2014-08-01 04:03:22 GMT
I've only started recently to use the pyglet module.
I have drawn a line on the window.
What I'd like to do are the following:
1) Be able to rotate the line 360 degrees in any direction
2) the line rotates accordingly.
I know I need to add an event (on_mouse_drag ?), but what
I'd like to know is do I need to do the mathematical calculations
to update the line (to make it rotate), or does it automatically
do it when I call some function like rotateScene(xDegrees, yDegrees, zDegrees)?
I'm still reading up on the docs though, so I could've missed
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