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package pixel

import "github.com/faiface/pixel"

Package pixel implements platform and backend agnostic core of the Pixel game development library.

It specifies the core Target, Triangles, Picture pattern and implements standard elements, such as Sprite, Batch, Vec, Matrix and RGBA in addition to the basic Triangles and Picture implementations: TrianglesData and PictureData.

Index

Package Files

batch.go color.go compose.go data.go doc.go drawer.go geometry.go interface.go sprite.go

Variables

var IM = Matrix{1, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0}

IM stands for identity matrix. Does nothing, no transformation.

var RGBAModel = color.ModelFunc(rgbaModel)

RGBAModel converts colors to RGBA format.

var ZR = Rect{Min: ZV, Max: ZV}

ZR is a zero rectangle.

var ZV = Vec{0, 0}

ZV is a zero vector.

func Clamp Uses

func Clamp(x, min, max float64) float64

Clamp returns x clamped to the interval [min, max].

If x is less than min, min is returned. If x is more than max, max is returned. Otherwise, x is returned.

type BasicTarget Uses

type BasicTarget interface {
    Target

    // SetMatrix sets a Matrix that every point will be projected by.
    SetMatrix(Matrix)

    // SetColorMask sets a color that will be multiplied with the TrianglesColor property of all
    // Triangles.
    SetColorMask(color.Color)
}

BasicTarget is a Target with additional basic adjustment methods.

type Batch Uses

type Batch struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Batch is a Target that allows for efficient drawing of many objects with the same Picture.

To put an object into a Batch, just draw it onto it:

object.Draw(batch)

func NewBatch Uses

func NewBatch(container Triangles, pic Picture) *Batch

NewBatch creates an empty Batch with the specified Picture and container.

The container is where objects get accumulated. Batch will support precisely those Triangles properties, that the supplied container supports. If you retain access to the container and change it, call Dirty to notify Batch about the change.

Note, that if the container does not support TrianglesColor, color masking will not work.

func (*Batch) Clear Uses

func (b *Batch) Clear()

Clear removes all objects from the Batch.

func (*Batch) Dirty Uses

func (b *Batch) Dirty()

Dirty notifies Batch about an external modification of it's container. If you retain access to the Batch's container and change it, call Dirty to notify Batch about the change.

container := &pixel.TrianglesData{}
batch := pixel.NewBatch(container, nil)
container.SetLen(10) // container changed from outside of Batch
batch.Dirty()        // notify Batch about the change

func (*Batch) Draw Uses

func (b *Batch) Draw(t Target)

Draw draws all objects that are currently in the Batch onto another Target.

func (*Batch) MakePicture Uses

func (b *Batch) MakePicture(p Picture) TargetPicture

MakePicture returns a specialized copy of the provided Picture that draws onto this Batch.

func (*Batch) MakeTriangles Uses

func (b *Batch) MakeTriangles(t Triangles) TargetTriangles

MakeTriangles returns a specialized copy of the provided Triangles that draws onto this Batch.

func (*Batch) SetColorMask Uses

func (b *Batch) SetColorMask(c color.Color)

SetColorMask sets a mask color used in the following draws onto the Batch.

func (*Batch) SetMatrix Uses

func (b *Batch) SetMatrix(m Matrix)

SetMatrix sets a Matrix that every point will be projected by.

type Circle Uses

type Circle struct {
    Center Vec
    Radius float64
}

Circle is a 2D circle. It is defined by two properties:

- Center vector
- Radius float64

func C Uses

func C(center Vec, radius float64) Circle

C returns a new Circle with the given radius and center coordinates.

Note that a negative radius is valid.

func (Circle) Area Uses

func (c Circle) Area() float64

Area returns the area of the Circle.

func (Circle) Contains Uses

func (c Circle) Contains(u Vec) bool

Contains checks whether a vector `u` is contained within this Circle (including it's perimeter).

func (Circle) Formula Uses

func (c Circle) Formula() (h, k float64)

Formula returns the values of h and k, for the equation of the circle: (x-h)^2 + (y-k)^2 = r^2 where r is the radius of the circle.

func (Circle) Intersect Uses

func (c Circle) Intersect(d Circle) Circle

Intersect returns the maximal Circle which is covered by both `c` and `d`.

