You're right, I forgot to include those. For one, being able to add an open source library as dependency to another is at the core of any open source community. UAS has none of it and, come to think of it, it's a major problem.
Yeah. I wonder if the fact Unity is a decade behind standard practice with regard to packages and dependencies might be a symptom of their pushing of the Asset Store.
At least the new package manager is improving things...
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