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OpenRTSystemBuilder

  • Author: Yuki Suga
  • E-mail: ysuga at ysuga.net
  • Date : since 2011/08/05

Contents

  • Objective & Goal
  • Characteristics
  • Target System and Dependency
  • Usage and References
  • Link

Objective & Goal

My goal is to create easy-accessable RTSystemProfile library.
This also includes NamingService library.

This library encapsulate some complicated process. Please see RTSystemBuilder.java.
This library also allows you to create RT-component more interactively.
Compiling JavaDoc also help you a lot!

Characteristics

  • OpenRTSystemBuilder allows you to read / write RTSytemProfile.
  • OpenRTSystemBuilder also enables to build/activate /deactivate/reset/destroy RT-System on-line.

Target System and Dependency

OpenRTSystemBuilder depends on…

OpenRTM-aist 1.0 Java: http://www.openrtm.org/

Usage and References

  • Download all dependencies. I usually place OpenRTM-aist(Java) in HOME directory. In this environment, I can access OpenRTM-aist-1.0.jar by /home/$(user_name)/OpenRTM-aist/1.0/jar/OpenRTM-aist-1.0.jar
  • Import existing Eclipse Project.
  • Define RTM_JAVA_ROOT Class path Variables in Eclipse (Menu > Window > Preferences > Java > Build Path > Classpath Variables) I usually use $(HOME)/OpenRTM-aist/1.0/jar as RTM_JAVA_ROOT.
  • Enjoy.

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