1 import random
2 import pygame
3 from gfx import gl, array, ext
6 def main():
8 flags = pygame.OPENGL|pygame.DOUBLEBUF|pygame.HWSURFACE
9 pygame.display.set_mode((800,600), flags)
11 #setup the opengl window
14 #create an image batch of 10000 images, which uses the texture 'sprite.png'
15 image_count = 10000
16 texture = ext.GLSurface(pygame.image.load('sprite.png'))
17 image_batch = ext.ImageBatch(image_count, texture)
19 #create 10000 random images, and use the whole texture for each image
20 for i in xrange(image_count):
21 x,y = random.randint(0,795), random.randint(0,595)
22 w,h = 5,5
23 vertices = (x,y),(x,y+h),(x+w,y+h),(x+w,y)
24 texture_coords = (0,0),(0,1),(1,1),(1,0)
25 image_batch.set_quad(i, vertices, texture_coords=texture_coords)
27 clock = pygame.time.Clock()
28 running = True
29 while running:
30 #clear the display
32 #draw the image batch
36 if pygame.QUIT in (i.type for i in pygame.event.get()):
37 running = False
38 print 'FPS:', clock.get_fps()
41 if __name__ == "__main__":
Wednesday, August 01, 2007
GFX Demo Code
This little piece of code draws random sprites all over an 800x600 window using GFX. The GFX specific stuff has been commented, all the rest is standard Python/Pygame stuff.
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