box2d library
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Classes
 AABB
 An axisaligned bounding box.
 Body
 A rigid body. These are created via World.createBody.
 BodyDef
 A body definition holds all the data needed to construct a rigid body. You can safely reuse body definitions. Shapes are added to a body after construction.
 BroadPhase
 BroadPhaseStrategy
 ChainAndCircleContact
 ChainAndPolygonContact
 ChainShape
 A chain shape is a free form sequence of line segments. The chain has twosided collision, so you can use inside and outside collision. Therefore, you may use any winding order. Connectivity information is used to create smooth collisions. WARNING: The chain will not collide properly if there are selfintersections.
 CircleContact
 CircleShape
 A circle shape.
 ClipVertex
 Used for computing contact manifolds.
 Collision
 Functions used for computing contact points, distance queries, and TOI queries. Collision methods are nonstatic for pooling speed, retrieve a collision object from the {@link SingletonPool}. Should not be finalructed.
 Color3i
 ConstantVolumeJoint
 ConstantVolumeJointDef
 Definition for a {@link ConstantVolumeJoint}, which connects a group a bodies together so they maintain a constant volume within them.
 Contact
 The class manages contact between two shapes. A contact exists for each overlapping AABB in the broadphase (except if filtered). Therefore a contact object may exist that has no contact points.
 ContactCreator
 ContactEdge
 A contact edge is used to connect bodies and contacts together in a contact graph where each body is a node and each contact is an edge. A contact edge belongs to a doubly linked list maintained in each attached body. Each contact has two contact nodes, one for each attached body.
 ContactFilter
 Implement this class to provide collision filtering. In other words, you can implement this class if you want finer control over contact creation.
 ContactID
 ContactImpulse
 Contact impulses for reporting. Impulses are used instead of forces because substep forces may approach infinity for rigid body collisions. These match up onetoone with the contact points in b2Manifold.
 ContactListener
 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 substepping. 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.
 ContactManager
 Delegate of World.
 ContactPositionConstraint
 ContactRegister
 ContactSolver
 ContactSolverDef
 ContactVelocityConstraint
 CreateParticleGroupCallback
 DebugDraw
 Implement this abstract class to allow DBox2d to automatically draw your physics for debugging purposes. Not intended to replace your own custom rendering routines!
 DefaultBroadPhaseBuffer
 The broadphase is used for computing pairs and performing volume queries and ray casts. This broadphase does not persist pairs. Instead, this reports potentially new pairs. It is up to the client to consume the new pairs and to track subsequent overlap.
 DefaultWorldPool
 DestroyParticlesInShapeCallback
 DestructionListener
 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.
 Distance
 DistanceInput
 Input for Distance. You have to option to use the shape radii in the computation.
 DistanceJoint
 A distance joint constrains two points on two bodies to remain at a fixed distance from each other. You can view this as a massless, rigid rod.
 DistanceJointDef
 Distance joint definition. This requires defining an anchor point on both bodies and the nonzero length of the distance joint. The definition uses local anchor points so that the initial configuration can violate the constraint slightly. This helps when saving and loading a game.
 DistanceOutput
 Output for Distance.
 DistanceProxy
 DynamicTree
 A dynamic tree arranges data in a binary tree to accelerate queries such as volume queries and ray casts. Leafs are proxies with an AABB. In the tree we expand the proxy AABB by _fatAABBFactor so that the proxy AABB is bigger than the client object. This allows the client object to move by small amounts without triggering a tree update.
 DynamicTreeFlatNodes
 DynamicTreeNode
 EdgeAndCircleContact
 EdgeAndPolygonContact
 EdgeShape
 A line segment (edge) shape. These can be connected in chains or loops to other edge shapes. The connectivity information is used to ensure correct contact normals.
 EPAxis
 EPCollider
 Filter
 This holds contact filtering data.
 Fixture
 A fixture is used to attach a shape to a body for collision detection. A fixture inherits its transform from its parent. Fixtures hold additional nongeometric data such as friction, collision filters, etc. Fixtures are created via Body::CreateFixture.
 FixtureDef
 A fixture definition is used to create a fixture. This class defines an abstract fixture definition. You can reuse fixture definitions safely.
 FixtureProxy
 This proxy is used internally to connect fixtures to the broadphase.
 FrictionJoint
 FrictionJointDef
 Friction joint definition.
 GearJoint
 A gear joint is used to connect two joints together. Either joint can be a revolute or prismatic joint. You specify a gear ratio to bind the motions together: coordinate1 + ratio * coordinate2 = constant The ratio can be negative or positive. If one joint is a revolute joint and the other joint is a prismatic joint, then the ratio will have units of length or units of 1/length.
 GearJointDef
 Gear joint definition. This definition requires two existing revolute or prismatic joints (any combination will work). The provided joints must attach a dynamic body to a static body.

