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 by   bevyengine Rust Version: v0.7.0 License: Non-SPDX

 by   bevyengine Rust Version: v0.7.0 License: Non-SPDX

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bevy is a Rust library typically used in Gaming, Game Engine applications. bevy has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. However bevy has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.
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  • bevy has a medium active ecosystem.
  • It has 15512 star(s) with 1438 fork(s). There are 250 watchers for this library.
  • There were 1 major release(s) in the last 6 months.
  • There are 730 open issues and 991 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 104 days. There are 322 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of bevy is v0.7.0
bevy Support
Best in #Game Engine
Average in #Game Engine
bevy Support
Best in #Game Engine
Average in #Game Engine

quality kandi Quality

  • bevy has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
bevy Quality
Best in #Game Engine
Average in #Game Engine
bevy Quality
Best in #Game Engine
Average in #Game Engine

securitySecurity

  • bevy has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • bevy code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
bevy Security
Best in #Game Engine
Average in #Game Engine
bevy Security
Best in #Game Engine
Average in #Game Engine

license License

  • bevy has a Non-SPDX License.
  • Non-SPDX licenses can be open source with a non SPDX compliant license, or non open source licenses, and you need to review them closely before use.
bevy License
Best in #Game Engine
Average in #Game Engine
bevy License
Best in #Game Engine
Average in #Game Engine

buildReuse

  • bevy releases are available to install and integrate.
  • Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.
  • It has 27 lines of code, 0 functions and 1 files.
  • It has low code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
bevy Reuse
Best in #Game Engine
Average in #Game Engine
bevy Reuse
Best in #Game Engine
Average in #Game Engine
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bevy Key Features

Capable: Offer a complete 2D and 3D feature set

Simple: Easy for newbies to pick up, but infinitely flexible for power users

Data Focused: Data-oriented architecture using the Entity Component System paradigm

Modular: Use only what you need. Replace what you don't like

Fast: App logic should run quickly, and when possible, in parallel

Productive: Changes should compile quickly ... waiting isn't fun

Getting Started

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# Switch to the correct version (latest release, default is main development branch)
git checkout latest
# Runs the "breakout" example
cargo run --example breakout

rust - how can i make bevy window always on top?

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use bevy::prelude::*;

fn main() {
    App::new()
        .add_startup_system(setup.system())
        .add_plugins(DefaultPlugins)
        .run();
}

fn setup(mut commands: Commands, windows: NonSend<WinitWindows>) {
    commands.spawn_bundle(OrthographicCameraBundle::new_2d());
    windows
        .get_window(WindowId::primary())
        .unwrap()
        .set_always_on_top(true);

}
use bevy::{prelude::*, window::WindowId, winit::WinitWindows};

fn set_window_always_on_top(windows: NonSend<WinitWindows>) {
    windows
        .get_window(WindowId::primary())
        .unwrap()
        .set_always_on_top(true);
}
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use bevy::prelude::*;

fn main() {
    App::new()
        .add_startup_system(setup.system())
        .add_plugins(DefaultPlugins)
        .run();
}

fn setup(mut commands: Commands, windows: NonSend<WinitWindows>) {
    commands.spawn_bundle(OrthographicCameraBundle::new_2d());
    windows
        .get_window(WindowId::primary())
        .unwrap()
        .set_always_on_top(true);

}
use bevy::{prelude::*, window::WindowId, winit::WinitWindows};

fn set_window_always_on_top(windows: NonSend<WinitWindows>) {
    windows
        .get_window(WindowId::primary())
        .unwrap()
        .set_always_on_top(true);
}

How to connect bevy game to externel TCP server using tokios async TcpStream?

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pub struct Communicator {
    pub event_bridge: bridge::Bridge,
    pub event_queue: event_queue::Queue,
    _runtime: Runtime,
}
impl Communicator {
    pub fn init(ip: &str) -> Self {
        let rt = tokio::runtime::Builder::new_multi_thread()
            .enable_io()
            .build()
            .unwrap();
    
        let (bridge, queue, game_rx) = rt.block_on(async move {
            let socket = TcpStream::connect(ip).await.unwrap();
            let (read, write) = socket.into_split();
            let reader = TcpReader::new(read);
            let writer = TcpWriter::new(write);
        
            let (bridge, tcp_rx, game_rx) = bridge::Bridge::init(); 
            reader::init(bridge.clone(), reader);
            writer::init(tcp_rx, writer);
        
            let event_queue = event_queue::Queue::init();
        
            return (bridge, event_queue, game_rx);
        });
    
