D'Enfent Engine is a library that contains high-level classes to access OpenGL functions. It contains classes that may be very useful in game development: GUI components, sprite classes, and classes to handle mouse/keyboard events. It has a full API reference, as well as lessons to help you start working with the library.
|Licenses||GPL v2 Or Later|
|Operating Systems||Linux Windows|
Two new lessons were posted at the site: The first one covers new ConfigFile class functionality and overall impact it has on the library and the n...
Release Notes: Updates in GUILoader. The 'interface' sample was reworked using a GUI file. Texture caching has been added to TextureTool to avoid loading duplicated textures to the memory. The 'Bart' game was reworked to use GUI files instead of a hard-coded GUI made in C++. Support for fixed size windows. World2D/Layer classes were introduced to simplify work on 2D applications (use the 'sprites' sample as a reference).
Release Notes: The GUILoader class was implemented to load GUI components from text files, and the "sprite_interface" sample program was fully reworked to reflect these changes. There are fixes in the ConfigFile class.
Release Notes: New samples were added: to demonstrate ConfigFile class usage and how a gloomy effect from "SilentHill: Home Coming" can be implemented in your game. Enhancements in TextWriter to support Unicode strings. The ConfigFile class was added to store "key=value" text files as well as hierarchical structures (like the GUI system has).
Release Notes: The GUI system was refactored: now it is hierarchical. The ADD_TO_TOP flag was removed. The concept of Desktop classes was proposed. Fixes were made in PNGLoader. The Engine was formed as a singleton class. The number of draw calls per frame is available in the Engine class.
Release Notes: Building on Windows was fixed.