IDynamicStack<
E>  IntArray

IOrderedStack<
E>  Island
 This is an internal class.
 IWorldPool
 Jacobian
 JoinParticleGroupsCallback
 Joint
 The base joint class. Joints are used to constrain two bodies together in various fashions. Some joints also feature limits and motors.
 JointDef
 Joint definitions are used to construct joints.
 JointEdge
 A joint edge is used to connect bodies and joints together in a joint graph where each body is a node and each joint is an edge. A joint edge belongs to a doubly linked list maintained in each attached body. Each joint has two joint nodes, one for each attached body.
 Manifold
 ManifoldPoint
 A manifold point is a contact point belonging to a contact manifold. It holds details related to the geometry and dynamics of the contact points. The local point usage depends on the manifold type:
 MassData
 This holds the mass data computed for a shape.
 Matrix2
 2D Matrix. Values are stored in column major order.
 Matrix3
 3D Matrix. Values are stored in column major order.
 MotorJoint
 A motor joint is used to control the relative motion between two bodies. A typical usage is to control the movement of a dynamic body with respect to the ground.
 MotorJointDef
 Motor joint definition.
 MouseJoint
 A mouse joint is used to make a point on a body track a specified world point. This a soft constraint with a maximum force. This allows the constraint to stretch and without applying huge forces. NOTE: this joint is not documented in the manual because it was developed to be used in the testbed. If you want to learn how to use the mouse joint, look at the testbed.
 MouseJointDef
 Mouse joint definition. This requires a world target point, tuning parameters, and the time step.

MutableStack<
E>  MutableStackChainAndCircleContact
 MutableStackChainAndPolygonContact
 MutableStackCircleContact
 MutableStackEdgeAndCircleContact
 MutableStackEdgeAndPolygonContact
 MutableStackPolygonAndCircleContact
 MutableStackPolygonContact

MutableStackWithPool<
T>  NewIndices

OrderedStack<
E>  OrderedStackAABB
 OrderedStackMat22
 OrderedStackMat33
 OrderedStackRot
 OrderedStackVec2
 Provides object pooling for all objects used in the engine. Objects retrieved from here should only be used temporarily, and then pushed back (with the exception of arrays).
 OrderedStackVec3
 Pair
 Java note: at the "creation" of each node, a random key is given to that node, and that's what we sort from.
 PairCallback
 ParticleBodyContact

ParticleBuffer<
T>  ParticleBufferInt
 ParticleColor
 Small color object for each particle
 ParticleContact
 ParticleDef
 ParticleDestructionListener
 ParticleGroup
 ParticleGroupDef
 A particle group definition holds all the data needed to construct a particle group. You can safely reuse these definitions.
 ParticleGroupType
 ParticleQueryCallback
 Callback class for AABB queries. See {@link World#queryAABB(QueryCallback, org.jbox2d.collision.AABB)}.
 ParticleRaycastCallback
 ParticleSystem
 ParticleSystemTest
 ParticleType
 The particle type. Can be combined with  operator. Zero means liquid.
 PolygonAndCircleContact
 PolygonContact
 PolygonShape
 A convex polygon shape. Polygons have a maximum number of vertices equal to _maxPolygonVertices. In most cases you should not need many vertices for a convex polygon.
 Position
 PositionSolverManifold
 PrismaticJoint
 A prismatic joint. This joint provides one degree of freedom: translation along an axis fixed in bodyA. Relative rotation is prevented. You can use a joint limit to restrict the range of motion and a joint motor to drive the motion or to model joint friction.
 PrismaticJointDef
 Prismatic joint definition. This requires defining a line of motion using an axis and an anchor point. The definition uses local anchor points and a local axis so that the initial configuration can violate the constraint slightly. The joint translation is zero when the local anchor points coincide in world space. Using local anchors and a local axis helps when saving and loading a game.
 Profile
 ProfileEntry
 PsPair
 Connection between two particles
 PsProxy
 Used for detecting particle contacts
 PsTriad
 Connection between three particles
 PulleyJoint
 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.
 PulleyJointDef
 Pulley joint definition. This requires two ground anchors, two dynamic body anchor points, and a pulley ratio.
 QueryCallback
 Callback class for AABB queries. See {@link World#queryAABB(QueryCallback, org.jbox2d.collision.AABB)}.
 RayCastCallback
 Callback class for ray casts. See {@link World#raycast(RayCastCallback, Vec2, Vec2)}
 RayCastInput
 Raycast input data. The ray extends from p1 to p1 + maxFraction * (p2  p1).
 RayCastOutput
 Raycast output data. The ray hits at p1 + fraction * (p2  p1), where p1 and p2 come from b2RayCastInput.
 RaycastResult
 RevoluteJoint
 A revolute joint constrains two bodies to share a common point while they are free to rotate about the point. The relative rotation about the shared point is the joint angle. You can limit the relative rotation with a joint limit that specifies a lower and upper angle. You can use a motor to drive the relative rotation about the shared point. A maximum motor torque is provided so that infinite forces are not generated.
 RevoluteJointDef
 Revolute joint definition. This requires defining an anchor point where the bodies are joined. The definition uses local anchor points so that the initial configuration can violate the constraint slightly. You also need to specify the initial relative angle for joint limits. This helps when saving and loading a game. The local anchor points are measured from the body's origin rather than the center of mass because:<br/>
 RopeJoint
 A rope joint enforces a maximum distance between two points on two bodies. It has no other effect. Warning: if you attempt to change the maximum length during the simulation you will get some nonphysical behavior. A model that would allow you to dynamically modify the length would have some sponginess, so I chose not to implement it that way. See DistanceJoint if you want to dynamically control length.
 RopeJointDef
 Rope joint definition. This requires two body anchor points and a maximum lengths. Note: by default the connected objects will not collide. see collideConnected in b2JointDef.
 Rot
 SeparationFunction
 Shape
 A shape is used for collision detection. You can create a shape however you like. Shapes used for simulation in World are created automatically when a Fixture is created. Shapes may encapsulate a one or more child shapes.
 SimplexCache
 SolveCollisionCallback
 SolverData

