|I can now easily mark surfaces that should be un-navigable.|
tl;dr: I created a new system for annotating surfaces by drawing marks on tile-map tiles.
What happened last week?
- Created a new system for annotating surfaces.
- Tile-marking system:
- A system for marking tiles in the level editor, and for then making corresponding updates to the underlying surfaces and the resulting platform graph.
- Tile marks are painted over the level using Godot’s standard TileMap drawing tools.
- Any underlying surface that intersects with a tile-mark cell will be matched.
- Each tile annotation is specific to a given list of characters.
- Each tile annotation can be set to either exclude or exclusively-include the marked surfaces.
- Add support for excluding surfaces from the platform-graph surface-set for a given character.
- Configured using the new tile-marking system.
- Add new intersection checks:
- Start creating a system for assigning distinct surface properties.
- Finish debugging recent surface-parser changes.
- Fix a subtle bug from a dictionary key value being assigned as a float but accessed as an int.
- Fix a bug where the legacy function calculate_time_for_passing_through_waypoint did not treat the new mid-surface-protrusion waypoints correctly.
- Fix a bug where collision-checks could produce false-positives for pre-existing collisions.
- Track frame-iteration count in check_frame_for_collision.
- Resolve a couple old FIXMEs in SurfaceParser.
- Refactor cell_size configuration to be level-specific and stored in the level-config file, rather than global and stored in the gui-config file.
- Add support for also configuring level IDs on the level scene nodes (in addition to in the level-config file).
- This allows logic to query level-config state when running in-editor.
- Update edge calculators to ignore surfaces if they aren’t present in the corresponding platform graph.
- Finish creating a system for assigning distinct surface properties.
- Add support for collinear neighbor surfaces.
- This involves changing my surface-parsing logic to sometimes not merge adjacent collinear surfaces if they have different properties.
- For example, an icy block could have different friction than a neighboring dirt block, and I would need to store separate floor surfaces for each of these blocks.
- Add support for referring to categories of characters, rather than individual characters, throughout my frameworks.
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