[Tutor] Beginner Game: Rock, Paper, Scissors

Johnny Jelinek johnnyjiv at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 01:44:45 CEST 2007

how would I go about rendering an .svg to another file before showing it on
screen?  Could you point me to some resources or examples?  Thanks!

On 6/26/07, Luke Paireepinart <rabidpoobear at gmail.com> wrote:
> Johnny Jelinek wrote:
> > sure, I wouldn't mind looking at your code :D!  Also, the graphical
> > one you sent me was using gif's, do you know how to render svg's on
> > screen?  The advantage to vector rather than raster is that you can
> > resize it as big as you could ever desire and it will never lose
> > quality.  That means I could make a resolution independent game :D!
> > Does anyone have any ideas on how to go about doing that?
> Render it to a file, display the file in Pygame.
> IF you're using Pygame already, you'll know the resolution of the screen
> that the user is using, so you'll be able to render them in the highest
> quality possible for that specific resolution.
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