Bindings for using the excellent libtcod
To use this package, run the following command in your project's root directory:
libtcod-d is a set of bindings for using the excellent libtcod in the D programming language.
The DLL (libtcod.so on Linux, libtcod.dll on Windows) is dynamically loaded on start up, not linked at compile time.
It searches for libtcoddebug.so, and if it can't find that, then libtcod.so
on the executable's path (or dlls if on Windows). The current release build of
libtcod.so 1.5.1 is lacking the functions `TCODmouseincludestouch
TCODsysgetsdlwindow`, and will fail on attempting to load those functions.
ATTENTION: the x8664 version of the library doesnt't work with DMD; the sample application crashes immediately as some function calls simply don't work - the parameters are totally garbled. Please use LDC to compile applications on x8664 platforms.
To try the samples, run
dub run -c samples_d on 32bit platforms or
dub run --compiler ldc2 -c samples_d on 64bit platforms.
The bindings are a strict port of the C API, so refer to libtcod documentation for more details. If I can get motivated, an object wrapper that would be similar to the C++ API may be forthcoming, so watch this space.
For comments and complaints, use the issue system on GitHub.
- Registered by Joachim de Groot
- 1.5.1-2 released 2 years ago
- BSD 3-clause
- Copyright © 2012, Bernard Helyer