Data structure generator for the yamgl library (Yet Another Monochrome Graphics Library).
1.1 What is yamgl_gen?
yamgl_gen is a generator used for producing compile time object data for the yamgl library.
1.2 How is yamgl_gen licensed?
1.3 Contact details
For reporting problems with yamgl_gen or submitting feature requests, please open an issue, or submit a pull request.
- yamgl_gen was tested on Python 3.6, on Windows. Compatibility with older version is not guaranteed.
- yamgl_gen has the following dependencies:
2.2 Installation process
Installing yamgl_gen is very simple. Once you download and unzip the package, you just have to execute the standard python setup.py install. The setup script will then place the yamgl_gen module into site-packages in your Python’s installation library.
Alternatively, since yamgl_gen is listed in the Python Package Index (PyPI), you can install it using your favorite Python packaging/distribution tool, for example with:
> pip install yamgl_gen
3.1 Usage rationale
yamgl_gen parses a given xlm file that must comply with the following schema , the xml file contains all the objects that generate data.
3.2 Usage scenario
A sample xml file is given inside the examples folder. The file contains generation instructions for some fonts and a image. The fonts and the image are not part of this release due to legal reasons.
The application will generate a pair of source files (a source and a header). The command line syntax is better detailed by running:
> python yamgl_gen --help
4 Package contents
Once you unzip the yamgl_gen package, you’ll see the following files and directories:
- This README file.
- The yamgl_gen license
- Installation script
- A directory with some examples of using yamgl_gen
- The yamgl_gen module source code.
- Unit tests.
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