If `c` and `d` don't overlap, this function returns a zero-sized circle at the centerpoint between the two Circle's centers.

func (Circle) IntersectLine Uses

func (c Circle) IntersectLine(l Line) Vec

IntersectLine will return the shortest Vec such that if the Circle is moved by the Vec returned, the Line and Rect no longer intersect.

func (Circle) IntersectRect Uses

func (c Circle) IntersectRect(r Rect) Vec

IntersectRect returns a minimal required Vector, such that moving the circle by that vector would stop the Circle and the Rect intersecting. This function returns a zero-vector if the Circle and Rect do not overlap, and if only the perimeters touch.

This function will return a non-zero vector if:

- The Rect contains the Circle, partially or fully
- The Circle contains the Rect, partially of fully

func (Circle) IntersectionPoints Uses

func (c Circle) IntersectionPoints(l Line) []Vec

IntersectionPoints returns all the points where the Circle intersects with the line provided. This can be zero, one or two points, depending on the location of the shapes. The points of intersection will be returned in order of closest-to-l.A to closest-to-l.B.

func (Circle) Moved Uses

func (c Circle) Moved(delta Vec) Circle

Moved returns the Circle moved by the given vector delta.

func (Circle) Norm Uses

func (c Circle) Norm() Circle

Norm returns the Circle in normalized form - this sets the radius to its absolute value.

c := pixel.C(-10, pixel.ZV) c.Norm() // returns pixel.Circle{pixel.Vec{0, 0}, 10}

func (Circle) Resized Uses

func (c Circle) Resized(radiusDelta float64) Circle

Resized returns the Circle resized by the given delta. The Circles center is use as the anchor.

c := pixel.C(pixel.ZV, 10) c.Resized(-5) // returns pixel.Circle{pixel.Vec{0, 0}, 5} c.Resized(25) // returns pixel.Circle{pixel.Vec{0, 0}, 35}

func (Circle) String Uses

func (c Circle) String() string

String returns the string representation of the Circle.

c := pixel.C(10.1234, pixel.ZV)
c.String()     // returns "Circle(10.12, Vec(0, 0))"
fmt.Println(c) // Circle(10.12, Vec(0, 0))

func (Circle) Union Uses

func (c Circle) Union(d Circle) Circle

Union returns the minimal Circle which covers both `c` and `d`.

type ComposeMethod Uses

type ComposeMethod int

ComposeMethod is a Porter-Duff composition method.

const (
    ComposeOver ComposeMethod = iota
    ComposeIn
    ComposeOut
    ComposeAtop
    ComposeRover
    ComposeRin
    ComposeRout
    ComposeRatop
    ComposeXor
    ComposePlus
    ComposeCopy
)

Here's the list of all available Porter-Duff composition methods. Use ComposeOver for the basic alpha blending.

func (ComposeMethod) Compose Uses

func (cm ComposeMethod) Compose(a, b RGBA) RGBA

Compose composes two colors together according to the ComposeMethod. A is the foreground, B is the background.

type ComposeTarget Uses

type ComposeTarget interface {
    BasicTarget

    // SetComposeMethod sets a Porter-Duff composition method to be used.
    SetComposeMethod(ComposeMethod)
}

ComposeTarget is a BasicTarget capable of Porter-Duff composition.

type Drawer Uses

type Drawer struct {
    Triangles Triangles
    Picture   Picture
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Drawer glues all the fundamental interfaces (Target, Triangles, Picture) into a coherent and the only intended usage pattern.

Drawer makes it possible to draw any combination of Triangles and Picture onto any Target efficiently.

To create a Drawer, just assign it's Triangles and Picture fields:

d := pixel.Drawer{Triangles: t, Picture: p}

If Triangles is nil, nothing will be drawn. If Picture is nil, Triangles will be drawn without a Picture.

Whenever you change the Triangles, call Dirty to notify Drawer that Triangles changed. You don't need to notify Drawer about a change of the Picture.

