panda3d.egg.EggTextureCollection

from panda3d.egg import EggTextureCollection
class EggTextureCollection

This is a collection of textures by TRef name. It can extract the textures from an egg file and sort them all together; it can also manage the creation of unique textures and the assignment of unique TRef names.

Inheritance diagram

Inheritance diagram of EggTextureCollection

__init__() → None
__init__(copy: EggTextureCollection) → None
assign(copy: EggTextureCollection) → EggTextureCollection
Return type

EggTextureCollection

clear() → None

Removes all textures from the collection.

extractTextures(node: EggGroupNode) → int

Walks the egg hierarchy beginning at the indicated node, and removes any EggTextures encountered in the hierarchy, adding them to the collection. Returns the number of EggTextures encountered.

isEmpty() → bool

Returns true if there are no EggTexures in the collection, false otherwise.

getNumTextures() → int

Returns the number of EggTextures in the collection.

getTexture(index: int) → EggTexture

Returns the nth EggTexture in the collection.

Return type

EggTexture

findUsedTextures(node: EggNode) → int

Walks the egg hierarchy beginning at the indicated node, looking for textures that are referenced by primitives but are not already members of the collection, adding them to the collection.

If this is called following extractTextures(), it can be used to pick up any additional texture references that appeared in the egg hierarchy (but whose EggTexture node was not actually part of the hierarchy).

If this is called in lieu of extractTextures(), it will fill up the collection with all of the referenced textures (and only the referenced textures), without destructively removing the EggTextures from the hierarchy.

This also has the side effect of incrementing the internal usage count for a texture in the collection each time a texture reference is encountered. This side effect is taken advantage of by removeUnusedTextures().

And one more side effect: this function identifies the presence of multitexturing in the egg file, and calls multitexture_over() on each texture appropriately so that, after this call, you may expect get_multitexture_sort() to return a reasonable value for each texture.

removeUnusedTextures(node: EggNode) → None

Removes any textures from the collection that aren’t referenced by any primitives in the indicated egg hierarchy. This also, incidentally, adds textures to the collection that had been referenced by primitives but had not previously appeared in the collection.

collapseEquivalentTextures(eq: int, node: EggGroupNode) → int

Walks through the collection and collapses together any separate textures that are equivalent according to the indicated equivalence factor, eq (see EggTexture.isEquivalentTo()). The return value is the number of textures removed.

This flavor of collapseEquivalentTextures() automatically adjusts all the primitives in the egg hierarchy to refer to the new texture pointers.

collapseEquivalentTextures(eq: int, removed: TextureReplacement) → int

Walks through the collection and collapses together any separate textures that are equivalent according to the indicated equivalence factor, eq (see EggTexture.isEquivalentTo()). The return value is the number of textures removed.

This flavor of collapseEquivalentTextures() does not adjust any primitives in the egg hierarchy; instead, it fills up the ‘removed’ map with an entry for each removed texture, mapping it back to the equivalent retained texture. It’s up to the user to then call replaceTextures() with this map, if desired, to apply these changes to the egg hierarchy.

static replaceTextures(node: EggGroupNode, replace: TextureReplacement) → None

Walks the egg hierarchy, changing out any reference to a texture appearing on the left side of the map with its corresponding texture on the right side. This is most often done following a call to collapseEquivalentTextures(). It does not directly affect the Collection.

uniquifyTrefs() → None

Guarantees that each texture in the collection has a unique TRef name. This is essential before writing an egg file.

sortByTref() → None

Sorts all the textures into alphabetical order by TRef name. Subsequent operations using begin()/end() will traverse in this sorted order.

sortByBasename() → None

Sorts all the textures into alphabetical order by the basename part (including extension) of the filename. Subsequent operations using begin()/end() will traverse in this sorted order.

size() → size_type

Returns the number of EggTextures in the collection.

Return type

size_type

addTexture(texture: EggTexture) → bool

Explicitly adds a new texture to the collection. Returns true if the texture was added, false if it was already there or if there was some error.

removeTexture(texture: EggTexture) → bool

Explicitly removes a texture from the collection. Returns true if the texture was removed, false if it wasn’t there or if there was some error.

createUniqueTexture(copy: EggTexture, eq: int) → EggTexture

createUniqueTexture() creates a new texture if there is not already one equivalent (according to eq, see EggTexture.isEquivalentTo()) to the indicated texture, or returns the existing one if there is.

Return type

EggTexture

findTref(tref_name: str) → EggTexture

Returns the texture with the indicated TRef name, or NULL if no texture matches.

Return type

EggTexture

findFilename(filename: Filename) → EggTexture

Returns the texture with the indicated filename, or NULL if no texture matches.

Return type

EggTexture

getTextures() → list