Safe Haskell | None |
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Language | Haskell2010 |

Operations on the `Area`

type that involve random numbers.

# Picking points inside areas

:: (X, Y) | minimum size |

-> (X, Y) | maximum size |

-> Area | the containing area, not the room itself |

-> Rnd Area |

Create a random room according to given parameters.

mkVoidRoom :: Area -> Rnd Area Source

Create a void room, i.e., a single point area within the designated area.

# Choosing connections

connectGrid :: (X, Y) -> Rnd [(Point, Point)] Source

Pick a subset of connections between adjacent areas within a grid until there is only one connected component in the graph of all areas.

randomConnection :: (X, Y) -> Rnd (Point, Point) Source

Pick a single random connection between adjacent areas within a grid.

# Plotting corridors

connectPlaces :: (Area, Area) -> (Area, Area) -> Rnd Corridor Source

Try to connect two interiors of places with a corridor.
Choose entrances at least 4 or 3 tiles distant from the edges, if the place
is big enough. Note that with `pfence == FNone`

, the area considered
is the strict interior of the place, without the outermost tiles.