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Unigine::Console Class

Header: #include <UnigineConsole.h>

Controls console-related parameters.

Onscreen Console Overlay#

By default the console overlay is disabled. To make it output console messages to the application screen it should be enabled. You can adjust the overlay’s behavior and appearance as well as specify the messages that will be printed exclusively to the onscreen overlay and will not be written to the console.

Onscreen Overlay with custom parameters and colored text

You can customize the console font by using the setFontSize(), setMessageColor(), setWarningColor(), and setErrorColor() methods. See the following example:

AppWorldLogic.cpp (C++)
#include "AppWorldLogic.h"
#include "UnigineConsole.h"

int AppWorldLogic::init()
{

	// enable the onscreen overlay
	Unigine::Console::setOnscreen(true);
	// increase the size of the console's font 
	Unigine::Console::setFontSize(20);

	// change the color for different types of messages
	Unigine::Console::setMessageColor(Unigine::Math::vec4_green);
	Unigine::Console::setWarningColor(Unigine::Math::vec4_red);
	Unigine::Console::setErrorColor(Unigine::Math::vec4_blue);

	// send messages to the console
	Unigine::Log::message("Message!\n");
	Unigine::Log::warning("Warning!\n");
	Unigine::Log::error("Error!\n");

	return 1;
}

Adding Console Command with Several Arguments#

The Console class can be used to create custom user console commands with a different number of arguments. This section provides an example of how to create a custom console command with several arguments.

Prior Knowledge
It is supposed that you have already created an empty C++ project by using UNIGINE SDK Browser.

In the example below, we perform the following actions:

  • Define and implement AppWorldLogic instance methods for console commands.
  • Get the console instance (which has a singleton implementation) and add a new command.
1. Adding Instance Methods

In this example, we define three methods in the AppWorldLogic.h header file — one as a callback for a console command and another two methods for actions depending on the number of arguments:

Source code (C++)
/* ... */

class AppWorldLogic : public Unigine::WorldLogic
{

public:
	AppWorldLogic();

	/* ... */

private:
	// choose the method
	void choose_command(int argc, char** argv);
	// perform an action if there are no arguments
	void action_no_args();
	// perform another action if an argument was passed
	void action_one_arg(const char* s);

};

  • choose_command() selects the appropriate method.
  • action_no_args() is called if there are no console arguments.
  • action_one_arg() is called if an argument was passed.

In the AppWorldLogic.cpp file implement recently defined methods:

Source code (C++)
// check the number of arguments and call the corresponding method
void AppWorldLogic::choose_command(int argc, char** argv) {
	for (int i = 0; i < argc; i++) {
		Unigine::Log::message("arg[%d]: %s\n", i, argv[i]);
	}
	// note: the first element of argv is the name of console command
	if (argc == 1) {
		action_no_args();
	}
	else if (argc == 2) {
		action_one_arg(argv[1]);
	}
	// for more arguments:
	//else if (...) {
	//	// etc
	//}
}
// write the message into console, if there are no arguments
void AppWorldLogic::action_no_args() {
	Unigine::Log::message("first action! no arguments!\n");
}
// write the message into console, if an argument was passed
void AppWorldLogic::action_one_arg(const char* s) {
	Unigine::Log::message("second action! the argument is:%s \n", s);
}

Arguments argc and argv are used to get the arguments count and arguments vector.

Notice
The first element of argv always keeps the name of a console command. Thus, argc is always >= 1. To get the first passed argument, you should use argv[1].
2. Adding Custom Console Command

Add custom command to the AppWorldLogic.cpp file by using addCommand() function. By adding this code into AppWorldLogic::init() function, the engine adds a new console command on AppWorldLogic class instance initialization.

Source code (C++)
#include "AppWorldLogic.h"
#include "UnigineConsole.h"

#include "UnigineCallback.h"

/* ... */
using namespace Unigine;

int AppWorldLogic::init()
{

	// get the existing singleton Console instance and add a command
	Unigine::Console::addCommand(
		"console_action",
		"Performs custom console action",
		Unigine::MakeCallback(this, &AppWorldLogic::choose_command)
	);

	return 1;
}

/* ... */
3. Running Sample

After building the project, run it and open the console. Write recently created command to see the result:

Output
#if you write "console_action"
arg[0]: console_action
first action! no arguments!

#if you write "console_action arg"
arg[0]: console action
arg[1]: arg
second action! the argument is:arg

To remove the added console command, use removeCommand() method.