StackQueue<
T>  Sweep
 This describes the motion of a body/shape for TOI computation. Shapes are defined with respect to the body origin, which may not coincide with the center of mass. However, to support dynamics we must interpolate the center of mass position.
 TempPolygon
 This holds polygon B expressed in frame A.
 TimeOfImpact
 Class used for computing the time of impact. This class should not be constructed usually, just retrieve from the {@link SingletonPool#getTOI()}.
 Timer
 TimeStep
 This is an internal structure.
 TOIInput
 Input parameters for TOI
 TOIOutput
 Output parameters for TimeOfImpact
 Transform
 A transform contains translation and rotation. It is used to represent the position and orientation of rigid frames.
 TreeCallback
 Callback for {@link DynamicTree}
 TreeRayCastCallback
 Callback for {@link DynamicTree}
 UpdateBodyContactsCallback
 Vec2Array
 Vector2
 2D column vector.
 Vector3
 3D column vector.
 Velocity
 VelocityConstraintPoint
 ViewportTransform
 VoronoiDiagram
 VoronoiDiagramCallback
 VoronoiDiagramTask
 VoronoiDiagramTaskMutableStack
 VoronoiGenerator
 WeldJoint
 A weld joint essentially glues two bodies together. A weld joint may distort somewhat because the island constraint solver is approximate.
 WeldJointDef
 WheelJoint
 A wheel joint. This joint provides two degrees of freedom: translation along an axis fixed in bodyA and rotation in the plane. You can use a joint limit to restrict the range of motion and a joint motor to drive the rotation or to model rotational friction. This joint is designed for vehicle suspensions.
 WheelJointDef
 Wheel joint definition. This requires defining a line of motion using an axis and an anchor point. The definition uses local anchor points and a local axis so that the initial configuration can violate the constraint slightly. The joint translation is zero when the local anchor points coincide in world space. Using local anchors and a local axis helps when saving and loading a game.
 World
 The world class manages all physics entities, dynamic simulation, and asynchronous queries. The world also contains efficient memory management facilities.
 WorldManifold
 This is used to compute the current state of a contact manifold.
 WorldQueryWrapper
 WorldRayCastWrapper
Functions

allocPsTriad(
) → PsTriad
Enums
 BodyType
 The body type. static: zero mass, zero velocity, may be manually moved kinematic: zero mass, nonzero velocity set by user, moved by solver dynamic: positive mass, nonzero velocity determined by forces, moved by solver
 ContactIDType
 EPAxisType
 This structure is used to keep track of the best separating axis.
 JointType
 LimitState
 ManifoldType
 A manifold for two touching convex shapes. Box2D supports multiple types of contact:
 PointState
 This is used for determining the state of contact points.
 SeparationFunctionType
 ShapeType
 Types of shapes
 TOIOutputState
 VertexType
Typedefs

AllocClosure<
T> = T Function()