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PYGLET – Getting Chached Animations

  • Last Updated : 25 Aug, 2021

In this article, we will see how we can get chached animations in PYGLET module in python. Pyglet is easy to use but powerful library for developing visually rich GUI applications like games, multimedia, etc. A window is a “heavyweight” object occupying operating system resources. Windows may appear as floating regions or can be set to fill an entire screen (fullscreen). In order to load a file i.e resource we use resource module of pyglet. This module allows applications to specify a search path for resources. Relative paths are taken to be relative to the application’s __main__ module. Chached animation is a list of animation filenames that have been cached. This is useful for debugging and profiling only.

We can create a window object with the help of command given below 

# creating a window
window = pyglet.window.Window(width, height, title)
 

In order to create window we use get_cached_animation_names method with the pyglet.resource
Syntax : resource.get_cached_animation_names()
Argument : It takes no argument
Return : It returns list or string 
 

Below is the implementation 

Python3






# importing pyglet module
import pyglet
import pyglet.window.key as key
   
# width of window
width = 500
   
# height of window
height = 500
   
# caption i.e title of the window
title = "Geeksforgeeks"
   
# creating a window
window = pyglet.window.Window(width, height, title)
   
# text 
text = "Welcome to GeeksforGeeks"
  
# creating label with following properties
# font = cooper
# position = 250, 150
# anchor position = center
label = pyglet.text.Label(text,
                          font_name ='Cooper',
                          font_size = 16,
                          x = 250
                          y = 150,
                          anchor_x ='center'
                          anchor_y ='center')
 
 
# creating a batch
batch = pyglet.graphics.Batch()
 
# loading geeksforgeeks image
image = pyglet.image.load('gfg.png')
 
 
# creating sprite object
# it is instance of an image displayed on-screen
sprite = pyglet.sprite.Sprite(image, x = 200, y = 230)
   
# on draw event
@window.event
def on_draw():
       
    # clear the window
    window.clear()
       
    # draw the label
    label.draw()
     
    # draw the image on screen
    sprite.draw()
       
# key press event    
@window.event
def on_key_press(symbol, modifier):
   
    # key "C" get press
    if symbol == key.C:
         
        # printing the message
        print("Key : C is pressed")
         
# image for icon
img = image = pyglet.resource.image("gfg.png")
 
# setting image as icon
window.set_icon(img)
 
# getting chached animations
value = pyglet.resource.get_cached_animation_names()
 
# setting text  of label
label.text = str(value)
 
# start running the application
pyglet.app.run()

Output : 

 

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