|a destination describes a location to which players can be safely moved More...|
|This is the base object used to describe an AESOP map. More...|
|Any 3D map defines an arbitrary 3D region of space. More...|
|A leaf zone is a special kind of Zone. More...|
To load a map, you must first register a MapFormatReader with the MapLoader.
|typedef void(*||aesop::zone_iteration_fn )(IN Zone *zone, IN void *context)|
|used by the Map::iterateZones() function |
|typedef void(*||aesop::leafzone_iteration_fn )(IN LeafZone *lz, IN void *context)|
The AESOP framework provides default implementations of these, but developers are free to create their own.
See the comments for the Map class. Map and Zone objects are used for static data only. They define the 3D space and its partitioning. They provide the immobile objects in the world. Dynamics within a map are handled by a different software layer (Map Dynamics Library).
|typedef void(* aesop::zone_iteration_fn)(IN Zone *zone, IN void *context)|