        // game of game_rx events to queue for game loop
        let eq_clone = queue.clone();
        rt.spawn(async move {
            loop {
                let event = game_rx.recv().unwrap(); 
                eq_clone.send(event);
            }
        });
    
        Self {
            event_bridge: bridge,
            event_queue: queue,
            _runtime: rt,
        }
    }
}
fn main() {
    let communicator = communication::Communicator::init("0.0.0.0:8000");

    communicator.event_bridge.push_tcp(TcpEvent::Register{name: String::from("luca")});

    App::new()
        .insert_resource(communicator)
        .add_system(event_pull)
        .add_plugins(DefaultPlugins)
        .run();
}

fn event_pull(
    communication: Res<communication::Communicator>
) {
    let ev = communication.event_queue.pull();
    if let Some(ev) = ev {
        println!("ev");
    }
}
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pub struct Communicator {
    pub event_bridge: bridge::Bridge,
    pub event_queue: event_queue::Queue,
    _runtime: Runtime,
}
impl Communicator {
    pub fn init(ip: &str) -> Self {
        let rt = tokio::runtime::Builder::new_multi_thread()
            .enable_io()
            .build()
            .unwrap();
    
        let (bridge, queue, game_rx) = rt.block_on(async move {
            let socket = TcpStream::connect(ip).await.unwrap();
            let (read, write) = socket.into_split();
            let reader = TcpReader::new(read);
            let writer = TcpWriter::new(write);
        
            let (bridge, tcp_rx, game_rx) = bridge::Bridge::init(); 
            reader::init(bridge.clone(), reader);
            writer::init(tcp_rx, writer);
        
            let event_queue = event_queue::Queue::init();
        
            return (bridge, event_queue, game_rx);
        });
    
        // game of game_rx events to queue for game loop
        let eq_clone = queue.clone();
        rt.spawn(async move {
            loop {
                let event = game_rx.recv().unwrap(); 
                eq_clone.send(event);
            }
        });
    
        Self {
            event_bridge: bridge,
            event_queue: queue,
            _runtime: rt,
        }
    }
}
fn main() {
    let communicator = communication::Communicator::init("0.0.0.0:8000");

    communicator.event_bridge.push_tcp(TcpEvent::Register{name: String::from("luca")});

    App::new()
        .insert_resource(communicator)
        .add_system(event_pull)
        .add_plugins(DefaultPlugins)
        .run();
}

fn event_pull(
    communication: Res<communication::Communicator>
) {
    let ev = communication.event_queue.pull();
    if let Some(ev) = ev {
        println!("ev");
    }
}

How to make async system function in the bevy game engine?

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#[derive(Component)]
pub struct GenTask {
    pub task: Task<Vec<([i64; 3], ChunkData)>>
}

pub fn prepare_gen_tasks(
    mut queue: ResMut<ChunkGenQueue>,
    chunks: Res<ChunkMap>,
    pool: Res<AsyncComputeTaskPool>,
    mut cmds: Commands,
) {
    while let Some(key) = queue.queue.pop() {
        if let Some(entity) = chunks.entity(key) {

            let task = pool.spawn(async move {
                let chunk = Chunk::new(key);
                super::generation::generate(chunk)
            });

            cmds.entity(entity).insert(GenTask{task});
        }
    }
}

pub fn apply_gen_tasks(
    mut voxels: ResMut<VoxelMap>,
    mut query: Query<(Entity, &mut GenTask)>,
    mut mesh_queue: ResMut<ChunkMeshQueue>,
    mut cmds: Commands,
) {
    query.for_each_mut(|(entity, mut gen_task)| {
        if let Some(chunks) = future::block_on(future::poll_once(&mut gen_task.task)) {
            for (key, data) in chunks.iter() {
                voxels.map.insert(*key, *data);

                mesh_queue.queue.push(*key);
            }
            cmds.entity(entity).remove::<GenTask>();
        }
        return;
    });
}

How to rotate a rectangle in Bevy?

