Although library-independent, it includes a rendering engine for pygame that is compatible with its pygame.font.Font class in that it can be used in advanced text rendering libraries such as Glyph for extra awesomeness.
- Python (tested with 2.7, should also work with 3.x)
- pygame (only if you want to use the PyGameHieroFont class)
Check out the demo.py in the root directory.
PyHiero is licensed under the MIT License.