Provides a roll-up of all user-visible modules and symbols in pydrake.
Things to note:
- The .all modules in pydrake are intended as convenient end-user shortcut for interactive or tutorial use. Please only use it for prototyping, but do not use it in production code.
- Code within pydrake itself should not use the all shortcut, but rather import only exactly what is needed.
- The downsides of importing an .all module are (a) pulling in additional dependencies, (b) the potential to lose a symbol if there is a conflict (e.g. something like pydrake.multibody.shapes.Element vs pydrake.multibody.collision.Element (which does not exist yet)), and (c) deprecated symbols could get removed without warning from all modules.
- Deprecated modules will not be incorporated in all modules, because otherwise, all would emit noisy deprecation warnings, or if they are suppressed, subseqeuent imports of those deprecated modules will not trigger warnings.
Import order matters! If there is a name conflict, the last one imported wins.
To see example usages, please see doc/python_bindings.rst.