Hello everyone, I am interested in making a mod for Civ V, but the ModBuddy Program doesn't work for me because I have a Mac. I use WineBottler a lot, (a program that lets you run windows programs on a mac without actually running the Windows OS) so I figured that this would work for the SDK. The SDK did actually boot up with WineBottler, but when I clicked on the ModBuddy option, it said I needed Visual Studio. This framework was obviously made for Windows, and I tried, but installing frameworks/APIs doesn't really work with WineBottler. If anyone knows a way to get ModBuddy to work with WineBottler, that would be great, but I am guessing that there is not. I looked up some modding tutorials for Civ V, and it doesn't seem like ModBuddy does that much besides manage XML and Lua files. So I was wondering if I can just write XML and Lua in a normal text editor and then package them into a mod without ModBuddy. If this is indeed possible, I would like to know what I need to do that is different from the ModBuddy tutorials. Using Bootcamp or something similar would be an absolute LAST RESORT for me, and only recommend it if you say that creating a mod without ModBuddy is literally 100% IMPOSSIBLE. Thank you in advance for your help.