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use bevy::prelude::*;
fn main() {
    App::new()
        .add_plugins(DefaultPlugins)
        .add_startup_system(setup)
        .add_system(rotate_system.system())
        .run();
}
#[derive(Component)]
struct RotationEntity;

fn setup(mut commands: Commands) {
    // cameras
    commands.spawn_bundle(OrthographicCameraBundle::new_2d());
    // square
    commands.spawn_bundle(SpriteBundle {
        transform: Transform {
            translation: Vec3::from((0f32, 0f32, 0f32)),
            rotation: Quat::from_rotation_z(0f32),
            scale: Vec3::new(1f32, 1f32, 1f32),
        },
        sprite: Sprite {
            color: Color::rgb(1., 1., 1.),
            custom_size: Some(Vec2::new(100f32, 100f32)),
            ..Default::default()
        },
        ..Default::default()
    }).insert(RotationEntity);
    // rectangle
    commands.spawn_bundle(SpriteBundle {
        transform: Transform {
            translation: Vec3::from((0f32, 200f32, 0f32)),
            rotation: Quat::from_rotation_z(0f32),
            scale: Vec3::new(1f32, 1f32, 1f32),
        },
        sprite: Sprite {
            color: Color::rgb(1., 0., 0.),
            custom_size: Some(Vec2::new(100f32, 10f32)),
            ..Default::default()
        },
        ..Default::default()
    }).insert(RotationEntity);
}

fn rotate_system(
    time: Res<Time>,
    mut query: Query<(
        &mut Transform,
        With<RotationEntity>
    )>,
) {
    for (mut transform, is_rotation_entity) in query.iter_mut() {
        if is_rotation_entity {
            transform.rotation = Quat::from_rotation_z(time.seconds_since_startup() as f32);
        }
    }
}

Function variable with dynamic function parameters

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pub fn to<F, Args>(mut self, handler: F) -> Self
where
    F: Handler<Args>,
    Args: FromRequest + 'static,
    F::Output: Responder + 'static,
pub trait Handler<Args>: Clone + 'static {
    type Output;
    type Future: Future<Output = Self::Output>;

    fn call(&self, args: Args) -> Self::Future;
}
/// Generates a [`Handler`] trait impl for N-ary functions where N is specified with a sequence of
/// space separated type parameters.
///
/// # Examples
/// ```ignore
/// factory_tuple! {}         // implements Handler for types: fn() -> R
/// factory_tuple! { A B C }  // implements Handler for types: fn(A, B, C) -> R
/// ```
macro_rules! factory_tuple ({ $($param:ident)* } => {
    impl<Func, Fut, $($param,)*> Handler<($($param,)*)> for Func
    where
        Func: Fn($($param),*) -> Fut + Clone + 'static,
        Fut: Future,
    {
        type Output = Fut::Output;
        type Future = Fut;

        #[inline]
        #[allow(non_snake_case)]
        fn call(&self, ($($param,)*): ($($param,)*)) -> Self::Future {
            (self)($($param,)*)
        }
    }
});

factory_tuple! {}
factory_tuple! { A }
factory_tuple! { A B }
factory_tuple! { A B C }
factory_tuple! { A B C D }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G H }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G H I }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G H I J }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G H I J K }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G H I J K L }
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pub fn to<F, Args>(mut self, handler: F) -> Self
where
    F: Handler<Args>,
    Args: FromRequest + 'static,
    F::Output: Responder + 'static,
pub trait Handler<Args>: Clone + 'static {
    type Output;
    type Future: Future<Output = Self::Output>;

    fn call(&self, args: Args) -> Self::Future;
}
/// Generates a [`Handler`] trait impl for N-ary functions where N is specified with a sequence of
/// space separated type parameters.
///
/// # Examples
/// ```ignore
/// factory_tuple! {}         // implements Handler for types: fn() -> R
/// factory_tuple! { A B C }  // implements Handler for types: fn(A, B, C) -> R
/// ```
macro_rules! factory_tuple ({ $($param:ident)* } => {
    impl<Func, Fut, $($param,)*> Handler<($($param,)*)> for Func
    where
        Func: Fn($($param),*) -> Fut + Clone + 'static,
        Fut: Future,
    {
        type Output = Fut::Output;
        type Future = Fut;

        #[inline]
        #[allow(non_snake_case)]
        fn call(&self, ($($param,)*): ($($param,)*)) -> Self::Future {
            (self)($($param,)*)
        }
    }
});

factory_tuple! {}
factory_tuple! { A }
factory_tuple! { A B }
factory_tuple! { A B C }
factory_tuple! { A B C D }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G H }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G H I }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G H I J }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G H I J K }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G H I J K L }
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pub fn to<F, Args>(mut self, handler: F) -> Self
where
    F: Handler<Args>,
    Args: FromRequest + 'static,
    F::Output: Responder + 'static,
pub trait Handler<Args>: Clone + 'static {
    type Output;
    type Future: Future<Output = Self::Output>;

