RTT DictionaryThis page containts a list of terms used in RTT (and Orocos in general).
- An Activity object executes the ExecutionEngine, which in turn executes programs, state machines, processes, incoming commands, incoming events and finally executes the user code.
- An activity can be: activity, periodic activity, non-periodic activity, sequential activity, slave activity...
- Attributes are solely for run-time values.
- You can alter the attributes of any task, program or state machine. Click below to read the rest of this post.
This is a work in progress
This part creates components that use your custom type, and demonstrates that Orocos does not know anything about these types.
FilesSee the attachments at the bottom of Developing plugins and toolkits.
To buildIn a shell
cd /path/to/plugins mkdir build cd build cmake .. -DOROCOS_TARGET=macosx -DENABLE_CORBA=OFF make
For other operating systems substitute the appopriate value for "macosx" when setting OROCOS_TARGET (e.g. "gnulinux").
Tested in Mac OS X Leopard 10.5.7. Click below to read the rest of this post.
Future home of FAQ
This page describes the steps to take in order to compile the real-time toolkit (RTT) on a Windows machine, under MinGW and pthreads-32.
The following has been tested on Windows XP, running in a virtual machine on Mac OS X Leopard.
- Not all RTT tests pass
- TAO does not completely build
- CORBA support in RTT untested due to the above
Warning: the default GCC 3.4.5 compiler in MinGW outputs a lot of warnings when compiling RTT. Click below to read the rest of this post.
Click on one of the links on the left for the documentation of the latest RTT version.
Click on one of the links on the left for the documentation of the 1.0.x releases.