path/hpp-core

Humanoid Path Planner (Basic classes for general path planning)
Directory:
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Package version:
hpp-core-3.1.0r1
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License:
gnu-lgpl-v2
Source archive:
ftp://ftp.openrobots.org/pub/openrobots/hpp-core/hpp-core-3.1.0.tar.gz
http://www.openrobots.org/distfiles/hpp-core/hpp-core-3.1.0.tar.gz
Description:
hppCore implements basic classes used as interfaces with KineoWorks(tm). The main classes are: * ChppDevice: implement a humanoid robot with a dynamical model. * ChppProblem: define a canonical path planning problem. * ChppPlanner: contains a vector of above path planning problems to implement iterative planning algorithms that use several instaciations of a robot. This package and depending packages implementing algorithms can be used with or without GUI, depending on whether we are developing and debugging new algorithms or we want to run the algorithms on-board a robot. Upon some events (a problem is added in ChppPlanner object, a path has been planned, ...), notifications are sent. * When working with the GUI, these notification are caught by the interface and objects are added in the view, * when working without interface, the notification have no effet.
Run dependencies:
boost-libs>=1.34.1, boost-libs>=1.34.1, boost-libs>=1.34.1, boost-libs>=1.34.1, hpp-constraints>=3.1.0, hpp-model>=3.1.1, hpp-statistics>=1.0.0, hpp-util>=0.8, libstdc++
Build dependencies:
boost-headers>=1.34.1, cmake>=2.6, digest>=20080510, doxygen>=1.5, eigen3>=3.2.0, g++>=3, gcc>=3, patch>=2.0, pax, pkg-config>=0.22, pkg_install>=20110805.7, tnftp>=20091122
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