Note, that Drawer caches the results of MakePicture from Targets it's drawn to for each Picture it's set to. What it means is that using a Drawer with an unbounded number of Pictures leads to a memory leak, since Drawer caches them and never forgets. In such a situation, create a new Drawer for each Picture.

func (*Drawer) Dirty Uses

func (d *Drawer) Dirty()

Dirty marks the Triangles of this Drawer as changed. If not called, changes will not be visible when drawing.

func (*Drawer) Draw Uses

func (d *Drawer) Draw(t Target)

Draw efficiently draws Triangles with Picture onto the provided Target.

If Triangles is nil, nothing will be drawn. If Picture is nil, Triangles will be drawn without a Picture.

type Line Uses

type Line struct {
    A, B Vec
}

Line is a 2D line segment, between points A and B.

func L Uses

func L(from, to Vec) Line

L creates and returns a new Line.

func (Line) Bounds Uses

func (l Line) Bounds() Rect

Bounds returns the lines bounding box. This is in the form of a normalized Rect.

func (Line) Center Uses

func (l Line) Center() Vec

Center will return the point at center of the line; that is, the point equidistant from either end.

func (Line) Closest Uses

func (l Line) Closest(v Vec) Vec

Closest will return the point on the line which is closest to the Vec provided.

func (Line) Contains Uses

func (l Line) Contains(v Vec) bool

Contains returns whether the provided Vec lies on the line.

func (Line) Formula Uses

func (l Line) Formula() (m, b float64)

Formula will return the values that represent the line in the formula: y = mx + b This function will return math.Inf+, math.Inf- for a vertical line.

func (Line) Intersect Uses

func (l Line) Intersect(k Line) (Vec, bool)

Intersect will return the point of intersection for the two line segments. If the line segments do not intersect, this function will return the zero-vector and false.

func (Line) IntersectCircle Uses

func (l Line) IntersectCircle(c Circle) Vec

IntersectCircle will return the shortest Vec such that moving the Line by that Vec will cause the Line and Circle to no longer intesect. If they do not intersect at all, this function will return a zero-vector.

func (Line) IntersectRect Uses

func (l Line) IntersectRect(r Rect) Vec

IntersectRect will return the shortest Vec such that moving the Line by that Vec will cause the Line and Rect to no longer intesect. If they do not intersect at all, this function will return a zero-vector.

func (Line) Len Uses

func (l Line) Len() float64

Len returns the length of the line segment.

func (Line) Moved Uses

func (l Line) Moved(delta Vec) Line

Moved will return a line moved by the delta Vec provided.

func (Line) Rotated Uses

func (l Line) Rotated(around Vec, angle float64) Line

Rotated will rotate the line around the provided Vec.

func (Line) Scaled Uses

func (l Line) Scaled(scale float64) Line

Scaled will return the line scaled around the center point.

func (Line) ScaledXY Uses

func (l Line) ScaledXY(around Vec, scale float64) Line

ScaledXY will return the line scaled around the Vec provided.

func (Line) String Uses

func (l Line) String() string

type Matrix Uses

type Matrix [6]float64

Matrix is a 2x3 affine matrix that can be used for all kinds of spatial transforms, such as movement, scaling and rotations.

Matrix has a handful of useful methods, each of which adds a transformation to the matrix. For example:

pixel.IM.Moved(pixel.V(100, 200)).Rotated(pixel.ZV, math.Pi/2)

This code creates a Matrix that first moves everything by 100 units horizontally and 200 units vertically and then rotates everything by 90 degrees around the origin.

Layout is: [0] [2] [4] [1] [3] [5]

0   0   1  (implicit row)

func (Matrix) Chained Uses

func (m Matrix) Chained(next Matrix) Matrix

Chained adds another Matrix to this one. All tranformations by the next Matrix will be applied after the transformations of this Matrix.

func (Matrix) Moved Uses

func (m Matrix) Moved(delta Vec) Matrix

Moved moves everything by the delta vector.

func (Matrix) Project Uses

func (m Matrix) Project(u Vec) Vec

Project applies all transformations added to the Matrix to a vector u and returns the result.