See Also#

  • C++ API sample located in the folder <UnigineSDK>/source/samples/Api/Systems/Console
  • C# API sample located in the folder <UnigineSDK>/source/csharp/samples/Api/Systems/Console
  • HowTo video on Printing User Messages to Console with C#

Console Class

Enums

LEVEL#

ИмяОписание
LEVEL_NORMAL = 0An ordinary message.
LEVEL_WARNING = 1A warning.
LEVEL_ERROR = 2An error message.

Members

getNumCommands() const#

Returns the current number of all available console commands, including the custom ones.

Return value

Current

getNumVariables() const#

Returns the current number of all available console variables.

Return value

Current

getLastError() const#

Returns the current last error message printed to the console.

Return value

Current

getLastWarning() const#

Returns the current last warning message printed to the console.

Return value

Current

getLastMessage() const#

Returns the current last message printed to the console.

Return value

Current

Event<const char *, Console::LEVEL> getEventOutput() const#

event triggered when a text is output to the console. You can subscribe to events via connect()  and unsubscribe via disconnect(). You can also use EventConnection  and EventConnections  classes for convenience (see examples below).

Usage Example

Source code (C++)
// implement the Output event handler
void output_event_handler(const char * text,  Console::LEVEL level)
{
	switch (level) {
	case Console::LEVEL_NORMAL:
		// logic for ordinary messages
	case Console::LEVEL_WARNING:
		// logic for warnings
	case Console::LEVEL_ERROR:
		// logic for error messages
	}
}


//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//  1. Multiple subscriptions can be linked to an instance of the EventConnections 
//  class that you can use later to remove all these subscriptions at once
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

// create an instance of the EventConnections class
EventConnections output_event_connections;

// link to this instance when subscribing for an event (subscription for various events can be linked)
Console::getEventOutput().connect(output_event_connections, output_event_handler);

// other subscriptions are also linked to this EventConnections instance 
// (e.g. you can subscribe using lambdas)
Console::getEventOutput().connect(output_event_connections, [](const char * text,  Console::LEVEL level) { 
		Log::message("\Handling Output event (lambda).\n");
	}
);

// ...

// later all of these linked subscriptions can be removed with a single line
output_event_connections.disconnectAll();

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//  2. You can subscribe and unsubscribe via an instance of the EventConnection 
//  class. And toggle this particular connection off and on, when necessary.
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

// create an instance of the EventConnection class
EventConnection output_event_connection;

// subscribe for the Output event with a handler function keeping the connection
Console::getEventOutput().connect(output_event_connection, output_event_handler);

// ...

// you can temporarily disable a particular event connection to perform certain actions
output_event_connection.setEnabled(false);

// ... actions to be performed

// and enable it back when necessary
output_event_connection.setEnabled(true);

// ...

// remove subscription for the Output event via the connection
output_event_connection.disconnect();

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//  3. You can add EventConnection/EventConnections instance as a member of the
//  class that handles the event. In this case all linked subscriptions will be 
//  automatically removed when class destructor is called
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

// Class handling the event
class SomeClass
{
public:
	// instance of the EventConnections class as a class member
	EventConnections e_connections;

	// A Output event handler implemented as a class member
	void event_handler(const char * text,  Console::LEVEL level)
	{
		Log::message("\Handling Output event\n");
		// ...
	}
};

SomeClass *sc = new SomeClass();

// ...

// specify a class instance in case a handler method belongs to some class
Console::getEventOutput().connect(sc->e_connections, sc, &SomeClass::event_handler);

// ...

// handler class instance is deleted with all its subscriptions removed automatically
delete sc;

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//  4. You can subscribe and unsubscribe via the handler function directly
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

// subscribe for the Output event with a handler function
Console::getEventOutput().connect(output_event_handler);


// remove subscription for the Output event later by the handler function
Console::getEventOutput().disconnect(output_event_handler);


//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//   5. Subscribe to an event saving an ID and unsubscribe later by this ID
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

// define a connection ID to be used to unsubscribe later
EventConnectionId output_handler_id;

// subscribe for the Output event with a lambda handler function and keeping connection ID
output_handler_id = Console::getEventOutput().connect([](const char * text,  Console::LEVEL level) { 
		Log::message("\Handling Output event (lambda).\n");
	}
);

// remove the subscription later using the ID
Console::getEventOutput().disconnect(output_handler_id);


//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//   6. Ignoring all Output events when necessary
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

// you can temporarily disable the event to perform certain actions without triggering it
Console::getEventOutput().setEnabled(false);

// ... actions to be performed

// and enable it back when necessary
Console::getEventOutput().setEnabled(true);
Notice
For more details see the Event Handling article.
The event handler signature is as follows: myhandler(const char * text, Console::LEVEL level)

Return value

Current

void setActive ( bool active ) #

Opens or closes the console. By default the console is closed.

