Source code for arcade.tilemap

Functions and classes for managing a map saved in the .tmx format.

Typically these .tmx maps are created using the `Tiled Map Editor`_.

For more information, see the `Platformer Tutorial`_.

.. _Tiled Map Editor:
.. _Platformer Tutorial:


from typing import Optional, List, cast
import math
import copy
import pytiled_parser

from arcade import Sprite
from arcade import AnimatedTimeBasedSprite
from arcade import AnimationKeyframe
from arcade import SpriteList
from arcade.arcade_types import Point


[docs]def read_tmx(tmx_file: str) -> pytiled_parser.objects.TileMap: """ Given a .tmx, this will read in a tiled map, and return a TiledMap object. Given a tsx_file, the map will use it as the tileset. If tsx_file is not specified, it will use the tileset specified within the tmx_file. Important: Tiles must be a "collection" of images. Hitboxes can be drawn around tiles in the tileset editor, but only polygons are supported. (This is a great area for PR's to improve things.) :param str tmx_file: String with name of our TMX file :returns: Map :rtype: TiledMap """ tile_map = pytiled_parser.parse_tile_map(tmx_file) return tile_map
[docs]def get_tilemap_layer(map_object: pytiled_parser.objects.TileMap, layer_name: str) -> Optional[pytiled_parser.objects.Layer]: """ Given a TileMap and a layer name, this returns the TileLayer. :param pytiled_parser.objects.TileMap map_object: The map read in by the read_tmx function. :param str layer_name: A string to match the layer name. Case sensitive. :returns: A TileLayer, or None if no layer was found. """ assert isinstance(map_object, pytiled_parser.objects.TileMap) assert isinstance(layer_name, str) for layer in map_object.layers: if == layer_name: return layer return None
def _get_tile_by_gid(map_object: pytiled_parser.objects.TileMap, tile_gid: int) -> Optional[pytiled_parser.objects.Tile]: flipped_diagonally = False flipped_horizontally = False flipped_vertically = False if tile_gid & FLIPPED_HORIZONTALLY_FLAG: flipped_horizontally = True tile_gid -= FLIPPED_HORIZONTALLY_FLAG if tile_gid & FLIPPED_DIAGONALLY_FLAG: flipped_diagonally = True tile_gid -= FLIPPED_DIAGONALLY_FLAG if tile_gid & FLIPPED_VERTICALLY_FLAG: flipped_vertically = True tile_gid -= FLIPPED_VERTICALLY_FLAG for tileset_key, tileset in map_object.tile_sets.items(): for tile_key, tile in tileset.tiles.items(): cur_tile_gid = tile.id_ + tileset_key # print(f"-- {tile_gid} {cur_tile_gid} {tile.image.source}") if cur_tile_gid == tile_gid: my_tile = copy.copy(tile) my_tile.tileset = tileset my_tile.flipped_vertically = flipped_vertically my_tile.flipped_diagonally = flipped_diagonally my_tile.flipped_horizontally = flipped_horizontally return my_tile return None def _get_tile_by_id(map_object: pytiled_parser.objects.TileMap, tileset: pytiled_parser.objects.TileSet, tile_id: int) -> Optional[pytiled_parser.objects.Tile]: for tileset_key, cur_tileset in map_object.tile_sets.items(): if cur_tileset is tileset: for tile_key, tile in cur_tileset.tiles.items(): if tile_id == tile.id_: return tile return None def _create_sprite_from_tile(map_object, tile: pytiled_parser.objects.Tile, scaling, base_directory: str = ""): tmx_file = base_directory + tile.image.source # print(f"Creating tile: {tmx_file}") if tile.animation: # my_sprite = AnimatedTimeSprite(tmx_file, scaling) my_sprite: Sprite = AnimatedTimeBasedSprite(tmx_file, scaling) else: my_sprite = Sprite(tmx_file, scaling) if is not None and len( > 0: for my_property in[] = my_property.value # print(tile.image.source, my_sprite.center_x, my_sprite.center_y) if tile.objectgroup is not None: if len(tile.objectgroup) > 1: print(f"Warning, only one hit box supported for tile with image {tile.image.source}.") for hitbox in tile.objectgroup: points: List[Point] = [] if isinstance(hitbox, pytiled_parser.objects.RectangleObject): if hitbox.size is None: print(f"Warning: Rectangle hitbox created for without a " f"height or width for {tile.image.source}. Ignoring.") continue # print(my_sprite.width, my_sprite.height) sx = hitbox.location[0] - (my_sprite.width / (scaling * 2)) sy = -(hitbox.location[1] - (my_sprite.height / (scaling * 2))) ex = (hitbox.location[0] + hitbox.size[0]) - (my_sprite.width / (scaling * 2)) ey = -((hitbox.location[1] + hitbox.size[1]) - (my_sprite.height / (scaling * 2))) # print(f"Size: {hitbox.size} Location: {hitbox.location}") p1 = [sx, sy] p2 = [ex, sy] p3 = [ex, ey] p4 = [sx, ey] # print(f"w:{my_sprite.width:.1f}, h:{my_sprite.height:.1f}", end=", ") points = [p1, p2, p3, p4] # for point in points: # print(f"({point[0]:.1f}, {point[1]:.1f}) ") # print() elif isinstance(hitbox, pytiled_parser.objects.PolygonObject): for point in hitbox.points: adj_x = point[0] + hitbox.location[0] - my_sprite.width / (scaling * 2) adj_y = - (point[1] + hitbox.location[1] - my_sprite.height / (scaling * 2)) # print(f"w:{my_sprite.width:.1f}, h:{my_sprite.height:.1f}", end=", ") # print(f"offset: ({hitbox.location[0]:.1f}, {hitbox.location[1]:.1f})", end=", ") # print(f"({point[0]:.1f}, {point[1]:.1f}) -> ({adj_x:.1f}, {adj_y:.1f})") adj_point = [adj_x, adj_y] points.append(adj_point) elif