Orocos Real-Time Toolkit 2.5.0
The TaskContext can provides and requires services and has an ExecutionEngine that executes its functions. More...
|A class for keeping track of Attribute, Constant and Property objects of a TaskContext. More...|
|The Interface of a TaskContext which exposes its data-flow ports. More...|
|class||RTT::OperationCaller< SignatureT >|
|A OperationCaller serves as a placeholder (aka 'proxy') for a remote Operation. More...|
Properties can be hierarchically stored and be introspected for their type and contents.
Invoking synchronous and asynchronous methods.
|Data Flow Ports|
Ports send or receive data from other components.
The TaskContext can provides and requires services and has an ExecutionEngine that executes its functions.
A Service is split in three interface classes, each serving a specific type of communication in a control application. These are: configuration, data communication or execution of functionality.