* Add initial Ellipse Tool to the Editor Mode. Currently there's
something wrong with the algorithm and the ellipses have a sort of
'lemon shape' to them.
* Refactor the IterLine/IterLine2 functions to be more consistent.
IterLine used to be the raw algorithm that took a bunch of coordinate
numbers and IterLine2 took two render.Point's and was the main one
used throughout the app. Now, IterLine takes the two Points and the
raw algorithm function removed.
* Implement Brush Sizes for drawtool.Stroke and add a UI to the tools panel
to control the brush size.
* Brush sizes: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 24, 32, 48, 64
* Add the Eraser Tool to editor mode. It uses a default brush size of 16
and a max size of 32 due to some performance issues.
* The Undo/Redo system now remembers the original color of pixels when
you change them, so that Undo will set them back how they were instead
of deleting the pixel entirely. Due to performance issues, this only
happens when your Brush Size is 0 (drawing single-pixel shapes).
* UI: Add an IntVariable option to ui.Label to bind showing the value of
an int reference.
Aforementioned performance issues:
* When we try to remember whole rects of pixels for drawing thick
shapes, it requires a ton of scanning for each step of the shape. Even
de-duplicating pixel checks, tons of extra reads are constantly
* The Eraser is the only tool that absolutely needs to be able to
remember wiped pixels AND have large brush sizes. The performance
sucks and lags a bit if you erase a lot all at once, but it's a
trade-off for now.
* So pixels aren't remembered when drawing lines in your level with
thick brushes, so the Undo action will simply delete your pixels and not
reset them. Only the Eraser can bring back pixels.
* The game's tick counter was moved from Doodle.ticks to shmem.Tick
where it is more easily available from every corner of the code.
* Fix a bug in the Level Editor where dragging an already-existing actor
from one part of your map to another, would cause it to lose all its
data (especially its UUID), breaking links to other doodads. Now the
existing Actor catches a ride on the drag object to be reinserted
* Animate the Link Line visualizers between actors. They now animate a
blinking color between magenta and grey-ish.
* Add support for the LineTool and RectTool while in the EditorMode to
easily draw straight lines and rectangle outlines.
* Key bindings were added to toggle tools in lieu of a proper UI to
select the tool from a toolbar.
* "F" for Pencil (Freehand) Tool (since "P" is for "Playtest")
* "L" for Line Tool
* "R" for Rectangle Tool
Since SDL2 is using in-memory bitmaps the same as Canvas engine, the
function names of the render.Engine interface have been cleaned up:
* NewTexture(filename, image) -> StoreTexture(name, image)
Create a new cached texture with a given name.
* NewBitmap(filename) -> LoadTexture(name)
Recall a stored texture with a given name.
* level.Chunk.ToBitmap uses simpler names for the textures instead of
userdir.CacheFilename file-like paths.
* Refactor texture caching in render.Engine:
* New interface method: NewTexture(filename string, image.Image)
`Image()` object to load it with a data URI and keep it in memory.
* SDL2 saves the bitmap to disk as it did before.
* WASM: deprecate the sessionStorage for holding image data. Session
storage methods panic if called. The image data is directly kept in
Go memory as a js.Value holding an Image().
* Shared Memory workaround: the level.Chunk.ToBitmap() function is where
chunk textures get cached, but it had no access to the render.Engine
used in the game. The `pkg/shmem` package holds global pointers to
common structures like the CurrentRenderEngine as a work-around.
* Also shmem.Flash() so Doodle can make its d.Flash() function
globally available, any sub-package can now flash text to the screen
regardless of source code location.
* WASM: Handle window resize so Doodle can recompute its dimensions
instead of scaling/shrinking the view.
* Debug mode: no longer enables the DebugOverlay (F3) by default, but
does now insert the current FPS counter into the window title bar.
* ui.Frame: set a default "mostly transparent" BG color so the frame
background doesn't render as white.
* Add the MenuScene which will house the game's main menus.
* The "New Level" menu is first to be added.
* UI lets you pick Page Type and Wallpaper using radio buttons.
* Page Type: Unbounded, Bounded (default), No Negative Space, Bordered
* Fix bugs in uix.Canvas to fully support all these page types.
* Move the call to CollidesWithGrid() inside the Canvas instead of
outside in the PlayScene.movePlayer() so it can apply to all Actors
* PlayScene.movePlayer() in turn just sets the player's Velocity so the
Canvas.Loop() can move the actor itself.
* When keeping the player inside the level boundaries: previously it was
assuming the player Position was relative to the window, and was
checking the WorldIndexAt and getting wrong results.
* Canvas scrolling (loopFollowActor): check that the actor is getting
close to the screen edge using the Viewport into the world, NOT the
screen-relative coordinates of the Canvas bounding boxes.