pyglet provides an object-oriented programming interface for developing games and other visually-rich applications for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
pyglet requires one of the following operating systems:
Windows XP (32-bit only)
Mac OS X 10.3 or later
Linux, with the following libraries (most recent distributions will have these in a default installation):
- OpenGL and GLX
- GDK 2.0 or later (required for loading images)
- OpenAL or ALSA (required for playing audio)
pyglet requires either:
- Python 2.4 with ctypes installed
- Python 2.5
This is a beta release, not suitable for production work. The API is subject to change. Documentation is incomplete, and refers in places to deprecated methods.
Please report all bugs to the issue tracker listed below.
If you're reading this README from a source distribution, install pyglet with:
python setup.py install
There are no compilation steps during the installation; if you prefer, you can simply add this directory to your PYTHONPATH and use pyglet without installing it.
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