Time complexity is O(1).

func (Matrix) Rotated Uses

func (m Matrix) Rotated(around Vec, angle float64) Matrix

Rotated rotates everything around a given point by the given angle in radians.

func (Matrix) Scaled Uses

func (m Matrix) Scaled(around Vec, scale float64) Matrix

Scaled scales everything around a given point by the scale factor.

func (Matrix) ScaledXY Uses

func (m Matrix) ScaledXY(around Vec, scale Vec) Matrix

ScaledXY scales everything around a given point by the scale factor in each axis respectively.

func (Matrix) String Uses

func (m Matrix) String() string

String returns a string representation of the Matrix.

m := pixel.IM
fmt.Println(m) // Matrix(1 0 0 | 0 1 0)

func (Matrix) Unproject Uses

func (m Matrix) Unproject(u Vec) Vec

Unproject does the inverse operation to Project.

Time complexity is O(1).

type Picture Uses

type Picture interface {
    // Bounds returns the rectangle of the Picture. All data is located witih this rectangle.
    // Querying properties outside the rectangle should return default value of that property.
    Bounds() Rect
}

Picture represents a rectangular area of raster data, such as a color. It has Bounds which specify the rectangle where data is located.

type PictureColor Uses

type PictureColor interface {
    Picture
    Color(at Vec) RGBA
}

PictureColor specifies Picture with Color property, so that every position inside the Picture's Bounds has a color.

Positions outside the Picture's Bounds must return full transparent (Alpha(0)).

type PictureData Uses

type PictureData struct {
    Pix    []color.RGBA
    Stride int
    Rect   Rect
}

PictureData specifies an in-memory rectangular area of pixels and implements Picture and PictureColor.

Pixels are small rectangles of unit size of form (x, y, x+1, y+1), where x and y are integers. PictureData contains and assigns a color to all pixels that are at least partially contained within it's Bounds (Rect).

The struct's innards are exposed for convenience, manual modification is at your own risk.

The format of the pixels is color.RGBA and not pixel.RGBA for a very serious reason: pixel.RGBA takes up 8x more memory than color.RGBA.

func MakePictureData Uses

func MakePictureData(rect Rect) *PictureData

MakePictureData creates a zero-initialized PictureData covering the given rectangle.

func PictureDataFromImage Uses

func PictureDataFromImage(img image.Image) *PictureData

PictureDataFromImage converts an image.Image into PictureData.

The resulting PictureData's Bounds will be the equivalent of the supplied image.Image's Bounds.

func PictureDataFromPicture Uses

func PictureDataFromPicture(pic Picture) *PictureData

PictureDataFromPicture converts an arbitrary Picture into PictureData (the conversion may be lossy, because PictureData works with unit-sized pixels).

Bounds are preserved.

func (*PictureData) Bounds Uses

func (pd *PictureData) Bounds() Rect

Bounds returns the bounds of this PictureData.

func (*PictureData) Color Uses

func (pd *PictureData) Color(at Vec) RGBA

Color returns the color located at the given position.

func (*PictureData) Image Uses

func (pd *PictureData) Image() *image.RGBA

Image converts PictureData into an image.RGBA.

The resulting image.RGBA's Bounds will be equivalent of the PictureData's Bounds.

func (*PictureData) Index Uses

func (pd *PictureData) Index(at Vec) int

Index returns the index of the pixel at the specified position inside the Pix slice.

type RGBA Uses

type RGBA struct {
    R, G, B, A float64
}

RGBA represents an alpha-premultiplied RGBA color with components within range [0, 1].

The difference between color.RGBA is that the value range is [0, 1] and the values are floats.

func Alpha Uses

func Alpha(a float64) RGBA

Alpha returns a white RGBA color with the given alpha component.

func RGB Uses

func RGB(r, g, b float64) RGBA

RGB returns a fully opaque RGBA color with the given RGB values.

