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package org.hexworks.zircon.api.grid
import org.hexworks.zircon.api.animation.AnimationRunner
import org.hexworks.zircon.api.behavior.*
import org.hexworks.zircon.api.uievent.UIEventSource
import org.hexworks.zircon.api.view.ViewContainer
import org.hexworks.zircon.internal.grid.InternalTileGrid
* The [TileGrid] is the most fundamental interface in Zircon.
* It is an abstraction which lets you manage a 2D grid composed of [Tile]s.
* It also supports layering, cursor handling, character printing, event handling,
* simple [Tile] drawing operations and many more.
* You can consider a [TileGrid] as an easy to use **facade** for all of your tile grid
* needs.
* **Note That** all [TileGrid]s have a [Layer] at index `0` which is used
* for implementing the [DrawSurface] operations and it can't be removed from the grid.
* In short all [TileGrid]s have at least **one** [Layer] in them.
* @see AnimationRunner
* @see Clearable
* @see Closeable
* @see DrawSurface
* @see Layerable
* @see ShutdownHook
* @see TypingSupport
* @see UIEventSource
* @see ViewContainer
interface TileGrid : AnimationRunner, Clearable, Closeable, DrawSurface, Layerable,
ShutdownHook, TypingSupport, UIEventSource, ViewContainer {
val widthInPixels: Int
get() = tileset.width * width
val heightInPixels: Int
get() = tileset.height * height
* Exposes the internal API of this [TileGrid]
fun asInternal(): InternalTileGrid