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Agar 1.7 Manual

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#include <agar/core.h>
#include <agar/sg.h>


The SG_View widget renders a SG(3) scene graph from the point of view of a specified SG_Camera(3) node.


AG_Object(3)-> AG_Widget(3)-> SG_View.


SG_View * SG_ViewNew (AG_Widget *parent, SG *sg, Uint flags)

void SG_ViewSetBgColor (SG_View *view, const AG_Color *c)

void SG_ViewKeydownFn (SG_View *view, AG_EventFn fn, const char *fmt, ...)

void SG_ViewKeyupFn (SG_View *view, AG_EventFn fn, const char *fmt, ...)

void SG_ViewButtondownFn (SG_View *view, AG_EventFn fn, const char *fmt, ...)

void SG_ViewButtonupFn (SG_View *view, AG_EventFn fn, const char *fmt, ...)

void SG_ViewMotionFn (SG_View *view, AG_EventFn fn, const char *fmt, ...)

The SG_ViewNew() function allocates, initializes, and attaches a SG_View object. Acceptable flags options include:
SG_VIEW_HFILLExpand horizontally in parent container.
SG_VIEW_VFILLExpand vertically in parent container. Shorthand for SG_VIEW_HFILL SG_VIEW_VFILL|.
SG_VIEW_NO_LIGHTINGDisable lighting calculations.
SG_VIEW_NO_DEPTH_TESTSDisable Z-buffering.
SG_VIEW_CAMERA_STATUSDisplay active camera status as overlay.
SG_VIEW_EDITAllow edition commands.
SG_VIEW_BGFILLFill background with the specified color (see SG_ViewSetBgColor()).

SG_ViewNew() may fail returning NULL if there is no default camera (e.g., Camera0 node) in the scene.

SG_ViewSetBgFill() specifies a background color c (effective only if SG_VIEW_BGFILL is set).

The SG_View*Fn() functions are used to set up optional callback functions to invoke upon specific GUI events. SG_ViewKeydownFn() and SG_ViewKeyupFn() set callbacks for key-down and key-up events. SG_ViewButtondownFn(), SG_ViewButtonupFn() and SG_ViewMotionFn() set callbacks for mouse-button-down, mouse-button-up and mouse-motion events, respectively.


int SG_ViewTransition (SG_View *view, SG *sg, SG_Camera *cam, Uint flags)

void SG_ViewSetFadeColor (SG_View *view, const AG_Color *c)

void SG_ViewSetFadeDuration (SG_View *view, Uint ms)

The SG_ViewTransition() function arranges for a transition to a new scene sg and camera cam. If the cam argument is NULL, the default camera is used. By default, the transition is immediate. The following flags are accepted:
SG_VIEW_TRANSFADEFade-out and fade-in to the new scene. The function will return immediately (caller can poll transProgress to determine completeness; see STRUCTURE DATA).

SG_ViewTransition() may fail and return NULL if a camera could not be found or a transition is already in progress.

SG_ViewSetFadeColor() sets a fill color for the SG_VIEW_TRANSFADE effect.

SG_ViewSetFadeDuration() configures the duration of the fade effect in milliseconds.


void SG_ViewSetCamera (SG_View *view, SG_Camera *cam)

void SG_ViewUnProject (SG_View *view, int x, int y, M_Vector3 *vOut)

The SG_ViewSetCamera() function changes the current camera of the view.

The SG_ViewUnProject() function translates the given two-dimensional view (widget) coordinates x, y to 3D world coordinates in vOut, according to the active camera's position, orientation and projection. The returned point is coincident with the camera's near plane.


For the AG_SG_View object:
SG *sg Pointer to the active SG(3) object (read-only; use SG_ViewTransition()).
SG *sgTrans Transition in progress to this scene (read-only).
float transProgress Progress of the scene transition (-1.0 = start, 0.0 = midway, +1.0 = done).
SG_Camera *cam Active camera (read-only; use SG_ViewSetCamera()).
SG_Camera *camTrans Transition in progress to this camera (read-only).



The SG_View widget first appeared in Agar 1.6.0. ElectronTubeStore