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get_compiled_sprite(3alleg4)                                      Allegro manual                                      get_compiled_sprite(3alleg4)

get_compiled_sprite - Creates a compiled sprite using a bitmap as source. Allegro game programming library. SYNOPSIS
#include <allegro.h> COMPILED_SPRITE *get_compiled_sprite(BITMAP *bitmap, int planar); DESCRIPTION
Creates a compiled sprite based on the specified bitmap (which must be a memory bitmap). Compiled sprites are device-dependent, so you have to specify whether to compile it into a linear or planar format. Pass FALSE as the second parameter if you are going to be drawing it onto memory bitmaps or mode 13h and SVGA screen bitmaps, and pass TRUE if you are going to draw it onto mode-X or Xtended mode screen bitmaps. Example: COMPILED_SPRITE *cspr; BITMAP *bmp; ... /* Create compiled sprite from an existent bitmap. */ cspr = get_compiled_sprite(bmp, 0); if (!cspr) abort_on_error("Couldn't create compiled sprite!"); /* We don't need the bitmap any more.*/ destroy_bitmap(bmp); /* Use the compiled sprite. */ ... /* Destroy it when we don't need it any more. */ destroy_compiled_sprite(cspr); Returns a pointer to the created compiled sprite, or NULL if the compiled sprite could not be created. Remember to free this compiled sprite later to avoid memory leaks. SEE ALSO
draw_compiled_sprite(3alleg4), destroy_compiled_sprite(3alleg4) Allegro version 4.4.2 get_compiled_sprite(3alleg4)

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draw_compiled_sprite(3alleg4)                                     Allegro manual                                     draw_compiled_sprite(3alleg4)

draw_compiled_sprite - Draws a compiled sprite. Allegro game programming library. SYNOPSIS
#include <allegro.h> void draw_compiled_sprite(BITMAP *bmp, const COMPILED_SPRITE *sprite, int x, int y); DESCRIPTION
Draws a compiled sprite onto a bitmap at the specified position. The sprite must have been compiled for the correct type of bitmap (linear or planar). This function does not support clipping. Hint: if not being able to clip compiled sprites is a problem, a neat trick is to set up a work surface (memory bitmap, mode-X virtual screen, or whatever) a bit bigger than you really need, and use the middle of it as your screen. That way you can draw slightly off the edge without any trouble... SEE ALSO
get_compiled_sprite(3alleg4), draw_sprite(3alleg4), draw_rle_sprite(3alleg4), bitmap_mask_color(3alleg4) Allegro version 4.4.2 draw_compiled_sprite(3alleg4)
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