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Bullet Continuous Collision Detection and Physics Library
Copyright (c) 2003-2006 Erwin Coumans  http://continuousphysics.com/Bullet/

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 * @mainpage Bullet Documentation
 * @section intro_sec Introduction
 * Bullet Collision Detection & Physics SDK
 * Bullet is a Collision Detection and Rigid Body Dynamics Library. The Library is Open Source and free for commercial use, under the ZLib license ( http://opensource.org/licenses/zlib-license.php ).
 * There is the Physics Forum for Feedback and bteral Collision Detection and Physics discussions.
 * Please visit http://www.continuousphysics.com/Bullet/phpBB2/index.php
 * @section install_sec Installation
 * @subsection step1 Step 1: Download
 * You can download the Bullet Physics Library from our website: http://www.continuousphysics.com/Bullet/
 * @subsection step2 Step 2: Building
 * Bullet comes with autogenerated Project Files for Microsoft Visual Studio 6, 7, 7.1 and 8.
 * The main Workspace/Solution is located in Bullet/msvc/8/wksbullet.sln (replace 8 with your version).
 * Under other platforms, like Linux or Mac OS-X, Bullet can be build using either using cmake, http://www.cmake.org, or jam, http://www.perforce.com/jam/jam.html . cmake can autogenerate Xcode, KDevelop, MSVC and other build systems. just run cmake . in the root of Bullet.
 * Jam is a build system that can build the library, demos and also autogenerate the MSVC Project Files.
 * So if you are not using MSVC, you can run configure and jam .
 * If you don't have jam installed, you can make jam from the included jam-2.5 sources, or download jam from ftp://ftp.perforce.com/pub/jam/
 * @subsection step3 Step 3: Testing demos
 * Try to run and experiment with CcdPhysicsDemo executable as a starting point.
 * Bullet can be used in several ways, as Full Rigid Body simulation, as Collision Detector Library or Low Level / Snippets like the GJK Closest Point calculation.
 * The Dependencies can be seen in this documentation under Directories
 * @subsection step4 Step 4: Integrating in your application, Full Rigid Body Simulation
 * Check out CcdPhysicsDemo how to create a btDynamicsWorld, btRigidBody and btCollisionShape, Stepping the simulation and synchronizing your graphics object transform.
 * PLEASE NOTE THE CcdPhysicsEnvironment and CcdPhysicsController is obsolete and will be removed. It has been replaced by classes derived frmo btDynamicsWorld and btRididBody
 * @subsection step5 Step 5 : Integrate the Collision Detection Library (without Dynamics and other Extras)
 * Bullet Collision Detection can also be used without the Dynamics/Extras.
 * Check out btCollisionWorld and btCollisionObject, and the CollisionInterfaceDemo. Also in Extras/test_BulletOde.cpp there is a sample Collision Detection integration with Open Dynamics Engine, ODE, http://www.ode.org
 * @subsection step6 Step 6 : Use Snippets like the GJK Closest Point calculation.
 * Bullet has been designed in a modular way keeping dependencies to a minimum. The ConvexHullDistance demo demonstrates direct use of btGjkPairDetector.
 * @section copyright Copyright
 * Copyright (C) 2005-2007 Erwin Coumans, some contributions Copyright Gino van den Bergen, Christer Ericson, Simon Hobbs, Ricardo Padrela, F Richter(res), Stephane Redon
 * Special thanks to all visitors of the Bullet Physics forum, and in particular above contributors, Dave Eberle, Dirk Gregorius, Erin Catto, Dave Eberle, Adam Moravanszky,
 * Pierre Terdiman, Kenny Erleben, Russell Smith, Oliver Strunk, Jan Paul van Waveren, Marten Svanfeldt.


class btStackAlloc;
class btCollisionShape;
class btConvexShape;
class btBroadphaseInterface;
#include "../../LinearMath/btVector3.h"
#include "../../LinearMath/btTransform.h"
#include "btCollisionObject.h"
#include "btCollisionDispatcher.h" //for definition of btCollisionObjectArray
#include "../BroadphaseCollision/btOverlappingPairCache.h"
#include "../../LinearMath/btAlignedObjectArray.h"

///CollisionWorld is interface and container for the collision detection
00079 class btCollisionWorld


      btAlignedObjectArray<btCollisionObject*>  m_collisionObjects;
      btDispatcher*     m_dispatcher1;

      btDispatcherInfo  m_dispatchInfo;

      btStackAlloc*     m_stackAlloc;

      btOverlappingPairCache* m_broadphasePairCache;
      bool  m_ownsDispatcher;
      bool  m_ownsBroadphasePairCache;


