- European Robotics Forum 2011 Workshop on the Orocos Toolchain
- European Robotics Forum 2012: workshops
- Geometric relations semantics
- KDL wiki
- Kuka LBR user group
- Links of Orocos components
- OCL wiki
- RTT wiki
- Wiki for site admins
- iTaSC wiki
Using Git and Orocos
Getting started with gitFor a very good git introduction, see Using git without feeling stupid part 1 and part 2 !
It's a 10 minutes read which really pays off.
SVN users can use this reference for learning the first commands: http://git.or.cz/course/svn.html
Cloning the repository
The git repositories of the Orocos Toolchain (v2.x only) are located at http://www.gitorious.org/orocos-toolchain .
Check out the rtt or ocl repositories and submit patches by using
git clone git://gitorious.org/orocos-toolchain/rtt.git cd orocos-rtt...hack hack hack on master branch...
git add <changed files> git commit... repeat ...
git format-patch origin/masterAnd send out the resulting patch(es).
If origin/master moved forward, then do
git fetch origin/master git rebase origin/masterFetch copies the remote changes to your local repository, but doesn't update your current branch. rebase first removes your patches, the applies the fetched patches and then re-applies your personal patches on the fetched changes. In case of conflicts, see the tutorial on top of this page or man git-rebase