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Alpy provides Python bindings to the Allegro game programming library. Requirements: · Python >= 2.0
Alpy provides Python bindings to the Allegro game programming library.
Python >= 2.0.
Works with Allegro 4.0.x or 4.2.x.
If your Allegro version uses dynamic loadable modules, you'll need the 'dl' module in order to make Alpy work properly. 'dl' is shipped with the standard Python distribution, but it is not built by default. If you don't use Allegro modules, set to zero the variable _ALLEGRO_USE_MODULES at the top of 'alpy.py'.
Note that Alpy doesn't yet support the complete Allegro API: see the file documentation.txt for a list of what is currently implemented and how it differs from the original Allegro. Don't forget to check too the online help from an IDE or interactive shell (eg: run `pydoc alpy' from the command line).
What's New in This Release:
This release fixes a docsubst bug in alpy.allegro_id and a bug in alpy.register_counter().
It adds support to pass Unicode strings to the Allegro C version.
New exunicode_ascii and exunicode_utf8 examples show how to do this.
The documentation.txt file is now fleshed out.
alpy_set_alpha_blender() is available as set_alpha_blender() on the Python side.
allegro_message() has been implemented.
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