Arguments

  • bool active - True to make the console active (opened); otherwise, false.

bool isActive ( ) const#

Returns a value indicating if the console is opened or closed.

Return value

True if the console is active (opened); otherwise, false.

void setBackgroundColor ( const Math::vec4 & color ) #

Sets a background color for the console.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec4 & color - Four-component vector specifying the color in the RGBA format.

bool isCommand ( const char * name ) const#

Returns a value indicating if a command with a given name exists.

Arguments

  • const char * name - The command name.

Return value

true if the command with a given name exists; otherwise, false.

const char * getCommandDescription ( const char * name ) const#

Returns the description of the console command by its name. If the name isn't specified, an empty string will be returned.

Arguments

  • const char * name - The command name.

Return value

The command description if it exists; otherwise, an empty string.

const char * getCommandName ( int num ) const#

Returns the name of the console command by its number in the array of the existing commands.

Arguments

  • int num - The command number.

Return value

The command name if it is found in the array of the existing commands; otherwise, an empty string.

void setErrorColor ( const Math::vec4 & color ) #

Sets a color for error messages in the console.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec4 & color - Four-component vector specifying the color in the RGBA format.

void setFloat ( const char * name, float value ) #

Sets a float value for a given variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - The variable name.
  • float value - Float value of the variable.

float getFloat ( const char * name ) const#

Returns a float value of a given variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - The variable name.

Return value

Float value of the variable.

float getFloatMax ( const char * name ) const#

Returns a maximum float value for a given variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Variable name.

Return value

Maximum float value of the variable.

float getFloatMin ( const char * name ) const#

Returns a minimum float value for a given variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Variable name.

Return value

Minimum float value of the variable.

bool isFloat ( const char * name ) const#

Checks if the value set for the given console variable is of the float type.

Arguments

  • const char * name - The variable name.

Return value

True if the variable value is float; otherwise, false.

void setInt ( const char * name, int value ) #

Sets an integer value for a given variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Name of the variable.
  • int value - Integer value of the variable.

int getInt ( const char * name ) const#

Returns an integer value of a given variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Name of the variable.

Return value

Integer value of the variable.

int getIntMax ( const char * name ) const#

Returns a maximum integer value for a given variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Variable name.

Return value

Maximum integer value of the variable.

int getIntMin ( const char * name ) const#

Returns a minimum integer value for a given variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Variable name.

Return value

Minimum integer value of the variable.

bool isInt ( const char * name ) const#

Checks if the value of the given console variable is of the integer type.

Arguments

  • const char * name - The variable name.

Return value

True if the variable value is int; otherwise, false.

void setLock ( int lock ) #

Disables or enables the console. By default the console is enabled.

Arguments

  • int lock - Positive integer to disable the console; otherwise, 0.

int getLock ( ) const#

Checks if the console is disabled.

Return value

1 if the console is disabled; otherwise, 0.

void setMessageColor ( const Math::vec4 & color ) #

Sets a color for ordinary messages in the console.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec4 & color - Four-component vector specifying the color in the RGBA format.

int getNumCommands ( ) const#

Returns the number of all available console commands, including the custom ones.

Return value

The number of available console commands.

int getNumVariables ( ) const#

Returns the number of all available console variables.

Return value

The number of available console variables.

void setPrompt ( const char * prompt ) #

Updates the console prompt. The default prompt is Unigine~#.

Arguments

  • const char * prompt - New console prompt.

const char * getPrompt ( ) const#

Returns the console prompt.

Return value

The prompt text.

bool isPalette ( const char * name ) const#

Checks for a palette with the specified name.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Palette name.

void setPalette ( const char * name, const Palette& value ) #

Sets a color palette by its name.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Palette name.
  • const Palette& value - Palette to be set.

void setPalette ( const char * name, int index, float value ) #

Sets a value for the specified palette color by its index.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Palette name.
  • int index - Palette color index.
  • float value - Value to be set for the color with the specified index.

void setPalette ( const char * name, const char * color, float value ) #

Sets a value for the specified palette color by the color name.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Palette name.
  • const char * color - Palette color name.
  • float value - Value to be set for the color with the specified name.

