RoboCup PCB Repository
Welcome to the Georgia Tech RoboJackets repository for management and storage of RoboCup's hardware files! Additional information about the team and current projects can be found on the RoboJackets Website and the RoboJacket Wiki.
If you are a new member to the RoboCup electrical team and have never used git version control before, we highly recommend that you familiarize yourself with it by reading this guide.
Sponsor Thank You!
- Maxon (discount of EC45 and EC16 motors)
- PCBWay (donation of PCB fabrication runs)
- Texas Instruments (donation of ICs)
Using this Repository
Most CAD files found here are EAGLE files. However, very few older archived files were created using PCB (a program that is part of the gEDA project). Users will find the following items here:
- Control, Kicker, and Radio files
- RoboCup libraries
- DRU rulesets (for checking for errors)
Setup libraries in EAGLE
Downloading the libraries
Once your computer is setup with git, the following lines can be used on any operating system within a terminal configured with git. Users who are using a GUI interface for git should simply add the respective repositories through the interface.
# Download the initial files git clone https://github.com/robojackets/robocup-pcb # Go into our new directory cd robocup-pcb # Download additional mtrain pcbs git submodule update --init
Add the new directory locations to EAGLE:
From EAGLE's Control Panel, navigate to the Directories window: Options -> Directories.
Find the Libraries text box, and add the directory paths where the repositories were cloned from step 1. Don't forget to also include the path for the RoboJackets libraries!
# Check which files will removed git clean -d -x -n # After being sure which files are deleted git clean -d -x -f # Download additional mtrain pcbs git submodule update --init
This project is licensed under the Apache License v2.0. See the LICENSE file for more information.