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voxel-json v0.0.0

capture player edits into json voxel diffs

voxel-json

capture player edits into json voxel diffs for voxeljs

example

var game = require('voxel-hello-world')();
var vjson = require('../')(game);

window.addEventListener('keydown', function (ev) {
    if (ev.which === 'Z'.charCodeAt(0)) {
        console.log(JSON.stringify(vjson.toJSON()));
    }
});

Now press the z key in-game after making some edits. You'll get a JSON blob. You can then apply that JSON blob to make the same edits again elsewhere:

vjson.apply(jsonBlob)

methods

var voxelJSON = require('voxel-json')

var vjson = voxelJSON(game)

Register listeners on game and return a new vjson instance.

vjson.apply(json)

Apply a complete json object. json should have diff and later other parameters like terrain seed information.

vjson.applyDiff(diff)

Apply just a diff to the game.

vjson.toJSON()

Return a json object with the diff and terrain seed that can be sent to JSON.stringify().

install

With npm do:

npm install voxel-json

Compile for the browser with browserify.

license

MIT

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