity places?

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up vote 11 down vote accepted

There exists a library called libunity which is a native wrapper over unity dbus api. Since c++ can link to native libraries, so you can write your apps in C++.

Also check kamstrup's ubuntu develop week session on libunity. I can't search for it since I am on phone with pretty slow network speed.

UPDATE: Here is the link. Thanks to ris

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Indeed Manish is correct. In fact, the Applications place in Unity is written in mixed C++ and Vala. – kamstrup Mar 14 '11 at 8:28

I am not sure, there is this post (link below), but it says Python:

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