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#1 albertino   Members   -  Reputation: 100

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Posted 16 April 2012 - 05:05 PM

Hi, if anyone can find a solution to my problem will be great.
i am using codeblocks 10.05 SDL_image-1.2.12 SDL_ttf-2.0.11 SDL-1.2.14-win32
i am writing a program from scratch and i am a beginner if you want. two main problem affictl my program no compiling error or so ever but perhaphs limitation of code language probably?

1-my program as a login screen that i manage to make it work fantastic for me, but once i arrive the login succesfull i want to have the rid of everything except the screen in order to proceed with the loading of the real game, but this is no possible if i insert a sdl_freesurface or a clean up function the program seem to crash. (segmentation relative to the flipping of the screen for the real game i use different images so it is not a problem of sharing the same image...)

2-i started my game creating a map yes this will be a 2d tile game based, now what i would like to do it is grabbing the map with mouseevent button down and realise it when i relise the left button; and using mousemovement to calculate the offset while the left button it is pressed. probably sdl do not let you to use the two event togheter?

2b if i use only mouse move the map actualy moves but still the screen doesn't update and you can see the drag.

thanks if somebody reply

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Posted 23 April 2012 - 04:07 AM

Hi everyone i got this program from one of my friend on internet and it is working for moving as bitmap around (still to adapth to my program) but still seems i can't have the rid of the screen of login if anyone can help please i have the following message

#0 0040350E wrconw::wrconv(this=0x28fe03, screen=0x5f3768, backgroundtwo=0x0, event={type = 5 '\005', active = {type = 5 '\005', gain = 0 '\0', state = 1 '\001'}, key = {type = 5 '\005', which = 0 '\0', state = 1 '\001', keysym = {scancode = 5 '\005', sym = SDLK_UNKNOWN, mod = KMOD_NONE, unicode = 0}}, motion = {type = 5 '\005', which = 0 '\0', state = 1 '\001', x = 261, y = 387, xrel = 0, yrel = 0}, button = {type = 5 '\005', which = 0 '\0', button = 1 '\001', state = 1 '\001', x = 261, y = 387}, jaxis = {type = 5 '\ (C:\wrconv 0.01\wrconv0.01.cpp:88)
#1 00404968 SDL_main(argc=1, args=0x5f2b30) (C:\wrconv 0.01\login.cpp:399)
#2 0040565B console_main(argc=1, argv=0x5f2b30) (./src/main/win32/SDL_win32_main.c:315)
#3 00405718 WinMain(hInst=0x400000, hPrev=0x0, szCmdLine=0x813668 "", sw=10) (./src/main/win32/SDL_win32_main.c:398)
#4 00000000 0x00404fe6 in main() (??:??)

now i post you the code working for moving a bitmmap around with the mouse

#include <SDL.h>
const int SCREEN_WIDTH  = 320; /* Set the screen width variable */
const int SCREEN_HEIGHT = 240; /* Set the screen height variable */
const int SCREEN_DEPTH  =  32; /* Set the screen depth variable */

int main(int argc, char *argv[])

{

SDL_Surface *screen;
SDL_Surface *bitmap;

SDL_Rect offset;
  /* Part of bitmap to view */
SDL_Rect bitmap_offset;
SDL_Event event;

bool running = true;
bool mousedown = false;
/* Initialize SDL */
SDL_Init(SDL_INIT_VIDEO);
//SDL_Init(SDL_INIT_EVERYTHING);

/* Initialise the screen, by passing the screen width, height, depth, and surface type */
screen = SDL_SetVideoMode(SCREEN_WIDTH, SCREEN_HEIGHT, SCREEN_DEPTH, SDL_SWSURFACE);

  /* set up the screen offset variables, where we will draw the bitmap to */
  offset.x = 0;
  offset.y = 0;
offset.h = SCREEN_HEIGHT;
offset.w = SCREEN_WIDTH;
/* Part of bitmap to view */
bitmap_offset = offset;  /* C++ code */
bitmap = SDL_LoadBMP ("C:/wrconv 0.01/bin/Debug/images/backgroundtwo.bmp");

/* calculate the maximum x and y origin of bitmap to show on screen */
int max_x_origin = bitmap->w - SCREEN_WIDTH;
int max_y_origin = bitmap->h - SCREEN_HEIGHT;
/* Check if bitmap is smaller than window */
if(max_x_origin < 0)
max_x_origin = 0;
if(max_y_origin < 0)
max_y_origin = 0;

/* apply the bitmap to the screen */
SDL_BlitSurface (bitmap, NULL, screen, &offset);

/* update the screen  */
SDL_Flip(screen);
  while(running)
  {
	  while( SDL_PollEvent( &event ) )
{
//switch(event.type)
//{
if(event.type = SDL_MOUSEBUTTONDOWN)
{
if (event.button.button == SDL_BUTTON_LEFT)
mousedown = true;
}
break;
if(event.type = SDL_MOUSEBUTTONUP)
{
if (event.button.button == SDL_BUTTON_LEFT)
mousedown = false;
}
break;
if(event.type = SDL_MOUSEMOTION)
{
if (mousedown) {
/* Change which part of bitmap to show */
bitmap_offset.x -= event.motion.xrel;
bitmap_offset.y -= event.motion.yrel;

/* Check rectangle values are valid */
if(bitmap_offset.x < 0)
bitmap_offset.x = 0;

if(bitmap_offset.y < 0)
bitmap_offset.y = 0;
if(bitmap_offset.x > max_x_origin)

bitmap_offset.x = max_x_origin;

if(bitmap_offset.y > max_y_origin)
bitmap_offset.y = max_y_origin;

/* update surface and show */

SDL_BlitSurface (bitmap, &bitmap_offset, screen, &offset);

SDL_Flip(screen);

}
}
break;
if( event.type == SDL_QUIT )
{
//Quit the program
running = false;
}
break;
//}
}
/* Don't hog the computer */
//SDL_Delay(100);
}
SDL_FreeSurface( bitmap );
SDL_Quit();

  return 0;
}





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