The files in this directory are the test scripts used
to both verify that nothing major is broken each release
and to demonstrate how the SDLperl API can be used.
Many of these scripts have been submitted by people who
use SDLperl, and further submissions are more than welcome.
Still, while these examples demonstrate how to use the
API, they should not be taken as the best way to use it.
There is more than one way to do it. Given the variety
of styles presented in these scripts, there is probably
something for everyone.
checkkeys.pl prints keys pressed to stdout
graywin.pl creates colored rectangles where you click
loopwave.pl plays a wav file using audio callback in perl!
testconsole.pl creates a simple console interface
testfonttool.pl displays a series of bitmapped and true type fonts
testgfxprim.pl demonstrates some basic drawing primitives
testgfxroto.pl rotates and caches an image (wait a few seconds)
testjoystick.pl tests joystick movements
testshell.pl experimental perl shell support
testsprite.pl displays a wave of smilie faces
testtimer.pl displays multiple, contemporary, timer callbacks in perl