    fn call(&self, args: Args) -> Self::Future;
}
/// Generates a [`Handler`] trait impl for N-ary functions where N is specified with a sequence of
/// space separated type parameters.
///
/// # Examples
/// ```ignore
/// factory_tuple! {}         // implements Handler for types: fn() -> R
/// factory_tuple! { A B C }  // implements Handler for types: fn(A, B, C) -> R
/// ```
macro_rules! factory_tuple ({ $($param:ident)* } => {
    impl<Func, Fut, $($param,)*> Handler<($($param,)*)> for Func
    where
        Func: Fn($($param),*) -> Fut + Clone + 'static,
        Fut: Future,
    {
        type Output = Fut::Output;
        type Future = Fut;

        #[inline]
        #[allow(non_snake_case)]
        fn call(&self, ($($param,)*): ($($param,)*)) -> Self::Future {
            (self)($($param,)*)
        }
    }
});

factory_tuple! {}
factory_tuple! { A }
factory_tuple! { A B }
factory_tuple! { A B C }
factory_tuple! { A B C D }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G H }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G H I }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G H I J }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G H I J K }
factory_tuple! { A B C D E F G H I J K L }

Is the default font in Bevy unusable?

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TextStyle {
     font_size: 60.0,
     color: Color::WHITE,
     font: Default::default()
},

Dot Zero call to timer in Rust/Bevy?

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let foo: (u32, u32) = (0, 1);
println!("{}", foo.0);
println!("{}", foo.1);
struct Foo(u32);

let foo = Foo(1);
println!("{}", foo.0);
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let foo: (u32, u32) = (0, 1);
println!("{}", foo.0);
println!("{}", foo.1);
struct Foo(u32);

let foo = Foo(1);
println!("{}", foo.0);

Can I activate a dependency's feature only for debug profile?

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[dependencies]
bevy = { version = "0.5.0" }

[features]
default = ["fast-compile"]
fast-compile = ["bevy/dynamic"]

Vertical Nav bar separates from header when I scroll

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 nav {
border-right: 10px solid #626262;
height: 100vh;
position: sticky;
width: 6.5rem;
}
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body {
  padding: 0;
  margin: 0;
  height: 100vh;
  display: grid;
  grid-template-columns: 1fr 20fr;
}

body > * {
  padding: 1em;
  border: 0.5em solid black;
  background: gray;
}

header {
  grid-column: span 2;
}

main {
  overflow-y: scroll;
}
<header>
  <h1>Blazing Bevy</h1>
</header>
<nav>
  <ul>
    <li>
      <a href="/">Play</a>
    </li>
    <li>
      <a href="/About">About</a>
    </li>
  </ul>
</nav>
<main>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
</main>
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body {
  padding: 0;
  margin: 0;
  height: 100vh;
  display: grid;
  grid-template-columns: 1fr 20fr;
}

body > * {
  padding: 1em;
  border: 0.5em solid black;
  background: gray;
}

header {
  grid-column: span 2;
}

main {
  overflow-y: scroll;
}
<header>
  <h1>Blazing Bevy</h1>
</header>
<nav>
  <ul>
    <li>
      <a href="/">Play</a>
    </li>
    <li>
      <a href="/About">About</a>
    </li>
  </ul>
</nav>
<main>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
  <p>abc</p>
</main>

Get all components of entity

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use bevy::prelude::*;
use bevy::ecs::component::{ComponentId, ComponentInfo};


fn main()
{
    App::build()
        .add_plugin(WorldPlugin::default())
        .run()
}

// some components for test
struct TestComponent;
struct TestComponent2;


#[derive(Default)]
struct WorldPlugin {}

impl Plugin for WorldPlugin
{
    fn build(&self, app: &mut AppBuilder)
    {
        // creating an entity with both test components
        let entity = app.world_mut()
            .spawn()
            .insert(TestComponent)
            .insert(TestComponent2)
            .id();
        // to interact with components and entities you need access to the world
        let world = app.world();
        // components are stored covertly as component id
        for component_id in get_components_ids(world, &entity).unwrap()
        {
            let component_info = component_id_to_component_info(world, component_id).unwrap();
            println!("{}", extract_component_name(component_info));
        }

