love-canvas_getPixel / src / libraries / Box2D / Dynamics / Joints / b2PulleyJoint.h

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#include <Box2D/Dynamics/Joints/b2Joint.h>

const float32 b2_minPulleyLength = 2.0f;

/// Pulley joint definition. This requires two ground anchors,
/// two dynamic body anchor points, and a pulley ratio.
struct b2PulleyJointDef : public b2JointDef
		type = e_pulleyJoint;
		groundAnchorA.Set(-1.0f, 1.0f);
		groundAnchorB.Set(1.0f, 1.0f);
		localAnchorA.Set(-1.0f, 0.0f);
		localAnchorB.Set(1.0f, 0.0f);
		lengthA = 0.0f;
		lengthB = 0.0f;
		ratio = 1.0f;
		collideConnected = true;

	/// Initialize the bodies, anchors, lengths, max lengths, and ratio using the world anchors.
	void Initialize(b2Body* bodyA, b2Body* bodyB,
					const b2Vec2& groundAnchorA, const b2Vec2& groundAnchorB,
					const b2Vec2& anchorA, const b2Vec2& anchorB,
					float32 ratio);

	/// The first ground anchor in world coordinates. This point never moves.
	b2Vec2 groundAnchorA;

	/// The second ground anchor in world coordinates. This point never moves.
	b2Vec2 groundAnchorB;

	/// The local anchor point relative to bodyA's origin.
	b2Vec2 localAnchorA;

	/// The local anchor point relative to bodyB's origin.
	b2Vec2 localAnchorB;

	/// The a reference length for the segment attached to bodyA.
	float32 lengthA;

	/// The a reference length for the segment attached to bodyB.
	float32 lengthB;

	/// The pulley ratio, used to simulate a block-and-tackle.
	float32 ratio;

/// The pulley joint is connected to two bodies and two fixed ground points.
/// The pulley supports a ratio such that:
/// length1 + ratio * length2 <= constant
/// Yes, the force transmitted is scaled by the ratio.
/// Warning: the pulley joint can get a bit squirrelly by itself. They often
/// work better when combined with prismatic joints. You should also cover the
/// the anchor points with static shapes to prevent one side from going to
/// zero length.
class b2PulleyJoint : public b2Joint
	b2Vec2 GetAnchorA() const;
	b2Vec2 GetAnchorB() const;

	b2Vec2 GetReactionForce(float32 inv_dt) const;
	float32 GetReactionTorque(float32 inv_dt) const;

	/// Get the first ground anchor.
	b2Vec2 GetGroundAnchorA() const;

	/// Get the second ground anchor.
	b2Vec2 GetGroundAnchorB() const;

	/// Get the current length of the segment attached to bodyA.
	float32 GetLengthA() const;

	/// Get the current length of the segment attached to bodyB.
	float32 GetLengthB() const;

	/// Get the pulley ratio.
	float32 GetRatio() const;

	/// Dump joint to dmLog
	void Dump();


	friend class b2Joint;
	b2PulleyJoint(const b2PulleyJointDef* data);

	void InitVelocityConstraints(const b2SolverData& data);
	void SolveVelocityConstraints(const b2SolverData& data);
	bool SolvePositionConstraints(const b2SolverData& data);

	b2Vec2 m_groundAnchorA;
	b2Vec2 m_groundAnchorB;
	float32 m_lengthA;
	float32 m_lengthB;
	// Solver shared
	b2Vec2 m_localAnchorA;
	b2Vec2 m_localAnchorB;
	float32 m_constant;
	float32 m_ratio;
	float32 m_impulse;

	// Solver temp
	int32 m_indexA;
	int32 m_indexB;
	b2Vec2 m_uA;
	b2Vec2 m_uB;
	b2Vec2 m_rA;
	b2Vec2 m_rB;
	b2Vec2 m_localCenterA;
	b2Vec2 m_localCenterB;
	float32 m_invMassA;
	float32 m_invMassB;
	float32 m_invIA;
	float32 m_invIB;
	float32 m_mass;