Commit 18e43ab2 authored by Samuel Germain (sjg970)'s avatar Samuel Germain (sjg970)
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function love.load()
printx = 0 --position to be drawn on when the mouse is pressed
printy = 0 --position to be drawn on when the mouse is pressed
oldx = 0
oldy = 0
lineStart = 0
pause = true
love.physics.setMeter(64) --the height of a meter our worlds will be 64px
--Sets the pixels to meter scale factor, All coordinates in the physics module are divided by this number and converted to meters, and it creates a convenient way to draw the objects directly to the screen without the need for graphics transformations. It is recommended to create shapes no larger than 10 times the scale. This is important because Box2D is tuned to work well with shape sizes from 0.1 to 10 meters. The default meter scale is 30. love.physics.setMeter does not apply retroactively to created objects. Created objects retain their meter coordinates but the scale factor will affect their pixel coordinates.
world = love.physics.newWorld(0, 9.81*64, true) --The world the everything exists in. Horizontal gravity=0. Bertical gravity=9.81. True says that the world is allowed to sleep.
objects = {} -- table to hold all our physical objects
--The lines that will be drawn
objects.lineConnects = {}
objects.lines = {}
--let's create a ball
objects.ball = {}
objects.ball.body = love.physics.newBody(world, 650/2, 0, "dynamic") --Determines where the object will start. In the center of the world and dynamic(moves around)
objects.ball.shape = love.physics.newCircleShape(20) --the ball's shape has a radius of 20
objects.ball.fixture = love.physics.newFixture(objects.ball.body, objects.ball.shape, 1) -- Attach fixture to body and give it a density of 1.
objects.ball.fixture:setRestitution(0) --let the ball bounce
--initial graphics setup, 0.53, 0.97) --set the background color to a nice blue
love.window.setMode(650, 650) --set the window dimensions to 650 by 650
function love.update(dt)
if not pause then
world:update(dt) --this puts the world into motion
if not love.mouse.isDown(1) then
oldx = nil
oldy = nil
--draw lines when the mouse is down
if love.mouse.isDown(1) then
local printx = love.mouse.getX() + Camera.x --x coordinate of the mouse
local printy = love.mouse.getY() + Camera.y --y coordinate of the mouse
if oldx ~= nil then
line = {}
line.x1 = oldx
line.x2 = printx
line.y1 = oldy
line.y2 = printy
print("("..line.x1..", "..line.y1.."), ("..line.x2..", "..line.y2..")")
line.body = love.physics.newBody(world, 0, 0, "static")
line.shape = love.physics.newEdgeShape(printx, printy, oldx, oldy)
line.fixture = love.physics.newFixture(line.body, line.shape, 5)
table.insert(objects.lines, line)
oldx = printx
oldy = printy
function love.keypressed(button)
if button == "space" then
pause = not pause
function love.draw()"\nSpace to play/pause"), 0.18, 0.05) --set the drawing color to red for the ball"fill", objects.ball.body:getX() - Camera.x, objects.ball.body:getY() - Camera.y, objects.ball.shape:getRadius())
for _, block in pairs(objects.lineConnects) do"fill", block.body:getX() - Camera.x, block.body:getY() - Camera.y, 0, 0, 5, 5) --:getWorldPoints(block.shape:getPoints()))
for _, line in pairs(objects.lines) do line.x1 - Camera.x, line.y1 - Camera.y, line.x2 - Camera.x, line.y2 - Camera.y) --:getWorldPoints(block.shape:getPoints()))
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