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Raspoid

The aim of this project is to provide you with all necessary tools to easily create and develop custom robots in Java, based on a Raspberry Pi and multiple types of sensors, motors and actuators. If you like Lego, the framework allows you to interact with official Lego (R) Mindstrom NXT components such as motors and sensors via the BrickPi hardware. But the project also allows you to integrate cheaper and universal additional components such as an accelerometer, an ultrasound sensor, different type of buttons, an LCD, a camera, etc.

Website: http://raspoid.com/.

Authors

Dependencies

This Raspoid framework uses a few other libraries:

This project is licensed under LGPLv3 http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl-3.0.en.html, with one exception for the file ./src/main/com/raspoid/network/Pushbullet.java which uses Tyrus (GPLv2) and is then licensed under GPLv2.

Getting started with Raspoid

git clone https://github.com/Raspoid/raspoid

gradlew eclipse

In eclipse import -> Gradle project

Open the file gradle.properties: update the piHostname, piUsername and piPassword with you credentials or set useKey to true and put the path to your key from your home folder in the keyPath parameter.

To stop git from adding this file to future commit, enter the command

git update-index --assume-unchanged gradle.properties

To build and deploy the jar inluding all the dependencies on the raspberry pi run the command

gradlew deployToPi

To run and debug the application enter the command

gradle debugOnPi -PentryPoint=com.raspoid.brickpi.examples.SoundSensorExample

The debugger port is 8000 by default. The application is stuck at the beginning waiting for eclipse to connect.

To configure eclipse go to Run -> Debug configuration, then Remote Java application -> New.

Select raspoid as project, enter the right host address and 8000 as port, enter a debug configuration name 'remote_raspoid' then apply and quit.

Now launching this debug configuration after the debugOnPi task should launch the debug perspective and allow you to debug your application.

Always kill the application from eclipse so that the socket is closed properly and gradlew finishes.

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