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rosu-pp

Difficulty and performance calculation for osu!

23 releases (1 stable)

1.0.0 Apr 2, 2024
0.10.0 Nov 19, 2023
0.9.5 Sep 6, 2023
0.9.4 Feb 9, 2023
0.2.0 Feb 25, 2021

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Used in simplebeatmapanalyzer

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rosu-pp

Library to calculate difficulty and performance attributes for all osu! gamemodes.

A large part of rosu-pp is a port of osu!lazer's difficulty and performance calculation with emphasis on a precise translation to Rust for the most accurate results while also providing a significant boost in performance.

Last commits of the ported code:

  • osu!lazer : 7342fb7f51b34533a42bffda89c3d6c569cc69ce (2022-10-11)
  • osu!tools : 146d5916937161ef65906aa97f85d367035f3712 (2022-10-08)

News posts of the latest gamemode updates:

Usage

// Decode the map
let map = rosu_pp::Beatmap::from_path("./resources/2785319.osu").unwrap();

// Calculate difficulty attributes
let diff_attrs = rosu_pp::Difficulty::new()
    .mods(8 + 16) // HDHR
    .calculate(&map);

let stars = diff_attrs.stars();

// Calculate performance attributes
let perf_attrs = rosu_pp::Performance::new(diff_attrs)
    // To speed up the calculation, we used the previous attributes.
    // **Note** that this should only be done if the map and all difficulty
    // settings stay the same, otherwise the final attributes will be incorrect!
    .mods(24) // HDHR, must be the same as before
    .combo(789)
    .accuracy(99.2)
    .misses(2)
    .calculate();

let pp = perf_attrs.pp();

// Again, we re-use the previous attributes for maximum efficiency.
let max_pp = perf_attrs.performance()
    .mods(24) // Still the same
    .calculate()
    .pp();

println!("Stars: {stars} | PP: {pp}/{max_pp}");

Gradual calculation

Gradually calculating attributes provides an efficient way to process each hitobject separately and calculate the attributes only up to that point.

For difficulty attributes, there is GradualDifficulty which implements Iterator and for performance attributes there is GradualPerformance which requires the current score state.

use rosu_pp::{Beatmap, GradualPerformance, Difficulty, any::ScoreState};

let map = Beatmap::from_path("./resources/1028484.osu").unwrap();

let mut gradual = Difficulty::new()
    .mods(16 + 64) // HRDT
    .clock_rate(1.2)
    .gradual_performance(&map);

let mut state = ScoreState::new(); // empty state, everything is on 0.

// The first 10 hitresults are 300s
for _ in 0..10 {
    state.n300 += 1;
    state.max_combo += 1;
    let attrs = gradual.next(state.clone()).unwrap();
    println!("PP: {}", attrs.pp());
}

// Fast-forward to the end
state.max_combo = ...
state.n300 = ...
state.n_katu = ...
...
let attrs = gradual.last(state).unwrap();
println!("PP: {}", attrs.pp());

Accuracy

rosu-pp was tested against all current beatmaps on multiple mod combinations and delivered values that matched osu!lazer perfectly down to the last decimal place.

However, there is one small caveat: the values are only this precise on debug mode. On release mode, Rust's compiler performs optimizations that produce the tiniest discrepancies due to floating point inaccuracies which can cascade into larger differences in the end. With this in mind, rosu-pp is still as accurate as can be without targeting the .NET compiler itself. Realistically, the inaccuracies in release mode are negligibly small.

Speed

An important factor for rosu-pp is the calculation speed. Optimizations and an accurate translation unfortunately don't always go hand-in-hand. Nonetheless, performance improvements are still snuck in wherever possible, providing a significantly faster runtime than the native C# code.

Results of a rudimentary benchmark of osu!lazer and rosu-pp:

osu!lazer:
Decoding maps:            Median: 378.10ms | Mean: 381.47ms
Calculating difficulties: Median: 588.89ms | Mean: 597.11ms
Calculating performances: Median: 315.90µs | Mean: 310.60µs

rosu-pp:
Decoding maps:            Median: 46.94ms | Mean: 47.21ms
Calculating difficulties: Median: 72.90ms | Mean: 73.13ms
Calculating performances: Median: 44.13µs | Mean: 45.53µs

Features

Flag Description Dependencies
default Enables the compact_strains feature
compact_strains Storing internal strain values in a plain Vec introduces an out-of-memory risk on maliciously long maps (see /b/3739922). This feature stores strains more compactly, but comes with a ~5% loss in performance.
sync Some gradual calculation types can only be shared across threads if this feature is enabled. This adds a performance penalty so only enable this if really needed.
tracing Any error encountered during beatmap decoding will be logged through tracing::error. If this feature is not enabled, errors will be ignored. tracing

Bindings

Using rosu-pp from other languages than Rust:

Dependencies

~300KB