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Line 11 calculates the correct position for blitting the image. The process is described in more detail below. Notice that the Vector2() constructor receives a single number instead of a tuple. In that case, it will use that number for both values. So Vector2(self.radius) is the equivalent of Vector2((self.radius, self.radius)).
Until the construction of Gemini in May 2010, all known spaceships in Life traveled either orthogonally (only horizontal or vertical displacement) or diagonally (equal horizontal and vertical displacement); other oblique spaceships have been constructed since then, e.g. waterbear and the Parallel HBK. It is known that Life has spaceships that travel in all rational directions at arbitrarily slow speeds (see universal constructor).
In May 2010 Andrew J. Wade created a universal constructor-based spaceship, Gemini, which travels at a speed of (5120,1024)c/33699586. This was the first explicitly constructed spaceship in Life to travel in an oblique direction, and also yielded the first explicit method of constructing arbitrarily slow spaceships.
2014 provided a handful of new engineered spaceships, using various new technologies. In July, several half-bakery-based knightships were constructed with a new technique not requiring universal-constructor circuitry. These produced spaceships that were both much slower and much smaller than the Gemini variants. In September, Dave Greene and Chris Cain completed two 31c/240 orthogonal spaceships, along the same general lines as the original Caterpillar but using a number of new mechanisms. Finally, in December, an oblique caterpillar dubbed the Waterbear was completed by Brett Berger, traveling at (23,5)c/79. Richard Schank discovered pufferfish, a c/2 puffer, and Ivan Fomichev found a c/2 fuse for its exhaust and combined two pufferfish with fuses to assemble the first wholly high-period c/2 spaceship.
The story of our shooting game unfolds in the Event Horizon game universe, which holds many mysteries. You, as the main creator, builder and constructor of such a huge space base, worked up a sweat so that the starbase works properly, all your galactic spacecraft can fly in numerous galaxies and conduct cosmic flights. You maintain the space base in excellent condition, upgrade your fleet and build some galactic battleships from scratch in order to be ready for any offline PvP battle with aliens from other planets and settlers from the void above.
Obviously, m.setattr('third_party.data_integration.Account.download', download) would only work for static method instead of instanced method or class method. What is the best practice to do test like this to monkey patch a third party native package instance method?
Since you're calling the constructor of the Account class & the method you want to mock is an attribute of the return value of that constructor, you need to mock the return value of the constructor and then monkeypatch the download attribute of the mock.
Galactic Civilizations III (at least the Steam version) is integrated with the Steam workshop and allows the sharing of ship templates. The "Steam Workshop" button at the bottom of the screen will open the workshop and allow players to download hull templates (these ships are not equipped and will appear in the hull templates panel not in the build list). Custom designs can also be uploaded when saving them.
Cheap Colony Ship/Cheap Constructor:Early on in the game, it can be useful to build cheaper versions of constructors and colony ships such as when you decide to colonize Mars or other close planets. This is also important for rush buying a colony ship/constructor since the BC cost will be low. 1. Use Cargo Hull2. Add Colony Pod/Constructor Pod.Do not put any engines or life support3. Use Small or Tini (with technology that increases capacity) Hull. Their cost is even less.
Heavy Constructor:Having more then one constructor pod allows you to build up starbases cheaper and faster because you do not have to build an additional cargo hull. 1. Use Cargo Hull2. Add two or more constructor modules3. Add engines and if needed life support (you will rarely need life support on constructors since they tend to be used for starbases in your influence).
Where name (the name of the ship) is a string, and crew_list is a list of the Crew objects (or its subclasses) that make up the crew of the ship. The constructor should create instance variables to store the value of the arguments (self.name and self.crew_list respectively), along with one more instance variable: 2b1af7f3a8