Asynchronous FRC Programming Library
Copy all the files in the src directory into your Java FRC project. From there, you can check out the mortorq for examples on how to use the library.
How it works
I'll add some examples here soon.
- Fork the project, modify it, send a pull request.
- File an issue.
All code that can be tested, for example parts of the code that do not use any cRIO-specific features, must have tests.
I'm open to any suggestions!
WPILibJ's license is in the
WPILib LICENSE.txt file. The license for morlib
(MIT License) can be found in the