A common way to construct a transparent color is to create one with RGB constructor, then multiply it by a color obtained from the Alpha constructor.

func ToRGBA Uses

func ToRGBA(c color.Color) RGBA

ToRGBA converts a color to RGBA format. Using this function is preferred to using RGBAModel, for performance (using RGBAModel introduces additional unnecessary allocations).

func (RGBA) Add Uses

func (c RGBA) Add(d RGBA) RGBA

Add adds color d to color c component-wise and returns the result (the components are not clamped).

func (RGBA) Mul Uses

func (c RGBA) Mul(d RGBA) RGBA

Mul multiplies color c by color d component-wise (the components are not clamped).

func (RGBA) RGBA Uses

func (c RGBA) RGBA() (r, g, b, a uint32)

RGBA returns alpha-premultiplied red, green, blue and alpha components of the RGBA color.

func (RGBA) Scaled Uses

func (c RGBA) Scaled(scale float64) RGBA

Scaled multiplies each component of color c by scale and returns the result (the components are not clamped).

func (RGBA) Sub Uses

func (c RGBA) Sub(d RGBA) RGBA

Sub subtracts color d from color c component-wise and returns the result (the components are not clamped).

type Rect Uses

type Rect struct {
    Min, Max Vec
}

Rect is a 2D rectangle aligned with the axes of the coordinate system. It is defined by two points, Min and Max.

The invariant should hold, that Max's components are greater or equal than Min's components respectively.

func R Uses

func R(minX, minY, maxX, maxY float64) Rect

R returns a new Rect with given the Min and Max coordinates.

Note that the returned rectangle is not automatically normalized.

func (Rect) Area Uses

func (r Rect) Area() float64

Area returns the area of r. If r is not normalized, area may be negative.

func (Rect) Center Uses

func (r Rect) Center() Vec

Center returns the position of the center of the Rect.

func (Rect) Contains Uses

func (r Rect) Contains(u Vec) bool

Contains checks whether a vector u is contained within this Rect (including it's borders).

func (Rect) Edges Uses

func (r Rect) Edges() [4]Line

Edges will return the four lines which make up the edges of the rectangle.

func (Rect) H Uses

func (r Rect) H() float64

H returns the height of the Rect.

func (Rect) Intersect Uses

func (r Rect) Intersect(s Rect) Rect

Intersect returns the maximal Rect which is covered by both r and s. Rects r and s must be normalized.

If r and s don't overlap, this function returns a zero-rectangle.

func (Rect) IntersectCircle Uses

func (r Rect) IntersectCircle(c Circle) Vec

IntersectCircle returns a minimal required Vector, such that moving the rect by that vector would stop the Circle and the Rect intersecting. This function returns a zero-vector if the Circle and Rect do not overlap, and if only the perimeters touch.

This function will return a non-zero vector if:

- The Rect contains the Circle, partially or fully
- The Circle contains the Rect, partially of fully

func (Rect) IntersectLine Uses

func (r Rect) IntersectLine(l Line) Vec

IntersectLine will return the shortest Vec such that if the Rect is moved by the Vec returned, the Line and Rect no longer intersect.

func (Rect) IntersectionPoints Uses

func (r Rect) IntersectionPoints(l Line) []Vec

IntersectionPoints returns all the points where the Rect intersects with the line provided. This can be zero, one or two points, depending on the location of the shapes. The points of intersection will be returned in order of closest-to-l.A to closest-to-l.B.

func (Rect) Intersects Uses

func (r Rect) Intersects(s Rect) bool

Intersects returns whether or not the given Rect intersects at any point with this Rect.

This function is overall about 5x faster than Intersect, so it is better to use if you have no need for the returned Rect from Intersect.

func (Rect) Moved Uses

func (r Rect) Moved(delta Vec) Rect

Moved returns the Rect moved (both Min and Max) by the given vector delta.

func (Rect) Norm Uses

func (r Rect) Norm() Rect

Norm returns the Rect in normal form, such that Max is component-wise greater or equal than Min.

func (Rect) Resized Uses

func (r Rect) Resized(anchor, size Vec) Rect

Resized returns the Rect resized to the given size while keeping the position of the given anchor.

r.Resized(r.Min, size)      // resizes while keeping the position of the lower-left corner
r.Resized(r.Max, size)      // same with the top-right corner
r.Resized(r.Center(), size) // resizes around the center

This function does not make sense for resizing a rectangle of zero area and will panic. Use ResizedMin in the case of zero area.

func (Rect) ResizedMin Uses

func (r Rect) ResizedMin(size Vec) Rect

ResizedMin returns the Rect resized to the given size while keeping the position of the Rect's Min.

