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cocograph 0.1.0

A tile editor for cocos2d.

Cocograph v0.2.0 tile map editor for cocos2d
requires: python 2.5+, pyglet 1.1+
included: cocos2d, and kytten (could become dependencies later)


How to use

'Open' or create a 'New' map. Tilesets required by an existing map will
be loaded with the map. Click on a tile to select it for use with the
pencil tool. Click on a tileset name tab to use that tileset.


Creating a New Map

Enter the size of tiles and the map and submit, you can then save the
map and it will be loaded into Cocograph. You can then open an existing
tileset from the tileset dialog menu or create a new one.


Creating a New Tileset

From Dir:
Select a directory containing images (.png, ,jpg, .bmp, .gif), you
can then save the tileset and it will be loaded into Cocograph. You
will probably want the images in the directory to be the same size.

From Image:
Select and image, enter the tile size and if there's any padding
around the tiles. You can then save the tileset and it will be loaded
into Cocograph.


Layers

The 'op' slider adjusts the opacity of the currently selected layer.
'+' adds a new layer. Enter a layer ID, tile size, and Z origin
(to determine the ordering of layers). '-' removes the currently
selected layer. 'Properties' allows you to add / change properties
for the currently selected layer.


Tools

TOOL LEFT CLICK ACTION RIGHT CLICK ACTION
pencil draw selected tile from tileset select clicked map tile (picker)
picker select clicked map tile select clicked map tile
eraser set clicked map tile to None set clicked map tile to None
move click and drag around the map click and drag around the map
zoom zoom in zoom out


Keyboard Shortcuts

KEY+MODIFIER ACTION
ctrl+click on tile or cell edit properties
spacebar down click and drag around the map (move)
ctrl+s save map
ctrl+= zoom in
ctrl+- zoom out
mouse scroll wheel zoom
ctrl+d debug info toggle
ctrl+q quit
ctrl+s save

Commandline Usage: run_cocograph.py <level.xml> to open a level
or simply run or double click run_cocograph.py and then open or create
a new map.


LICENSE:

Copyright (c) 2009, Devon Scott-Tunkin
All rights reserved.

Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
* Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
* Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
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* Neither the name of the <organization> nor the
names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products
derived from this software without specific prior written permission.

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Thanks to Richard Jones for his original editor and great tile library
and Conrad Wong for the wonderful "kytten" gui library  
File Type Py Version Uploaded on Size
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