|Submitted by snrkiwi on Sun, 2011-09-18 19:33|
|Submitted by peter on Fri, 2011-07-08 09:48|
Based on the Orocos Toolchain v2.4.0, this release fixes the 'type mismatch' issue for Ubuntu Lucid users. Also other small fixes for the Orocos-ROS integration have been applied, such as a cmake problem when generating typekits and generating a correct header file name in the typekit/ subdirectory. This project is available on http://www.ros.org/wiki/orocos_toolchain_ros
|Submitted by peter on Fri, 2011-05-27 16:20|
A new major release of the Orocos Toolchain is available, the 4th since our 2.0 cycle started. This release confirms the trend of the previous releases: getting bugs out of the core libraries and extending/improving the tooling.
Notable improvements can be found in the rtt-lua scripting bindings, which is nearing its 1.0 release and widely used by now; a new appender for logging to Apache ChainSaw has been added to OCL's logging service; orogen/typegen has evolved further, including a generic POSIX mqueue transport and the RTT data flow implementation has been optimized to only have minimal copies of data. Various anoying bugs were fixed in RTT XML serialization, Taskbrowser and scripting.
|Submitted by peter on Tue, 2011-05-03 21:08|
A new bug-fix release is out, nailing down some of these annoying paper-cut class bugs. Click below to read the rest of this post.
|Submitted by peter on Wed, 2011-04-13 13:24|
The euRobotics Forum workshop on Orocos has been a great success. About 30
people attended and participated in the hands-on workshop. The Real-Time &
Open Source in Robotics track drew more than 60 people. Both tracks were
We would like to thank all participants for attending our workshop and the
enthousiasm with which they have completed it. We also appreciated the
feedback and we will certainly do something with that.
We have put all presentation material on-line on the workshop wiki pages,
see here for a direct link:
|Submitted by sspr on Mon, 2011-03-07 17:06|
Intermodalics, Locomotec and KU Leuven organize an Orocos hands-on workshop on April 7 at the euRobotics Forum 2011, held in Västerås, Sweden on April 6-8. This is the major annual networking event for academic and industrial robotics researchers and product developers. Attending this event is only 94€ which includes all meals served at the European Robotics Forum on April 6-8, including dinner and evening activities. The participants also get free access to the exhibition and three full days of interesting seminars and sessions.
We are setting up a workshop webpage where participants can find the instructions on how to prepare for this workshop. Registration for the workshop is required, registered users will also receive updates by email as the instruction are updated.
|Submitted by peter on Tue, 2011-03-01 15:20|
All the buzz was right, a new release was anxiously waiting to become official, only being released when all tests pass on all platforms. We got it rock-solid on various Linux flavors, Windows (Visual Studio) and Mac OS-X. Focusing on usability instead of features, it accumulates tons of suggestions and improvements offered by the community, translated in 262 patches alone for RTT between 2.2.0 and 2.3.0.
You can find all the relevant download links and documentation on this page: http://www.orocos.org/toolchain
|Submitted by Ruben Smits on Wed, 2011-02-09 13:04|
The Orocos Toolchain ROS stack developers are pleased to announce a new
release of the orocos_toolchain_ros stack
Debian packages are already available for unstable, diamondback and cturtle
(only for lucid and maverick) will be available soon.
Most important changes:
* We moved the development to GIT: the stack is available on
http://git.mech.kuleuven.be/robotics/orocos_toolchain_ros.git (only http
protocol is supported). Click below to read the rest of this post.
|Submitted by peter on Fri, 2011-01-28 14:28|
The v2.2.1 bugfix release of the Orocos toolchain is out. As usual, this release fixes issues discovered in the 2.2.0 release. Most notable improvements are:
- Bootstrapping (bootstrap.sh script) works in ROS environments. It will detect if you're in a ROS_ROOT environment and check your ROS_PACKAGE_PATH. OCL and RTT will install according to ROS 'standards'. Click below to read the rest of this post.
|Submitted by Wilm Decre on Wed, 2011-01-26 09:38|