Sizes of zero area are safe here.

func (Rect) Size Uses

func (r Rect) Size() Vec

Size returns the vector of width and height of the Rect.

func (Rect) String Uses

func (r Rect) String() string

String returns the string representation of the Rect.

r := pixel.R(100, 50, 200, 300)
r.String()     // returns "Rect(100, 50, 200, 300)"
fmt.Println(r) // Rect(100, 50, 200, 300)

func (Rect) Union Uses

func (r Rect) Union(s Rect) Rect

Union returns the minimal Rect which covers both r and s. Rects r and s must be normalized.

func (Rect) Vertices Uses

func (r Rect) Vertices() [4]Vec

Vertices returns a slice of the four corners which make up the rectangle.

func (Rect) W Uses

func (r Rect) W() float64

W returns the width of the Rect.

type Sprite Uses

type Sprite struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Sprite is a drawable frame of a Picture. It's anchored by the center of it's Picture's frame.

Frame specifies a rectangular portion of the Picture that will be drawn. For example, this creates a Sprite that draws the whole Picture:

sprite := pixel.NewSprite(pic, pic.Bounds())

Note, that Sprite caches the results of MakePicture from Targets it's drawn to for each Picture it's set to. What it means is that using a Sprite with an unbounded number of Pictures leads to a memory leak, since Sprite caches them and never forgets. In such a situation, create a new Sprite for each Picture.

func NewSprite Uses

func NewSprite(pic Picture, frame Rect) *Sprite

NewSprite creates a Sprite from the supplied frame of a Picture.

func (*Sprite) Draw Uses

func (s *Sprite) Draw(t Target, matrix Matrix)

Draw draws the Sprite onto the provided Target. The Sprite will be transformed by the given Matrix.

This method is equivalent to calling DrawColorMask with nil color mask.

func (*Sprite) DrawColorMask Uses

func (s *Sprite) DrawColorMask(t Target, matrix Matrix, mask color.Color)

DrawColorMask draws the Sprite onto the provided Target. The Sprite will be transformed by the given Matrix and all of it's color will be multiplied by the given mask.

If the mask is nil, a fully opaque white mask will be used, which causes no effect.

func (*Sprite) Frame Uses

func (s *Sprite) Frame() Rect

Frame returns the current Sprite's frame.

func (*Sprite) Picture Uses

func (s *Sprite) Picture() Picture

Picture returns the current Sprite's Picture.

func (*Sprite) Set Uses

func (s *Sprite) Set(pic Picture, frame Rect)

Set sets a new frame of a Picture for this Sprite.

type Target Uses

type Target interface {
    // MakeTriangles generates a specialized copy of the provided Triangles.
    //
    // When calling Draw method on the returned TargetTriangles, the TargetTriangles will be
    // drawn onto the Target that generated them.
    //
    // Note, that not every Target has to recognize all possible types of Triangles. Some may
    // only recognize TrianglesPosition and TrianglesColor and ignore all other properties (if
    // present) when making new TargetTriangles. This varies from Target to Target.
    MakeTriangles(Triangles) TargetTriangles

    // MakePicture generates a specialized copy of the provided Picture.
    //
    // When calling Draw method on the returned TargetPicture, the TargetPicture will be drawn
    // onto the Target that generated it together with the TargetTriangles supplied to the Draw
    // method.
    MakePicture(Picture) TargetPicture
}

Target is something that can be drawn onto, such as a window, a canvas, and so on.

You can notice, that there are no "drawing" methods in a Target. That's because all drawing happens indirectly through Triangles and Picture instances generated via MakeTriangles and MakePicture method.

type TargetPicture Uses

type TargetPicture interface {
    Picture

    // Draw draws the supplied TargetTriangles (which must be generated by the same Target as
    // this TargetPicture) with this TargetPicture. The TargetTriangles should utilize the data
    // from this TargetPicture in some way.
    Draw(TargetTriangles)
}

TargetPicture is a Picture generated by a Target using MakePicture method. This Picture can be drawn onto that (no other) Target together with a TargetTriangles generated by the same Target.

