Basic love2D utility librairies. Contain kinda-sorted bits of codes used by birb
You can not select more than 25 topics Topics must start with a letter or number, can include dashes ('-') and can be up to 35 characters long.
This repo is archived. You can view files and clone it, but cannot push or open issues/pull-requests.
Kazhnuz 6bd01eee84
Remove arguments where they aren't needed
3 years ago
loveutils first commit 3 years ago
LICENSE Initial commit 3 years ago
README.md Remove arguments where they aren't needed 3 years ago

README.md

loveutils

Basic love2D utility librairies. Contain kinda-sorted bits of codes that I use on my own project

To use it just add the "loveutils" folder where you want and just add this piece of code :

loveutils = require "loveutils"

loveutils.math

All the math functions

loveutils.math.sign

y = loveutils.math.sign(x)

return the sign of x (0 if x is 0)

loveutils.math.round

y = loveutils.math.round(x)

return a rounded version of x (is equal to math.floor if x < .5 and to math.ceil if x ≥ 5)

loveutils.math.vector

vecx, vecy = loveutils.math.vector(x1, y1, x2, y2)

return the vector notation of two set of coordinates

loveutils.math.getMiddlePoint

midx, midy = loveutils.math.getMiddlePoint(x1, y1, x2, y2)

return the point exactly at the middle of two points

loveutils.math.pointDistance

distance = loveutils.math.pointDistance(x1, y1, x2, y2)

return the distance between two points

loveutils.math.pointDirection

angle = loveutils.math.pointDistance(x1, y1, x2, y2)

return the angle between two points

loveutils.math.numberToString

string = loveutils.math.numberToString(x, lenght)

return a string corresponding to the x numbers with at least lenght digit (for instance loveutils.math.numberToString(1, 3) will return "001")

loveutils.math.floorCoord

x, y = loveutils.math.floorCoord(x, y)

return both floored coordinate

loveutils.math.pixeliseCoord

x, y = loveutils.math.floorCoord(x, y, floor)

return x and y, pixelisated with a factor of factor, useful if you are making a tile detection system, for instance.

loveutils.graphics

all my graphics manipulation functions

loveutils.graphics.resetColor

loveutils.graphics.resetColor()

return nothing

reset love current drawing color to love.graphics.setColor(1,1,1,1)

loveutils.graphics.box(x, y, w, h)

loveutils.graphics.box(x, y, w, h)

return nothing

draw an half-transparent box with solid outline

loveutils.graphics.print

loveutils.graphics.print(text, x, y, align, r, sx, sy, ox, oy, kx, ky)

return nothing

like love.graphics.print, but with alignement support.

loveutils.graphics.printWithSpacing

loveutils.graphics.printWithSpacing(text, x, y, align, spacing)

draw a text like loveutils.graphics.print, but with support of spacing : each character will have a space of "spacing" between them.

(doesn't support for the moment angle, spacing, etc.)