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Going from using XMLSerializer to using the XNA Content Pipeline
A well known limitation of using the XNA Content Pipeline is that it is not included in the XNA redistributable. So, if you want to create an editor for your game, the designer must download the whole ...
Sep 8 '11 at 17:20
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