Changelog

v1.2.1

Changes

  • Don’t delete the source in move_world, just clear it.

v1.2.0

Changes

  • Added a move_world function that replaces the data in a target world with the data from a source world.

v1.1.1

Fixes

  • Same thing as v1.1.0, but for real this time

v1.1.0

Changes/Fixes

  • serialize_world and deserialize_world now use strings as the dictionary keys, to permit using JSON as an interchange format.

v1.0.0

Fixes

  • Fixed a critical bug that caused process_pending_deletions to never actually remove the entities from the deletion queue, thus making every subsequent call fail.

  • Fixed a critical bug in register_component that prevented actually implementing Component.serialize and Component.deserialize, because it never detected a class as overriding deserialize.

  • Fixed another critical bug in register_component that prevented Component names being registered, and so made it impossible to deserialize a World.

Changes

  • World.__init__() now accepts an optional name argument.

    Named worlds can be looked up by name when an explicit reference to them is not available, using the new class method World.get_by_name(name).

    The name is used in __repr__.

  • The world argument to process_pending_deletions, serialize_world, and deserialize_world is now optional with a default of the default_world.

    This is to bring those functions in-line with all the other ones, and allow full “World()-less” usage of snecs.

Backwards-incompatible Changes

  • Renamed snecs.types to snecs.typedefs to avoid name clashes with the standard library module types.

  • Moved EntityID to snecs.types.

    This prevents the obscure scenario where PyCharm suggests to a user to import the name from where all the snecs code imports it from (which was, previously, _detail) and then screeches about accessing private submodules.

  • Renamed query to Query.

    query was far too handy of a name for a variable for snecs to force its users to use something else.

0.2.0 (2020-03-20)

Changes

  • Fixed the accidental use of set().intersection(*sets) rather than set.intersection(*sets) that prevented multi-component queries from ever returning any results.