Trait valence::layer::chunk::Chunk

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pub trait Chunk {
Show 18 methods // Required methods fn height(&self) -> u32; fn block_state(&self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32) -> BlockState; fn set_block_state( &mut self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32, block: BlockState ) -> BlockState; fn fill_block_state_section(&mut self, sect_y: u32, block: BlockState); fn block_entity(&self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32) -> Option<&Compound>; fn block_entity_mut( &mut self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32 ) -> Option<&mut Compound>; fn set_block_entity( &mut self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32, block_entity: Option<Compound> ) -> Option<Compound>; fn clear_block_entities(&mut self); fn biome(&self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32) -> BiomeId; fn set_biome(&mut self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32, biome: BiomeId) -> BiomeId; fn fill_biome_section(&mut self, sect_y: u32, biome: BiomeId); fn shrink_to_fit(&mut self); // Provided methods fn block(&self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32) -> BlockRef<'_> { ... } fn set_block( &mut self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32, block: impl IntoBlock ) -> Block { ... } fn fill_blocks(&mut self, block: impl IntoBlock) { ... } fn fill_block_states(&mut self, block: BlockState) { ... } fn fill_biomes(&mut self, biome: BiomeId) { ... } fn clear(&mut self) { ... }
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Common operations on chunks. Notable implementors are LoadedChunk and UnloadedChunk.

Required Methods§

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fn height(&self) -> u32

Gets the height of this chunk in meters or blocks.

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fn block_state(&self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32) -> BlockState

Gets the block state at the provided position in this chunk. x and z are in the range 0..16 while y is in the range 0..height.

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May panic if the position is out of bounds.

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fn set_block_state( &mut self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32, block: BlockState ) -> BlockState

Sets the block state at the provided position in this chunk. x and z are in the range 0..16 while y is in the range 0..height. The previous block state at the position is returned.

NOTE: This is a low-level function which may break expected invariants for block entities. Prefer Self::set_block if performance is not a concern.

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May panic if the position is out of bounds.

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fn fill_block_state_section(&mut self, sect_y: u32, block: BlockState)

Replaces all the block states in a section with the provided block state.

NOTE: This is a low-level function which may break expected invariants for block entities. Prefer Self::set_block if performance is not a concern.

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May panic if the section offset is out of bounds.

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fn block_entity(&self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32) -> Option<&Compound>

Gets the block entity at the provided position in this chunk. x and z are in the range 0..16 while y is in the range 0..height.

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May panic if the position is out of bounds.

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fn block_entity_mut(&mut self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32) -> Option<&mut Compound>

Gets a mutable reference to the block entity at the provided position in this chunk. x and z are in the range 0..16 while y is in the range 0..height.

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May panic if the position is out of bounds.

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fn set_block_entity( &mut self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32, block_entity: Option<Compound> ) -> Option<Compound>

Sets the block entity at the provided position in this chunk. x and z are in the range 0..16 while y is in the range 0..height. The previous block entity at the position is returned.

NOTE: This is a low-level function which may break expected invariants for block entities. Prefer Self::set_block if performance is not a concern.

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May panic if the position is out of bounds.

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fn clear_block_entities(&mut self)

Removes all block entities from the chunk.

NOTE: This is a low-level function which may break expected invariants for block entities. Prefer Self::set_block if performance is not a concern.

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fn biome(&self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32) -> BiomeId

Gets the biome at the provided position in this chunk. x and z are in the range 0..4 while y is in the range 0..height / 4.

Note that biomes are 4x4x4 segments of a chunk, so the xyz arguments to this method differ from those to Self::block_state and Self::block_entity.

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May panic if the position is out of bounds.

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fn set_biome(&mut self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32, biome: BiomeId) -> BiomeId

Sets the biome at the provided position in this chunk. The Previous biome at the position is returned. x and z are in the range 0..4 while y is in the range 0..height / 4.

Note that biomes are 4x4x4 segments of a chunk, so the xyz arguments to this method differ from those to Self::block_state and Self::block_entity.

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May panic if the position is out of bounds.

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fn fill_biome_section(&mut self, sect_y: u32, biome: BiomeId)

Replaces all the biomes in a section with the provided biome.

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May panic if the section offset is out of bounds.

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fn shrink_to_fit(&mut self)

Attempts to optimize this chunk by reducing its memory usage or other characteristics. This may be a relatively expensive operation.

This method must not alter the semantics of the chunk in any observable way.

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fn block(&self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32) -> BlockRef<'_>

Gets the block at the provided position in this chunk. x and z are in the range 0..16 while y is in the range 0..height.

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May panic if the position is out of bounds.

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fn set_block(&mut self, x: u32, y: u32, z: u32, block: impl IntoBlock) -> Block

Sets the block at the provided position in this chunk. x and z are in the range 0..16 while y is in the range 0..height. The previous block at the position is returned.

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May panic if the position is out of bounds.

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fn fill_blocks(&mut self, block: impl IntoBlock)

Sets all the blocks in the entire chunk to the provided block.

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fn fill_block_states(&mut self, block: BlockState)

Replaces all block states in the entire chunk with the provided block state.

NOTE: This is a low-level function which may break expected invariants for block entities. Prefer Self::fill_blocks instead.

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fn fill_biomes(&mut self, biome: BiomeId)

Sets all the biomes in the entire chunk to the provided biome.

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fn clear(&mut self)

Sets all blocks and biomes in this chunk to the default values. The height of the chunk is not modified.

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This trait is not object safe.

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