Palette getPalette ( const char * name ) const#

Returns a color palette by its name.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Palette name.

Return value

Palette with the specified name is it exists; otherwise nullptr.

void setString ( const char * name, const char * value ) #

Sets a string value for a given variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - The variable name.
  • const char * value - String value of the variable.

const char * getString ( const char * name ) const#

Returns the string value of a given variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - The variable name.

Return value

String value of the variable.

bool isString ( const char * name ) const#

Checks if the value of the given console variable is of the string type.

Arguments

  • const char * name - The variable name.

Return value

True if the variable value is string; otherwise, false.

void setTextColor ( const Math::vec4 & color ) #

Sets a common font color for the console.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec4 & color - Four-component vector specifying the color in the RGBA format.

bool isVariable ( const char * name ) const#

Returns a value indicating if a variable with a given name exists.

Arguments

  • const char * name - The variable name.

Return value

True if the variable exists; otherwise, false.

const char * getVariableDescription ( const char * name ) const#

Returns the description of the console variable by its name. If the name isn't specified, an empty string will be returned.

Arguments

  • const char * name - The variable name.

Return value

The variable description if it exists; otherwise, an empty string.

const char * getVariableName ( int num ) const#

Returns the name of the console variable by its number in the array of the existing variables.

Arguments

  • int num - The variable number.

Return value

The variable name if it is found in the array of the existing variables; otherwise, an empty string.

void setVec2 ( const char * name, const Math::vec2 & value ) #

Sets a two component vector for the console variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Name of the variable.
  • const Math::vec2 & value - Value of the variable.

Math::vec2 getVec2 ( const char * name ) const#

Returns the two component vector console variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Name of the variable.

Return value

Value of the variable.

bool isVec2 ( const char * name ) const#

Returns a value indicating if the console variable is a two component vector.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Name of the variable.

Return value

True if the variable is a two component vector; otherwise, false.

void setVec3 ( const char * name, const Math::vec3 & value ) #

Sets a three component vector for the console variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Name of the variable.
  • const Math::vec3 & value - Value of the variable.

Math::vec3 getVec3 ( const char * name ) const#

Returns the three component vector console variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Name of the variable.

Return value

Value of the variable.

bool isVec3 ( const char * name ) const#

Returns a value indicating if the console variable is a three component vector.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Name of the variable.

Return value

True if the variable is a three component vector; otherwise, false.

void setVec4 ( const char * name, const Math::vec4 & value ) #

Sets a four component vector for the console variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Name of the variable.
  • const Math::vec4 & value - Value of the variable.

Math::vec4 getVec4 ( const char * name ) const#

Returns the four component vector console variable.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Name of the variable.

Return value

Value of the variable.

bool isVec4 ( const char * name ) const#

Returns a value indicating if the console variable is a four component vector.

Arguments

  • const char * name

Return value

True if the variable is a three component vector; otherwise, false.

void setWarningColor ( const Math::vec4 & color ) #

Sets a color for warning messages in the console.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec4 & color - Four-component vector specifying the color in the RGBA format.

int addCommand ( const char * name, const char * desc, CallbackBase * callback ) #

Adds a custom console command bound to a given callback function.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Name of the new console command.
  • const char * desc - Short description to be displayed in the console.
  • CallbackBase * callback - The callback pointer. The callback arguments must be (int argc, char** argv,...).

Return value

1 if the custom command is added successfully; otherwise, 0.

void flush ( ) #

Forces to execute all queued console commands.

bool removeCommand ( const char * name ) #

Removes a custom console command.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Name of the custom console command.

Return value

true if the custom command has been removed successfully; otherwise, 0.

void run ( const char * command ) #

Runs the specified console command.

Arguments

  • const char * command - A console command with arguments.

Math::vec4 getBackgroundColor ( ) const#

Returns the background color for the console.

Return value

Four-component vector specifying the color in the RGBA format.

Math::vec4 getMessageColor ( ) const#

Returns the color for ordinary messages in the console.

Return value

Four-component vector specifying the color in the RGBA format.

Math::vec4 getWarningColor ( ) const#

Returns the color for warning messages in the console.

Return value

Four-component vector specifying the color in the RGBA format.

Math::vec4 getErrorColor ( ) const#

Returns the color for error messages in the console.

Return value

Four-component vector specifying the color in the RGBA format.