The TargetTriangles specify where, shape and how the Picture should be drawn.

type TargetTriangles Uses

type TargetTriangles interface {
    Triangles

    // Draw draws Triangles onto an associated Target.
    Draw()
}

TargetTriangles are Triangles generated by a Target with MakeTriangles method. They can be drawn onto that (no other) Target.

type Triangles Uses

type Triangles interface {
    // Len returns the number of vertices. The number of triangles is the number of vertices
    // divided by 3.
    Len() int

    // SetLen resizes Triangles to len vertices. If Triangles B were obtained by calling Slice
    // method on Triangles A, the relationship between A and B is undefined after calling SetLen
    // on either one of them.
    SetLen(len int)

    // Slice returns a sub-Triangles of this Triangles, covering vertices in range [i, j).
    //
    // If Triangles B were obtained by calling Slice(4, 9) on Triangles A, then A and B must
    // share the same underlying data. Modifying B must change the contents of A in range
    // [4, 9). The vertex with index 0 at B is the vertex with index 4 in A, and so on.
    //
    // Returned Triangles must have the same underlying type.
    Slice(i, j int) Triangles

    // Update copies vertex properties from the supplied Triangles into this Triangles.
    //
    // Properies not supported by these Triangles should be ignored. Properties not supported by
    // the supplied Triangles should be left untouched.
    //
    // The two Triangles must have the same Len.
    Update(Triangles)

    // Copy creates an exact independent copy of this Triangles (with the same underlying type).
    Copy() Triangles
}

Triangles represents a list of vertices, where each three vertices form a triangle. (First, second and third is the first triangle, fourth, fifth and sixth is the second triangle, etc.)

type TrianglesColor Uses

type TrianglesColor interface {
    Triangles
    Color(i int) RGBA
}

TrianglesColor specifies Triangles with Color property.

type TrianglesData Uses

type TrianglesData []struct {
    Position  Vec
    Color     RGBA
    Picture   Vec
    Intensity float64
}

TrianglesData specifies a list of Triangles vertices with three common properties: TrianglesPosition, TrianglesColor and TrianglesPicture.

func MakeTrianglesData Uses

func MakeTrianglesData(len int) *TrianglesData

MakeTrianglesData creates TrianglesData of length len initialized with default property values.

Prefer this function to make(TrianglesData, len), because make zeros them, while this function does the correct intialization.

func (*TrianglesData) Color Uses

func (td *TrianglesData) Color(i int) RGBA

Color returns the color property of i-th vertex.

func (*TrianglesData) Copy Uses

func (td *TrianglesData) Copy() Triangles

Copy returns an exact independent copy of this TrianglesData.

func (*TrianglesData) Len Uses

func (td *TrianglesData) Len() int

Len returns the number of vertices in TrianglesData.

func (*TrianglesData) Picture Uses

func (td *TrianglesData) Picture(i int) (pic Vec, intensity float64)

Picture returns the picture property of i-th vertex.

func (*TrianglesData) Position Uses

func (td *TrianglesData) Position(i int) Vec

Position returns the position property of i-th vertex.

func (*TrianglesData) SetLen Uses

func (td *TrianglesData) SetLen(len int)

SetLen resizes TrianglesData to len, while keeping the original content.

If len is greater than TrianglesData's current length, the new data is filled with default values ((0, 0), white, (0, 0), 0).

func (*TrianglesData) Slice Uses

func (td *TrianglesData) Slice(i, j int) Triangles

Slice returns a sub-Triangles of this TrianglesData.

func (*TrianglesData) Update Uses

func (td *TrianglesData) Update(t Triangles)

Update copies vertex properties from the supplied Triangles into this TrianglesData.

TrianglesPosition, TrianglesColor and TrianglesTexture are supported.

type TrianglesPicture Uses

type TrianglesPicture interface {
    Triangles
    Picture(i int) (pic Vec, intensity float64)
}

TrianglesPicture specifies Triangles with Picture propery.

The first value returned from Picture method is Picture coordinates. The second one specifies the weight of the Picture. Value of 0 means, that Picture should be completely ignored, 1 means that is should be fully included and anything in between means anything in between.

type TrianglesPosition Uses

type TrianglesPosition interface {
    Triangles
    Position(i int) Vec
}

TrianglesPosition specifies Triangles with Position property.

type Vec Uses

type Vec struct {
    X, Y float64
}

Vec is a 2D vector type with X and Y coordinates.