    }
}


/// gets an iterator component id from the world corresponding to your entity
fn get_components_ids<'a>(world: &'a World, entity: &Entity) -> Option<impl Iterator<Item=ComponentId> + 'a>
{
    // components and entities are linked through archetypes
    for archetype in world.archetypes().iter()
    {
        if archetype.entities().contains(entity) { return Some(archetype.components()) }
    }
    None
}

fn component_id_to_component_info(world: &World, component_id: ComponentId) -> Option<&ComponentInfo>
{
    let components = world.components();
    components.get_info(component_id)
}

fn extract_component_name(component_info: &ComponentInfo) -> &str
{
    component_info.name()
}

#[derive(Debug)]
pub struct ComponentInfo {
    name: String,
    id: ComponentId,
    type_id: Option<TypeId>,
    // SAFETY: This must remain private. It must only be set to "true" if this component is
    // actually Send + Sync
    is_send_and_sync: bool,
    layout: Layout,
    drop: unsafe fn(*mut u8),
    storage_type: StorageType,
}
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use bevy::prelude::*;
use bevy::ecs::component::{ComponentId, ComponentInfo};


fn main()
{
    App::build()
        .add_plugin(WorldPlugin::default())
        .run()
}

// some components for test
struct TestComponent;
struct TestComponent2;


#[derive(Default)]
struct WorldPlugin {}

impl Plugin for WorldPlugin
{
    fn build(&self, app: &mut AppBuilder)
    {
        // creating an entity with both test components
        let entity = app.world_mut()
            .spawn()
            .insert(TestComponent)
            .insert(TestComponent2)
            .id();
        // to interact with components and entities you need access to the world
        let world = app.world();
        // components are stored covertly as component id
        for component_id in get_components_ids(world, &entity).unwrap()
        {
            let component_info = component_id_to_component_info(world, component_id).unwrap();
            println!("{}", extract_component_name(component_info));
        }

    }
}


/// gets an iterator component id from the world corresponding to your entity
fn get_components_ids<'a>(world: &'a World, entity: &Entity) -> Option<impl Iterator<Item=ComponentId> + 'a>
{
    // components and entities are linked through archetypes
    for archetype in world.archetypes().iter()
    {
        if archetype.entities().contains(entity) { return Some(archetype.components()) }
    }
    None
}

fn component_id_to_component_info(world: &World, component_id: ComponentId) -> Option<&ComponentInfo>
{
    let components = world.components();
    components.get_info(component_id)
}

fn extract_component_name(component_info: &ComponentInfo) -> &str
{
    component_info.name()
}

#[derive(Debug)]
pub struct ComponentInfo {
    name: String,
    id: ComponentId,
    type_id: Option<TypeId>,
    // SAFETY: This must remain private. It must only be set to "true" if this component is
    // actually Send + Sync
    is_send_and_sync: bool,
    layout: Layout,
    drop: unsafe fn(*mut u8),
    storage_type: StorageType,
}

Community Discussions

Trending Discussions on bevy
  • rust - how can i make bevy window always on top?
  • How to connect bevy game to externel TCP server using tokios async TcpStream?
  • How to make async system function in the bevy game engine?
  • How to rotate a rectangle in Bevy?
  • Function variable with dynamic function parameters
  • Is the default font in Bevy unusable?
  • Compiling bevy_dylib v0.5.0 error: linking with `cc` failed: exit status: 1
  • Dot Zero call to timer in Rust/Bevy?
  • Can I activate a dependency's feature only for debug profile?
  • Vertical Nav bar separates from header when I scroll
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QUESTION

rust - how can i make bevy window always on top?

Asked 2022-Mar-30 at 17:34

how can I make bevy engine window always on top?

use bevy::prelude::*;

fn main() {
    App::new()
        .add_startup_system(setup.system())
        .add_plugins(DefaultPlugins)
        .run();
}

fn setup(mut commands: Commands) {
    commands.spawn_bundle(OrthographicCameraBundle::new_2d());
}

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Mar-30 at 17:34

the solution

use bevy::prelude::*;

fn main() {
    App::new()
        .add_startup_system(setup.system())
        .add_plugins(DefaultPlugins)
        .run();
}

fn setup(mut commands: Commands, windows: NonSend<WinitWindows>) {
    commands.spawn_bundle(OrthographicCameraBundle::new_2d());
    windows
        .get_window(WindowId::primary())
        .unwrap()
        .set_always_on_top(true);

}

or

use bevy::{prelude::*, window::WindowId, winit::WinitWindows};

fn set_window_always_on_top(windows: NonSend<WinitWindows>) {
    windows
        .get_window(WindowId::primary())
        .unwrap()
        .set_always_on_top(true);
}

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71632450

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