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

/// Distance joint definition. This requires defining an
/// anchor point on both bodies and the non-zero 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.
/// @warning Do not use a zero or short length.
struct b2DistanceJointDef : public b2JointDef
		type = e_distanceJoint;
		localAnchorA.Set(0.0f, 0.0f);
		localAnchorB.Set(0.0f, 0.0f);
		length = 1.0f;
		frequencyHz = 0.0f;
		dampingRatio = 0.0f;

	/// Initialize the bodies, anchors, and length using the world
	/// anchors.
	void Initialize(b2Body* bodyA, b2Body* bodyB,
					const b2Vec2& anchorA, const b2Vec2& anchorB);

	/// The local anchor point relative to body1's origin.
	b2Vec2 localAnchorA;

	/// The local anchor point relative to body2's origin.
	b2Vec2 localAnchorB;

	/// The natural length between the anchor points.
	float32 length;

	/// The mass-spring-damper frequency in Hertz.
	float32 frequencyHz;

	/// The damping ratio. 0 = no damping, 1 = critical damping.
	float32 dampingRatio;

/// 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.
class b2DistanceJoint : public b2Joint

	b2Vec2 GetAnchorA() const;
	b2Vec2 GetAnchorB() const;

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

	/// Set/get the natural length.
	/// Manipulating the length can lead to non-physical behavior when the frequency is zero.
	void SetLength(float32 length);
	float32 GetLength() const;

	// Set/get frequency in Hz.
	void SetFrequency(float32 hz);
	float32 GetFrequency() const;

	// Set/get damping ratio.
	void SetDampingRatio(float32 ratio);
	float32 GetDampingRatio() const;


	friend class b2Joint;
	b2DistanceJoint(const b2DistanceJointDef* data);

	void InitVelocityConstraints(const b2TimeStep& step);
	void SolveVelocityConstraints(const b2TimeStep& step);
	bool SolvePositionConstraints(float32 baumgarte);

	b2Vec2 m_localAnchor1;
	b2Vec2 m_localAnchor2;
	b2Vec2 m_u;
	float32 m_frequencyHz;
	float32 m_dampingRatio;
	float32 m_gamma;
	float32 m_bias;
	float32 m_impulse;
	float32 m_mass;
	float32 m_length;

inline void b2DistanceJoint::SetLength(float32 length)
	m_length = length;

inline float32 b2DistanceJoint::GetLength() const
	return m_length;

inline void b2DistanceJoint::SetFrequency(float32 hz)
	m_frequencyHz = hz;

inline float32 b2DistanceJoint::GetFrequency() const
	return m_frequencyHz;

inline void b2DistanceJoint::SetDampingRatio(float32 ratio)
	m_dampingRatio = ratio;

inline float32 b2DistanceJoint::GetDampingRatio() const
	return m_dampingRatio;