love-canvas_getPixel / src / libraries / Box2D / Dynamics / b2WorldCallbacks.h

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#include <Box2D/Common/b2Settings.h>

struct b2Vec2;
struct b2Transform;
class b2Fixture;
class b2Body;
class b2Joint;
class b2Contact;
struct b2ContactResult;
struct b2Manifold;

/// Joints and fixtures are destroyed when their associated
/// body is destroyed. Implement this listener so that you
/// may nullify references to these joints and shapes.
class b2DestructionListener
	virtual ~b2DestructionListener() {}

	/// Called when any joint is about to be destroyed due
	/// to the destruction of one of its attached bodies.
	virtual void SayGoodbye(b2Joint* joint) = 0;

	/// Called when any fixture is about to be destroyed due
	/// to the destruction of its parent body.
	virtual void SayGoodbye(b2Fixture* fixture) = 0;

/// Implement this class to provide collision filtering. In other words, you can implement
/// this class if you want finer control over contact creation.
class b2ContactFilter
	virtual ~b2ContactFilter() {}

	/// Return true if contact calculations should be performed between these two shapes.
	/// @warning for performance reasons this is only called when the AABBs begin to overlap.
	virtual bool ShouldCollide(b2Fixture* fixtureA, b2Fixture* fixtureB);

/// Contact impulses for reporting. Impulses are used instead of forces because
/// sub-step forces may approach infinity for rigid body collisions. These
/// match up one-to-one with the contact points in b2Manifold.
struct b2ContactImpulse
	float32 normalImpulses[b2_maxManifoldPoints];
	float32 tangentImpulses[b2_maxManifoldPoints];
	int32 count;

/// Implement this class to get contact information. You can use these results for
/// things like sounds and game logic. You can also get contact results by
/// traversing the contact lists after the time step. However, you might miss
/// some contacts because continuous physics leads to sub-stepping.
/// Additionally you may receive multiple callbacks for the same contact in a
/// single time step.
/// You should strive to make your callbacks efficient because there may be
/// many callbacks per time step.
/// @warning You cannot create/destroy Box2D entities inside these callbacks.
class b2ContactListener
	virtual ~b2ContactListener() {}

	/// Called when two fixtures begin to touch.
	virtual void BeginContact(b2Contact* contact) { B2_NOT_USED(contact); }

	/// Called when two fixtures cease to touch.
	virtual void EndContact(b2Contact* contact) { B2_NOT_USED(contact); }

	/// This is called after a contact is updated. This allows you to inspect a
	/// contact before it goes to the solver. If you are careful, you can modify the
	/// contact manifold (e.g. disable contact).
	/// A copy of the old manifold is provided so that you can detect changes.
	/// Note: this is called only for awake bodies.
	/// Note: this is called even when the number of contact points is zero.
	/// Note: this is not called for sensors.
	/// Note: if you set the number of contact points to zero, you will not
	/// get an EndContact callback. However, you may get a BeginContact callback
	/// the next step.
	virtual void PreSolve(b2Contact* contact, const b2Manifold* oldManifold)

	/// This lets you inspect a contact after the solver is finished. This is useful
	/// for inspecting impulses.
	/// Note: the contact manifold does not include time of impact impulses, which can be
	/// arbitrarily large if the sub-step is small. Hence the impulse is provided explicitly
	/// in a separate data structure.
	/// Note: this is only called for contacts that are touching, solid, and awake.
	virtual void PostSolve(b2Contact* contact, const b2ContactImpulse* impulse)

/// Callback class for AABB queries.
/// See b2World::Query
class b2QueryCallback
	virtual ~b2QueryCallback() {}

	/// Called for each fixture found in the query AABB.
	/// @return false to terminate the query.
	virtual bool ReportFixture(b2Fixture* fixture) = 0;

/// Callback class for ray casts.
/// See b2World::RayCast
class b2RayCastCallback
	virtual ~b2RayCastCallback() {}

	/// Called for each fixture found in the query. You control how the ray cast
	/// proceeds by returning a float:
	/// return -1: ignore this fixture and continue
	/// return 0: terminate the ray cast
	/// return fraction: clip the ray to this point
	/// return 1: don't clip the ray and continue
	/// @param fixture the fixture hit by the ray
	/// @param point the point of initial intersection
	/// @param normal the normal vector at the point of intersection
	/// @return -1 to filter, 0 to terminate, fraction to clip the ray for
	/// closest hit, 1 to continue
	virtual float32 ReportFixture(	b2Fixture* fixture, const b2Vec2& point,
									const b2Vec2& normal, float32 fraction) = 0;

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