How to drag cpBody using UIPanGestureRecognizer coordinates?

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How to drag cpBody using UIPanGestureRecognizer coordinates?

Postby jvanbev1 » Mon Nov 03, 2014 4:22 pm

I am not using cocos2D, just straight up Chipmunk. When I drag using a UIPanGestureRecognizer, I want the cpBody to move where my finger is! Then when I raise my finger, it begins to drop (with some angular velocity in the direction I was dragging it). How do I do this?! I was looking at this...viewtopic.php?t=1598 But I feel it's not the best way.

Any advice would be great thanks!

As of now I have...

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    CGPoint location = [gesture locationInView:gesture.view.superview];
   
    if(gesture.state == UIGestureRecognizerStateBegan){
        mouse = cpMouseNew(space);
        cpMouseMove(mouse, cpv(location.x, location.y));
        cpMouseGrab(mouse, cpv(location.x, location.y));
    }
    else if (gesture.state == UIGestureRecognizerStateChanged) {
        //move the mouse to the click
        cpMouseMove(mouse, cpv(location.x, location.y));
       
        if(mouse->grabbedBody == nil){
            //if there's no associated grabbed object
            // try get one
            cpMouseGrab(mouse, cpv(location.x, location.y));
        }
    }
    else if (gesture.state == UIGestureRecognizerStateEnded){
        cpMouseRelease(mouse);
    }


and using cpMouse...

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#include "cpMouse.h"
#include <stdlib.h>


static void
mouseUpdateVelocity(cpBody *body,
                    cpVect gravity,
                    cpFloat damping,
                    cpFloat dt)
{
    cpMouse *mouse = (cpMouse *)body->data;
   
    /*
     *  Calculate the velocity based on the distance moved since the
     *  last time we calculated velocity. We use a weighted average
     *  of the new velocity and the old velocity to make everything
     *  a bit smoother.
     */
    cpVect newVelocity = cpvmult(mouse->moved, 1.0f / dt);
   
    body->v = cpvadd(cpvmult(body->v, 0.7f),
                     cpvmult(newVelocity, 0.3f));
   
    mouse->moved = cpvzero;
}

static void
mouseUpdatePosition(cpBody *body,
                    cpFloat dt)
{
}

cpMouse *
cpMouseAlloc()
{
    return (cpMouse *)malloc(sizeof(cpMouse));
}

cpMouse *
cpMouseInit(cpMouse *mouse, cpSpace *space)
{
    mouse->space = space;
    mouse->grabbedBody = NULL;
    mouse->moved = cpvzero;
   
    mouse->body = cpBodyNew(INFINITY, INFINITY);
    mouse->body->velocity_func = mouseUpdateVelocity;
    mouse->body->position_func = mouseUpdatePosition;
    mouse->body->data = (void *)mouse;
   
    mouse->shape = cpCircleShapeNew(mouse->body, 3.0f, cpvzero);
    mouse->shape->layers = (unsigned int)(1 << 31);
   
    mouse->joint = NULL;
   
    cpSpaceAddBody(mouse->space, mouse->body);
    cpSpaceAddShape(mouse->space, mouse->shape);
   
    return mouse;
}

cpMouse *
cpMouseNew(cpSpace *space)
{
    return cpMouseInit(cpMouseAlloc(), space);
}

void
cpMouseDestroy(cpMouse *mouse)
{
    cpMouseRelease(mouse);
   
    cpSpaceRemoveShape(mouse->space, mouse->shape);
    cpSpaceRemoveBody(mouse->space, mouse->body);
   
    cpShapeFree(mouse->shape);
    cpBodyFree(mouse->body);
}

void
cpMouseFree(cpMouse *mouse)
{
    if (mouse) {
        cpMouseDestroy(mouse);
        free(mouse);
    }
}

cpVect
convertPointToCGPoint(cpVect originalPosition, int height)
{
    return cpv(originalPosition.x, originalPosition.y + height);
}

void
cpMouseMove(cpMouse *mouse, cpVect position)
{
    mouse->moved = cpvadd(mouse->moved,
                          cpvsub(position, mouse->body->p));
    mouse->body->p = position;
}

void
cpMouseGrab(cpMouse *mouse, cpVect point)
{
    cpMouseRelease(mouse);
   
    mouse->grabbedBody = NULL;
   
    cpShape *shape = cpSpacePointQueryFirst(mouse->space, point, (unsigned int)(1 << 31), 0);
   
    if (shape) {
        mouse->grabbedBody = shape->body;
        mouse->joint = cpPivotJointNew2(mouse->body,
                                        mouse->grabbedBody,
                                        cpvzero,
                                        cpBodyWorld2Local(mouse->grabbedBody, point));
        mouse->joint->maxForce = 30000.0f;
        //mouse->joint->biasCoef = 0.15f;
        cpSpaceAddConstraint(mouse->space, mouse->joint);
    }
}

void
cpMouseRelease(cpMouse *mouse)
{
    if (!mouse->joint) {
        return;
    }
   
    cpSpaceRemoveConstraint(mouse->space, mouse->joint);
    cpConstraintFree(mouse->joint);
    mouse->joint = NULL;
   
    mouse->grabbedBody = NULL;
}


But it's very jumpy and sometimes the bodies go out of the screen, sometimes they freeze...etc. Also there is a problem with converting the view location vs the shape location. I can't use the ccConvertPointToGL because I'm not using cocos2d.
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