Math::vec4 getTextColor ( ) const#

Returns the common font color for the console.

Return value

Four-component vector specifying the color in the RGBA format.

void setFontSize ( int size ) #

Returns the current font size used for console messages.

Arguments

  • int size - New font size to be set for console messages

int getFontSize ( ) const#

Returns the current font size used for console messages.

Return value

Current font size set for console messages

void setHeight ( int height ) #

Sets the height of the console.

Arguments

  • int height - Height of the console as percentage of the window height.

int getHeight ( ) const#

Returns the console height in percentage of the window height.

void setLimit ( int limit ) #

Sets the maximum number of messages the console can output.

Arguments

  • int limit - Maximum number of messages the console can output.

int getLimit ( ) const#

Returns the maximum number of messages the console can output. The default value is 16384.

void setWrapping ( bool wrapping ) #

Enables the text wrapping to the next line.

Arguments

  • bool wrapping - true to set the text wrapping; otherwise, false.

bool isWrapping ( ) const#

Returns a value indicating if the text wrapping is enabled for the console.

void setOnscreen ( bool onscreen ) #

Shows or hides the onscreen overlay.

Arguments

  • bool onscreen - true to show the overlay; otherwise, false.

bool isOnscreen ( ) const#

Returns a value indicating if the onscreen overlay is shown or hidden.

Return value

True if the overlay is shown; otherwise, false.

void setOnscreenFontSize ( int scale ) #

Sets the size for the onscreen overlay font.

Arguments

  • int scale - Size for the onscreen overlay font.

int getOnscreenFontSize ( ) const#

Returns the size of the onscreen overlay font.

Return value

The size of the console font.

void setOnscreenHeight ( int height ) #

Sets the height value for the onscreen overlay.

Arguments

  • int height - Height of the onscreen overlay in percentage of the window height.

int getOnscreenHeight ( ) const#

Returns the height for the onscreen overlay.

Return value

The height of the onscreen overlay in percentage of the window height.

void setOnscreenTime ( float time ) #

Sets the time during which the text is displayed on the screen.

Arguments

  • float time - Time in seconds.

float getOnscreenTime ( ) const#

Returns the time during which the text is displayed on the screen.

Return value

The time in seconds.

void write ( const char * text ) #

Writes the specified text to the console and displays it on the screen (onscreen overlay).
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • const char * text - Text to output to the console.

void write ( const Math::vec4 & color, const char * text ) #

Writes the specified text to the console and displays it on the screen (onscreen overlay).
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec4 & color - Four-component vector specifying the text color in the RGBA format.
  • const char * text - Text to output to the console.

void write ( Console::LEVEL level, const char * text ) #

Writes the specified text to the console and displays it on the screen (onscreen overlay).
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • Console::LEVEL level - Type of the message.
  • const char * text - Text to output to the console.

static void getMessages ( Vector < String > & messages, int limit ) #

Gets the messages written to the console and the onscreen overlay.

Arguments

  • Vector < String > & messages - Vector to populate with messages.
  • int limit - Maximum number of messages to retrieve.

void getMessages ( Vector< String > & OUT_messages, Vector< int > & OUT_levels, int limit ) const#

Arguments

  • Vector< String > & OUT_messages - Vector to populate with messages.
    Notice
    This output buffer is to be filled by the Engine as a result of executing the method.
  • Vector< int > & OUT_levels - Types of messages to retrieve.
    Notice
    This output buffer is to be filled by the Engine as a result of executing the method.
  • int limit - Maximum number of messages to retrieve.

static void getWarnings ( Vector < String > & messages, int limit ) #

Gets the warning messages written to the console and the onscreen overlay.

Arguments

  • Vector < String > & messages - Vector to populate with messages.
  • int limit - Maximum number of messages to retrieve.

void getErrors ( Vector < String > & messages, int limit ) #

Gets the error messages written to the console and the onscreen overlay.

Arguments

  • Vector < String > & messages - Vector to populate with messages.
  • int limit - Maximum number of messages to retrieve.

const char * getLastMessage ( ) const#

Returns the last message printed to the console.

Return value

Last message printed to the console.

const char * getLastWarning ( ) const#

Returns the last warning message printed to the console.

Return value

Last warning message printed to the console.

const char * getLastError ( ) const#

Returns the last error message printed to the console.

