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PygLibs - 0.3

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PygLibs is GPL library written on top of Pygame(version 0.3 is public domain though, just ran out of itme on the last release), and will eventually contain many game libraries such as several tile map systems(flat 2d, hex, isometric, 3d-hopefully), gui and other useful features. I want this to kind of turn into an all-in-one game library for pygame, if you have any ideas for new libraries, code, or suggestions please e-mail me at [email protected]


Total re-write with new features.
Sorry, source does not unpack into new directory.
Next release will address that issue.
For now, just copy the pyglibs directory where you want it.

Current features are:
An isometric engine that supports two different isometric grids, units, and transitions on the tiles.

A gui module with some various and simple widgets

An image module that adds some new resize transformations, animated images, and loading functions.

A pixelperfect library that supports fast, perfect collisions, hitmasks can be gotten form surfaces or animated images.

A font module that just makes fonts easier to deal with.

WARNING: the gui example uses the default font for pygame, which has been known to cause errors in linux, you may need to change that to run it.

Anyone that would like to test it out and let me know about any errors/bugs/problems they find would be greatly appreciated :)


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PygLibs - 0.3 - Aug 2, 2007
PygLibs - 0.15 - Aug 17, 2006
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December 3, 2007 12:59pm - pymike - nickname: (pymike)
I'm ready for another release. Great package! Very good isometric engine. GUI needs more work. It needs more examples too. Very nice job!
October 3, 2007 12:33pm - John Jones - nickname: (john)
Its getting close to its next release!

Trust me its gonner be good.

Giggles like a little school boy
August 17, 2006 9:12pm - Anonymous - nickname: ()
Please have your source unpack into a new directory. Consider using distutils to package things up - it does most of the hard work for you. It's not hard to set up.

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