isinstance(hitbox, pytiled_parser.objects.PolylineObject): for point in hitbox.points: adj_x = point[0] + hitbox.location[0] - my_sprite.width / (scaling * 2) adj_y = - (point[1] + hitbox.location[1] - my_sprite.height / (scaling * 2)) adj_point = [adj_x, adj_y] points.append(adj_point) # If we have a polyline, and it is closed, we need to # remove the duplicate end-point if points[0][0] == points[-1][0] and points[0][1] == points[-1][1]: points.pop() elif isinstance(hitbox, pytiled_parser.objects.ElipseObject): if hitbox.size is None: print(f"Warning: Ellipse hitbox created for without a height " f"or width for {tile.image.source}. Ignoring.") continue # print(f"Size: {hitbox.size} Location: {hitbox.location}") hw = hitbox.size[0] / 2 hh = hitbox.size[1] / 2 cx = hitbox.location[0] + hw cy = hitbox.location[1] + hh acx = cx - (my_sprite.width / (scaling * 2)) acy = cy - (my_sprite.height / (scaling * 2)) # print(f"acx: {acx} acy: {acy} cx: {cx} cy: {cy} hh: {hh} hw: {hw}") total_steps = 8 angles = [step / total_steps * 2 * math.pi for step in range(total_steps)] for angle in angles: x = (hw * math.cos(angle) + acx) y = (-(hh * math.sin(angle) + acy)) point = [x, y] points.append(point) # for point in points: # print(f"({point[0]:.1f}, {point[1]:.1f}) ") # print() else: print(f"Warning: Hitbox type {type(hitbox)} not supported.") # Scale the points to our sprite scaling for point in points: point[0] *= scaling point[1] *= scaling my_sprite.points = points if tile.animation is not None: key_frame_list = [] for frame in tile.animation: frame_tile = _get_tile_by_id(map_object, tile.tileset, frame.tile_id) if frame_tile: key_frame = AnimationKeyframe(frame.tile_id, frame.duration, frame_tile.image) key_frame_list.append(key_frame) cast(AnimatedTimeBasedSprite, my_sprite).frames = key_frame_list return my_sprite def _process_object_layer(map_object: pytiled_parser.objects.TileMap, layer: pytiled_parser.objects.ObjectLayer, scaling: float = 1, base_directory: str = "") -> SpriteList: sprite_list: SpriteList = SpriteList() for cur_object in layer.tiled_objects: if cur_object.gid is None: print("Warning: Currently only tiles (not objects) are supported in object layers.") continue tile = _get_tile_by_gid(map_object, cur_object.gid) my_sprite = _create_sprite_from_tile(map_object, tile, scaling=scaling, base_directory=base_directory) my_sprite.right = cur_object.location.x * scaling = (map_object.map_size.height * map_object.tile_size[1] - cur_object.location.y) * scaling if is not None and 'change_x' in my_sprite.change_x = float(['change_x']) if is not None and 'change_y' in my_sprite.change_y = float(['change_y']) if is not None and 'boundary_bottom' in my_sprite.boundary_bottom = float(['boundary_bottom']) if is not None and 'boundary_top' in my_sprite.boundary_top = float(['boundary_top']) if is not None and 'boundary_left' in my_sprite.boundary_left = float(['boundary_left']) if is not None and 'boundary_right' in my_sprite.boundary_right = float(['boundary_right']) # sprite_list.append(my_sprite) return sprite_list def _process_tile_layer(map_object: pytiled_parser.objects.TileMap, layer: pytiled_parser.objects.TileLayer, scaling: float = 1, base_directory: str = "") -> SpriteList: sprite_list: SpriteList = SpriteList() map_array = # Loop through the layer and add in the wall list for row_index, row in enumerate(map_array): for column_index, item in enumerate(row): # Check for empty square if item == 0: continue tile = _get_tile_by_gid(map_object, item) if tile is None: print(f"Warning, couldn't find tile for item {item} in layer " f"'{}' in file '{map_object.tmx_file}'.") continue my_sprite = _create_sprite_from_tile(map_object, tile, scaling=scaling, base_directory=base_directory) my_sprite.center_x = column_index * (map_object.tile_size[0] * scaling) + my_sprite.width / 2 my_sprite.center_y = (map_object.map_size.height - row_index - 1) * (map_object.tile_size[1] * scaling) + my_sprite.height / 2 sprite_list.append(my_sprite) return sprite_list
[docs]def process_layer(map_object: pytiled_parser.objects.TileMap, layer_name: str, scaling: float = 1, base_directory: str = "") -> SpriteList: """ This takes a map layer returned by the read_tmx function, and creates Sprites for it. :param map_object: The TileMap read in by read_tmx. :param layer_name: The name of the layer that we are creating sprites for. :param scaling: Scaling the layer up or down. (Note, any number besides 1 can create a tearing effect, if numbers don't evenly divide.) :param base_directory: Base directory of the file, that we start from to load images. :returns: A SpriteList. """ if len(base_directory) > 0 and not base_directory.endswith("/"): base_directory += "/" layer = get_tilemap_layer(map_object, layer_name) if layer is None: print(f"Warning, no layer named '{layer_name}'.") return SpriteList() if isinstance(layer, pytiled_parser.objects.TileLayer): return _process_tile_layer(map_object, layer, scaling, base_directory) elif isinstance(layer, pytiled_parser.objects.ObjectLayer): return _process_object_layer(map_object, layer, scaling, base_directory) print(f"Warning, layer '{layer_name}' has unexpected type. '{type(layer)}'") return SpriteList()