Wednesday, March 31, 2010

AngelCode Fonts - Second Steps

I was determined to get some more work done on this today after my sorry screenshot I posted last night. I've added parsing support to kerning but have not implemented it graphically. Hopefully I'll get around to that tomorrow. However, the xOffset, yOffset, and xAdvance functionality is working now and I have a much better screenshot to post:



I've also cleaned up the process by adding a "drawString" method to AngelCodeFont. See the following example code:

package org.sgine.render

import org.sgine.math.mutable.Matrix4

import javax.imageio.ImageIO

import org.lwjgl.opengl.GL11._

import scala.io.Source

object TestFonts {
 def main(args: Array[String]): Unit = {
  val r = Renderer.createFrame(1024, 768, "Test Fonts")
  
  val m = Matrix4().translate(x = -70.0, z = -1000.0)
  val fps = FPS(1.0)
  
  val font = AngelCodeFont(Source.fromURL(getClass.getClassLoader.getResource("resource/Arial.fnt")), getClass.getClassLoader.getResource("resource/Arial.png"))
  
  val a = new Array[() => Unit](3)
  a(0) = MatrixState(m)
  a(1) = () => font.drawString("Hello World!")
  a(2) = fps
  r.renderable := RenderList(a)
 }
}

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