      //this constructor doesn't own the dispatcher and paircache/broadphase
      btCollisionWorld(btDispatcher* dispatcher,btOverlappingPairCache* pairCache, int stackSize = 2*1024*1024);

      virtual ~btCollisionWorld();

      btBroadphaseInterface*  getBroadphase()
            return m_broadphasePairCache;

      btOverlappingPairCache* getPairCache()
            return m_broadphasePairCache;

      btDispatcher*     getDispatcher()
            return m_dispatcher1;

      ///LocalShapeInfo gives extra information for complex shapes
      ///Currently, only btTriangleMeshShape is available, so it just contains triangleIndex and subpart
00124       struct      LocalShapeInfo
            int   m_shapePart;
            int   m_triangleIndex;
            //const btCollisionShape*     m_shapeTemp;
            //const btTransform*    m_shapeLocalTransform;

      struct      LocalRayResult
            LocalRayResult(btCollisionObject*   collisionObject, 
                  LocalShapeInfo*   localShapeInfo,
                  const btVector3&        hitNormalLocal,
                  btScalar hitFraction)

            btCollisionObject*            m_collisionObject;
            LocalShapeInfo*               m_localShapeInfo;
            btVector3                     m_hitNormalLocal;
            btScalar                      m_hitFraction;


      ///RayResultCallback is used to report new raycast results
00154       struct      RayResultCallback
            virtual ~RayResultCallback()
            btScalar    m_closestHitFraction;
            bool  HasHit()
                  return (m_closestHitFraction < btScalar(1.));

            virtual     btScalar    AddSingleResult(LocalRayResult& rayResult) = 0;

      struct      ClosestRayResultCallback : public RayResultCallback
            ClosestRayResultCallback(const btVector3& rayFromWorld,const btVector3& rayToWorld)

            btVector3   m_rayFromWorld;//used to calculate hitPointWorld from hitFraction
            btVector3   m_rayToWorld;

            btVector3   m_hitNormalWorld;
            btVector3   m_hitPointWorld;
            btCollisionObject*      m_collisionObject;
            virtual     btScalar    AddSingleResult(LocalRayResult& rayResult)

//caller already does the filter on the m_closestHitFraction
                  assert(rayResult.m_hitFraction <= m_closestHitFraction);
                  m_closestHitFraction = rayResult.m_hitFraction;
                  m_collisionObject = rayResult.m_collisionObject;
                  m_hitNormalWorld = m_collisionObject->getWorldTransform().getBasis()*rayResult.m_hitNormalLocal;
                  return rayResult.m_hitFraction;


      int   getNumCollisionObjects() const
            return int(m_collisionObjects.size());

      /// rayTest performs a raycast on all objects in the btCollisionWorld, and calls the resultCallback
      /// This allows for several queries: first hit, all hits, any hit, dependent on the value returned by the callback.
      void  rayTest(const btVector3& rayFromWorld, const btVector3& rayToWorld, RayResultCallback& resultCallback, short int collisionFilterMask=-1);

      /// rayTestSingle performs a raycast call and calls the resultCallback. It is used internally by rayTest.
      /// In a future implementation, we consider moving the ray test as a virtual method in btCollisionShape.
      /// This allows more customization.
      static void rayTestSingle(const btTransform& rayFromTrans,const btTransform& rayToTrans,
                                btCollisionObject* collisionObject,
                                const btCollisionShape* collisionShape,
                                const btTransform& colObjWorldTransform,
                                RayResultCallback& resultCallback, short int collisionFilterMask=-1);

      /// objectQuerySingle performs a collision detection query and calls the resultCallback. It is used internally by rayTest.
      static void objectQuerySingle(const btConvexShape* castShape, const btTransform& rayFromTrans,const btTransform& rayToTrans,
                                btCollisionObject* collisionObject,
                                const btCollisionShape* collisionShape,
                                const btTransform& colObjWorldTransform,
                                RayResultCallback& resultCallback, short int collisionFilterMask=-1);

      void  addCollisionObject(btCollisionObject* collisionObject,short int collisionFilterGroup=1,short int collisionFilterMask=1);

      btCollisionObjectArray& getCollisionObjectArray()
            return m_collisionObjects;

      const btCollisionObjectArray& getCollisionObjectArray() const
            return m_collisionObjects;

      void  removeCollisionObject(btCollisionObject* collisionObject);

      virtual void      performDiscreteCollisionDetection();

      btDispatcherInfo& getDispatchInfo()
            return m_dispatchInfo;



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