Version: 2023.2
public static string[] FindAssets (string filter);
public static string[] FindAssets (string filter, string[] searchInFolders);


filter 筛选器字符串可以包含搜索数据。有关此字符串的详细信息,请参阅下文。
searchInFolders 要从中开始搜索的文件夹。


string[] Array of matching asset. Note that GUIDs will be returned. If no matching assets were found, returns empty array.



FindAssets allows you to search for Assets. The string argument can provide names, labels or types (classnames). The filter string can include:

Name: Filter assets by their filename (without extension). Words separated by whitespace are treated as a separate name searches. So, for example "test asset", is a name of an Asset which will be searched for. Note that name can be used to identify an asset. Further, the name used in the filter string can be specified as a subsection. For example the test asset example above can be matched using test.

Labels (l:): Assets can have labels attached to them. Assets with particular labels can be found using the keyword 'l:' before each label. This indicates that the string is searching for labels.

Types (t:): Find assets based on explicitly identified types. The keyword 't:' is used as a way to specify that typed assets are being looked for. If more than one type is included in the filter string then assets that match one class will be returned. Types can either be builtin types such as Texture2D or user created script classes. User created classes are assets created from a ScriptableObject class in the project. If all assets are wanted use Object as all assets derive from Object. Specifying one or more folders using the searchInFolders argument will limit the searching to these folders and their child folders. This is faster than searching all assets in all folders.

AssetBundles (b:): Find assets which are part of an Asset bundle. The keyword 'b:' is used to determine that Asset bundles names should be part of the query.

Area (a:) : Find assets in a specific area of a project. Valid values are "all", "assets" and "packages". Use this to make your query more specific using the 'a:' keyword followed by the area name to speed up searching.

Globbing (glob:): Use globbing to match specific rules. The keyword glob: is followed by the query. For example, glob:Editor will find all Editor folders in a project, glob:(Editor|Resources) will find all Editor and Resources folders in a project, glob:Editor/* will return all Assets inside Editor folders in a project, while glob:Editor/** will return all Assets within Editor folders recursively.

Searching is case insensitive.

Use AssetDatabase.GUIDToAssetPath to get asset paths and AssetDatabase.LoadAssetAtPath to load an asset.

using UnityEngine;
using UnityEditor;

public class Example { [MenuItem("Example/FindAssets Example")] static void ExampleScript() { // Find all assets labelled with 'architecture' : string[] guids1 = AssetDatabase.FindAssets("l:architecture", null);

foreach (string guid1 in guids1) { Debug.Log(AssetDatabase.GUIDToAssetPath(guid1)); }

// Find all Texture2Ds that have 'co' in their filename, that are labelled with 'architecture' and are placed in 'MyAwesomeProps' folder string[] guids2 = AssetDatabase.FindAssets("co l:architecture t:texture2D", new[] {"Assets/MyAwesomeProps"});

foreach (string guid2 in guids2) { Debug.Log(AssetDatabase.GUIDToAssetPath(guid2)); } } }

以下脚本示例显示了如何定位添加到资源的名称、 标签和类型细节。演示了 FindAssets 函数。该示例中 创建的资源使用的是 ScriptObj 类。

// This script file has two CS classes.  The first is a simple Unity ScriptableObject script.
// The class it defines is used by the Example class below.
// (This is a single Unity script file. You could split this file into a ScriptObj.cs and an
// Example.cs file which is more structured.)

using UnityEngine; using UnityEditor; using System.IO;

public class ScriptObj : ScriptableObject { public void Awake() { Debug.Log("ScriptObj created"); } }

// Use ScriptObj to show how AssetDabase.FindAssets can be used

public class Example { static ScriptObj testI; static ScriptObj testJ; static ScriptObj testK;

[MenuItem("Examples/FindAssets Example two")] static void ExampleScript() { CreateAssets(); NamesExample(); LabelsExample(); TypesExample(); }

static void CreateAssets() { if (!Directory.Exists("Assets/AssetFolder")) { AssetDatabase.CreateFolder("Assets", "AssetFolder"); }

if (!Directory.Exists("Assets/AssetFolder/SpecialFolder")) { AssetDatabase.CreateFolder("Assets/AssetFolder", "SpecialFolder"); }

testI = (ScriptObj)ScriptableObject.CreateInstance(typeof(ScriptObj)); AssetDatabase.CreateAsset(testI, "Assets/AssetFolder/testI.asset");

testJ = (ScriptObj)ScriptableObject.CreateInstance(typeof(ScriptObj)); AssetDatabase.CreateAsset(testJ, "Assets/AssetFolder/testJ.asset");

// create an asset in a sub-folder and with a name which contains a space testK = (ScriptObj)ScriptableObject.CreateInstance(typeof(ScriptObj)); AssetDatabase.CreateAsset(testK, "Assets/AssetFolder/SpecialFolder/testK example.asset");

// an asset with a material will be used later Material material = new Material(Shader.Find("Standard")); AssetDatabase.CreateAsset(material, "Assets/AssetFolder/SpecialFolder/MyMaterial.mat"); }

static void NamesExample() { Debug.Log("*** FINDING ASSETS BY NAME ***");

string[] results;

results = AssetDatabase.FindAssets("testI"); foreach (string guid in results) { Debug.Log("testI: " + AssetDatabase.GUIDToAssetPath(guid)); }

results = AssetDatabase.FindAssets("testJ"); foreach (string guid in results) { Debug.Log("testJ: " + AssetDatabase.GUIDToAssetPath(guid)); }

results = AssetDatabase.FindAssets("testK example"); foreach (string guid in results) { Debug.Log("testK example: " + AssetDatabase.GUIDToAssetPath(guid)); }

Debug.Log("*** More complex asset search ***");

// find all assets that contain test (which is all assets) results = AssetDatabase.FindAssets("test"); foreach (string guid in results) { Debug.Log("name:test - " + AssetDatabase.GUIDToAssetPath(guid)); } }

static void LabelsExample() { Debug.Log("*** FINDING ASSETS BY LABELS ***");

string[] setLabels;

setLabels = new string[] { "wrapper" }; AssetDatabase.SetLabels(testI, setLabels);

setLabels = new string[] { "bottle", "banana", "carrot" }; AssetDatabase.SetLabels(testJ, setLabels);

setLabels = new string[] { "swappable", "helmet" }; AssetDatabase.SetLabels(testK, setLabels);

// label searching: // testI has wrapper, testK has swappable, so both have 'app' // testJ has bottle, so have a label searched as 'bot' string[] getGuids = AssetDatabase.FindAssets("l:app l:bot"); foreach (string guid in getGuids) { Debug.Log("label lookup: " + AssetDatabase.GUIDToAssetPath(guid)); } }

static void TypesExample() { Debug.Log("*** FINDING ASSETS BY TYPE ***");

string[] guids;

guids = AssetDatabase.FindAssets("t:material"); foreach (string guid in guids) { Debug.Log("Material: " + AssetDatabase.GUIDToAssetPath(guid)); }

guids = AssetDatabase.FindAssets("t:Object l:helmet"); foreach (string guid in guids) { Debug.Log("ScriptObj+helmet: " + AssetDatabase.GUIDToAssetPath(guid)); } } }