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{{param|WeldJoint|joint|The new WeldJoint.}}

Revision as of 14:15, 9 April 2012

Available since LÖVE 0.8.0
This function is not supported in earlier versions.

Create a friction joint between two bodies. A WeldJoint essentially glues two bodies together.

Function

Synopsis

joint = love.physics.newWeldJoint( body1, body2, x, y, collideConnected )

Arguments

Body body1
The first body to attach to the joint.
Body body2
The second body to attach to the joint.
number x
The x position of the anchor point.
number y
The y position of the anchor point.
boolean collideConnected (false)
Specifies whether the two bodies should collide with each other.

Returns

WeldJoint joint
The new WeldJoint.

See Also

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