# Some Sample dxE Code (3/30/2017)

Hey everyone!

I thought I'd show a quick sample of dxE (my game-independent library) code. dxE has recently been almost completely rewritten in C, as I've abandoned my object-oriented approach. The only C++ code I have yet to replace is my use of GLM, which I'll be replacing soon with the HandmadeMath library.

The new rewrite of dxE currently supports:

-Multiple Windows
-Keyboard/Mouse Input
-Output (Audio, Rendering)
-Custom shader support; can use raw OpenGL alongside dxE if needed, but drawing primitives/textures/text doesn't require any custom shaders (default shaders provided)

I'm really just implementing features as I need them for my game, but I have quite a bit more planned.

Here's that sample:
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 #include //generic keys; name after actions //this allows for dynamic key-configuration changing enum KeyType { KEY_EXIT, MAX_KEY }; int main() { dxE_initialize(); dxE_Window *window = dxE_new_window("dxE Sample", //title of window 800, //width 600, //height MAX_KEY, //number of keys to initialize DX_KEY_A //key that is assigned to the index of KEY_EXIT ); dxE_Timer *timer = dxE_new_timer(60.0); //60 FPS //while the window has not been quit while(!dxE_window_closed(window)) { if(dxE_timer_needs_reset(timer)) { //reset the timer first, so the program doesn't wait to finish //logic/rendering dxE_reset_timer(timer); dxE_update_window(window); if(dxE_key_pressed(window, KEY_EXIT)) { dxE_window_quit(window); } dxE_prepare_to_render(window); { dxE_draw_filled_rectangle(window, //target 0, //x coord 0, //y coord 800, //width 600, //height //r g b a 1, 0, 0, 1, 0 //rotation (in degrees) ); } dxE_finish_render(window); } } dxE_free_timer(timer); dxE_free_window(window); dxE_clean_up(); return 0; } 

Hope this was interesting; let me know if you want to see more or if you'd like to see some under-the-hood details.
-Delix
Zakary Strange,
If you need any help moving your project over to HandmadeMath just let me know :)
Ryan Fleury,
@strangezak

Will do! Thanks. :)