[cairo] Cairo and Panda3d

Gerdus van Zyl gerdusvanzyl at gmail.com
Wed Dec 9 23:31:40 PST 2009

I would recommend clutter then. It's got built in cairo support, up2date
python bindings and an impressive feature list.

pyclutter: http://www.clutter-project.org/blog/?p=82
the source download of pyclutter has some good examples

On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 8:18 AM, Donn <donn.ingle at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am evaluating Panda3D with the general aim of doing animation.
> Does anyone here know (with some Python code) how/if I can
> produce textures by way of pyCairo -- so that I can produce textures
> in memory and not have to load from files?
> My general plan is to produce a "frame" of drawing in a cairo context
> and then slurp that across (as quickly as I can) into a texture on a
> plane. A bit like playing a video, except that each frame is rendered
> before being drawn.
> I am scouring the web at the moment and am in that fragile 'choose
> your toolkit poison' position where I could jump to Clutter/Pigment or
> Panda given the basic needs I have.
> Hope that made sense!
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