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* \file
* This example program creates a window and displays a sprite in the middle
* of it. The user can move the sprite using the mouse. A left or right click
* respectively flips the sprite horizontally and vertically. Moving the wheel
* up or down respectively increase and decrease the size of the sprite.
* In order to make this example minimalistic, it will not use most of the
* functionalities of the Bear Engine. Consequently, we will have manage the
* exit of the program ourselves.
* The SDL is used for the subsystems of the engine. Thus we can use its event
* system to detect when the user wants to quit the program.
#include "visual/screen.hpp"
#include "visual/scene_sprite.hpp"
#include "input/system.hpp"
#include "input/mouse.hpp"
#include "SDL2/SDL.h"
#include <fstream>
* This global variable is observed in the main loop in order to exit the
* program as it becomes true.
bool g_quit(false);
* This function processes an event of the SDL. If the quit signal has been
* sent, then g_quit is set to true. Otherwise the function does nothing.
* \param user_data Ignored.
* \param event The event to process.
int event_filter
( void* user_data, SDL_Event* event )
int result(0);
switch ( event->type )
case SDL_QUIT:
g_quit = true;
result = 1;
return result;
* Initializes the visual and input modules of the engine and registers the
* event filter to the SDL.
void init()
bear::visual::screen::initialize( bear::visual::screen::screen_gl );
SDL_SetEventFilter( &event_filter, NULL );
* Releases the visual and input modules of the engine.
void release()
* Creates a sprite given an image file name and a region in this image.
* \param file_name The path to the image used for the sprite.
* \param clip The part of the image to use for the sprite, relatively to the
* top-left corner of the texture.
bear::visual::sprite load_sprite
( const std::string& file_name,
const bear::visual::sprite::clip_rectangle_type& clip )
// Open the image file.
std::ifstream f( file_name.c_str() );
if ( !f )
std::cerr << "Cannot open file \"" << file_name
<< "\" from current directory.\n";
// the engine uses the graphic module of libclaw to load the images. This
// constructor builds a 32 bits color image from files such as PNG, JPEG, TGA,
// Bitmap.
claw::graphic::image image( f );
// Then we create a texture from the loaded image.
bear::visual::image texture( image );
// And we build a sprite from this texture.
return bear::visual::sprite
( /* The texture of which the sprite is part of. */
/* The part of the image to use for the sprite. */
clip );
* Reads the state of the mouse's buttons and applies the corresponding
* transformations to a sprite. A left or right click respectively flips the
* sprite horizontally and vertically. Moving the wheel up or down respectively
* increase and decrease the size of the sprite.
* \param sprite The sprite to transform.
void transform_sprite_with_mouse( bear::visual::sprite& sprite )
// The state of the mouse is supposed to be up to date.
const bear::input::mouse& mouse
( bear::input::system::get_instance().get_mouse() );
// The scale that will be applied to the sprite. By default the scale doesn't
// change.
double scale( 1 );
// bear::input::mouse has both the begin() and end() functions required to
// use range-based loops. The value type of the returned iterator is a code
// identifying a pressed button.
for ( bear::input::mouse::mouse_code k : mouse )
switch (k)
case bear::input::mouse::mc_left_button:
sprite.mirror( !sprite.is_mirrored() );
case bear::input::mouse::mc_right_button:
sprite.flip( !sprite.is_flipped() );
case bear::input::mouse::mc_wheel_up:
scale = 1.2;
case bear::input::mouse::mc_wheel_down:
scale = 0.8;
bear::visual::size_box_type s( sprite.get_size() * scale );
if ( (s.x > 10) && (s.y > 10) )
sprite.set_size( s );
* Creates a window and draws a sprite in it until the quit signal is received.
* The sprite is transformed in response to the mouse events.
void run_example()
// Here we create the window; it will be immediately visible.
// The engine does not support multiples windows yet, so be careful and be
// sure to create only one of them.
// As soon as the screen is created, a render thread is created
bear::visual::screen s( claw::math::coordinate_2d<unsigned int>(640, 480) );
bear::visual::sprite sprite
( load_sprite
( /* The path to the image of which the sprite is a part. */
/* The part of the image to use for the sprite, relatively to the
top-left corner of the texture. Values are: left, top, width,
height. */
bear::visual::sprite::clip_rectangle_type(0, 0, 57, 65) ) );
// The position of the center of the sprite in the screen.
bear::visual::position_type sprite_center( s.get_size() / 2 );
while ( !g_quit )
// update the state of the input devices.
// compute the new center of the sprite.
sprite_center =
transform_sprite_with_mouse( sprite );
// and build the scene element such that the sprite is centered on
// sprite_center.
bear::visual::scene_sprite element
( sprite_center.x - sprite.width() / 2,
sprite_center.y - sprite.height() / 2, sprite );
s.render( element );
* Initializes the engine then runs the example. The engine's modules will be
* released before leaving.
int main( int argc, char* argv[] )
return 0;
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