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FRC Team 3512's software resource website sources.
The postseason source code for the 2018 FRC robot.
LiveGrapher graphs data received over a network in real time (useful for tuning feedback controllers).
The source code for the 2018 FRC robot.
The FRC 2016 scouting form.
The source code for the 2015 FRC robot.
Performs image processing on an MJPEG stream, then forwards it to the DriverStationDisplay and sends control commands to the robot.
Provides the robot's drivers with a heads-up display and a drop-down menu for selecting the autonomous mode.
The source code for the 2017 FRC robot.
Contains modules we've written over the last few years that are either written well enough or useful enough to be reused.
The FRC 2015 scouting form as an Android app.
The FRC 2015 scouting form.
The source code for the 2011 FRC robot.
The source code for the 2016 FRC robot.
The source code for the 2014 FRC robot.
The source code for the 2013 FRC robot.
The source code for the 2012 FRC robot.
The source code for the 2017 test board.
FRC Team 3512's software team introduction presentations.
Application Loading Framework - Reloads the robot code's kernel module to obviate the need to reboot the cRIO.
A port of SFML 2.0's network and system libraries to VxWorks 6.3.
rlogin daemon for VxWorks
This framework allows FRC teams using C++ to use the scripting language AngelScript on their robot. It relies on the VxWorks port of AngelScript.
The source code for the 2013 FRC offseason robot.
Sends a given file to a remote location via FTP. (Used for sending robot code to the cRIO)