Create vectors with the V constructor:

u := pixel.V(1, 2)
v := pixel.V(8, -3)

Use various methods to manipulate them:

  w := u.Add(v)
  fmt.Println(w)        // Vec(9, -1)
  fmt.Println(u.Sub(v)) // Vec(-7, 5)
  u = pixel.V(2, 3)
  v = pixel.V(8, 1)
  if u.X < 0 {
	     fmt.Println("this won't happen")
  }
  x := u.Unit().Dot(v.Unit())

func Lerp Uses

func Lerp(a, b Vec, t float64) Vec

Lerp returns a linear interpolation between vectors a and b.

This function basically returns a point along the line between a and b and t chooses which one. If t is 0, then a will be returned, if t is 1, b will be returned. Anything between 0 and 1 will return the appropriate point between a and b and so on.

func Unit Uses

func Unit(angle float64) Vec

Unit returns a vector of length 1 facing the given angle.

func V Uses

func V(x, y float64) Vec

V returns a new 2D vector with the given coordinates.

func (Vec) Add Uses

func (u Vec) Add(v Vec) Vec

Add returns the sum of vectors u and v.

func (Vec) Angle Uses

func (u Vec) Angle() float64

Angle returns the angle between the vector u and the x-axis. The result is in range [-Pi, Pi].

func (Vec) Cross Uses

func (u Vec) Cross(v Vec) float64

Cross return the cross product of vectors u and v.

func (Vec) Dot Uses

func (u Vec) Dot(v Vec) float64

Dot returns the dot product of vectors u and v.

func (Vec) Eq Uses

func (u Vec) Eq(v Vec) bool

Eq will compare two vectors and return whether they are equal accounting for rounding errors. At worst, the result is correct to 7 significant digits.

func (Vec) Floor Uses

func (u Vec) Floor() Vec

Floor converts x and y to their integer equivalents.

func (Vec) Len Uses

func (u Vec) Len() float64

Len returns the length of the vector u.

func (Vec) Map Uses

func (u Vec) Map(f func(float64) float64) Vec

Map applies the function f to both x and y components of the vector u and returns the modified vector.

u := pixel.V(10.5, -1.5)
v := u.Map(math.Floor)   // v is Vec(10, -2), both components of u floored

func (Vec) Normal Uses

func (u Vec) Normal() Vec

Normal returns a vector normal to u. Equivalent to u.Rotated(math.Pi / 2), but faster.

func (Vec) Project Uses

func (u Vec) Project(v Vec) Vec

Project returns a projection (or component) of vector u in the direction of vector v.

Behaviour is undefined if v is a zero vector.

func (Vec) Rotated Uses

func (u Vec) Rotated(angle float64) Vec

Rotated returns the vector u rotated by the given angle in radians.

func (Vec) Scaled Uses

func (u Vec) Scaled(c float64) Vec

Scaled returns the vector u multiplied by c.

func (Vec) ScaledXY Uses

func (u Vec) ScaledXY(v Vec) Vec

ScaledXY returns the vector u multiplied by the vector v component-wise.

func (Vec) String Uses

func (u Vec) String() string

String returns the string representation of the vector u.

u := pixel.V(4.5, -1.3)
u.String()     // returns "Vec(4.5, -1.3)"
fmt.Println(u) // Vec(4.5, -1.3)

func (Vec) Sub Uses

func (u Vec) Sub(v Vec) Vec

Sub returns the difference betweeen vectors u and v.

func (Vec) To Uses

func (u Vec) To(v Vec) Vec

To returns the vector from u to v. Equivalent to v.Sub(u).

func (Vec) Unit Uses

func (u Vec) Unit() Vec

Unit returns a vector of length 1 facing the direction of u (has the same angle).

func (Vec) XY Uses

func (u Vec) XY() (x, y float64)

XY returns the components of the vector in two return values.

Directories

PathSynopsis
imdrawPackage imdraw implements a basic primitive geometry shape and pictured polygon drawing for Pixel with a nice immediate-mode-like API.
pixelglPackage pixelgl implements efficient OpenGL targets and utilities for the Pixel game development library, specifically Window and Canvas.
textPackage text implements efficient text drawing for the Pixel library.

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