A wrapper around SDL_gpu
pysdl-gpu is a wrapper around the SDL_gpu library. It depends on PySDL2, and it uses ctypes.
The SDL_gpu library, as well as its documentation, can be found here: https://github.com/grimfang4/sdl-gpu
Feel free to report bugs or make pull requests here: https://bitbucket.org/Jjp137/pysdl-gpu
Note that this library is intended to match the sdl_gpu.h header as closely as possible, and thus, following PEP-8 is less of a priority.
pysdl-gpu requires SDL2 and SDL_gpu to be installed on your system. Alternatively, the environment variable PYSDL2_DLL_PATH can be used to point pysdl-gpu to the location of the SDL2 and SDL_gpu libraries.
Once installed, simply import the library:
Refer to SDL_gpu’s documentation for a list of available functions, enums, and structures.
pysdl-gpu is licensed under the terms of the MIT License. For more details on the terms of this license, refer to LICENSE.txt.
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