Return value

Last error message printed to the console.

static void writeLine ( const char * text ) #

Writes the text followed by the line terminator to the console and the onscreen overlay.
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • const char * text - Text to output to the console.

static void writeLine ( const Math::vec4 & color, const char * text ) #

Writes the text followed by the line terminator to the console and the onscreen overlay.
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec4 & color - Four-component vector specifying the text color in the RGBA format.
  • const char * text - Text to output to the console.

static void writeLine ( Console::LEVEL level, const char * text ) #

Writes the text followed by the line terminator to the console and the onscreen overlay.
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • Console::LEVEL level - Type of the message.
  • const char * text - Text to output to the console.

static void onscreenWrite ( const char * text ) #

Writes the text to the onscreen overlay only.
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • const char * text - Text to output to the console.

static void onscreenWrite ( const Math::vec4 color, const char * text ) #

Writes the text to the onscreen overlay only.
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec4 color - Four-component vector specifying the text color in the RGBA format.
  • const char * text - Text to output to the console.

static void onscreenWrite ( Console::LEVEL level, const char * text ) #

Writes the text to the onscreen overlay only.
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • Console::LEVEL level - Type of the message.
  • const char * text - Text to output to the console.

static void onscreenWriteLine ( const char * text ) #

Writes the text only to the onscreen overlay followed by the line terminator.
Notice
The console overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen on the screen.

Arguments

  • const char * text - Text to output to the console.

static void onscreenWriteLine ( Math::vec4 & color, const char * text ) #

Writes the text only to the onscreen overlay followed by the line terminator.
Notice
The console overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen on the screen.

Arguments

  • Math::vec4 & color - Four-component vector specifying the text color in the RGBA format.
  • const char * text - Text to output to the console.

static void onscreenWriteLine ( Console::LEVEL level, const char * text ) #

Writes the text only to the onscreen overlay followed by the line terminator.
Notice
The console overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen on the screen.

Arguments

  • Console::LEVEL level - Type of the message.
  • const char * text - Text to output to the console.

static void message ( const Unigine:: Math::vec4 & color, const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the ordinary message to the console and the onscreen overlay.
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • const Unigine:: Math::vec4 & color - Four-component vector specifying the text color in the RGBA format.
  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.

static void message ( const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the ordinary message to the console and the onscreen overlay.
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.

static void warning ( const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the warning message to the console and the onscreen overlay.
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.

static void error ( const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the error message to the console and the onscreen overlay.
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.

static void messageLine ( const Unigine:: Math::vec4 & color, const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the ordinary message to the console and the onscreen overlay followed by the line terminator.
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • const Unigine:: Math::vec4 & color - Four-component vector specifying the text color in the RGBA format.
  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.

static void messageLine ( const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the ordinary message to the console and the onscreen overlay followed by the line terminator.
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.

static void warningLine ( const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the warning message to the console and the onscreen overlay followed by the line terminator.
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.

static void errorLine ( const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the error message to the console and the onscreen overlay followed by the line terminator.
Notice
The onscreen overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen.

Arguments

  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.

static void onscreenMessage ( const Unigine:: Math::vec4 & color, const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the ordinary message to the onscreen overlay only.
Notice
The console overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen on the screen.

Arguments

  • const Unigine:: Math::vec4 & color - Four-component vector specifying the text color in the RGBA format.
  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.

static void onscreenMessage ( const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the ordinary message to the onscreen overlay only.
Notice
The console overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen on the screen.

Arguments

  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.

static void onscreenWarning ( const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the warning message to the onscreen overlay only.
Notice
The console overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen on the screen.

Arguments

  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.

static void onscreenError ( const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the error message to the onscreen overlay only.
Notice
The console overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen on the screen.

Arguments

  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.

static void onscreenMessageLine ( const Unigine:: Math::vec4 & color, const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the ordinary message only to the onscreen overlay followed by the line terminator.
Notice
The console overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen on the screen.

Arguments

  • const Unigine:: Math::vec4 & color - Four-component vector specifying the text color in the RGBA format.
  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.

static void onscreenMessageLine ( const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the ordinary message only to the onscreen overlay followed by the line terminator.
Notice
The console overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen on the screen.

Arguments

  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.

static void onscreenWarningLine ( const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the warning message only to the onscreen overlay followed by the line terminator.
Notice
The console overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen on the screen.

Arguments

  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.

static void onscreenErrorLine ( const char * format, ... ) #

Writes the error message only to the onscreen overlay followed by the line terminator.
Notice
The console overlay must be enabled for the text to be seen on the screen.

Arguments

  • const char * format - Formatted text.
  • ... - Arguments, multiple allowed.
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