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ecto package from ecto repo

ecto

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 0.6.12
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/plasmodic/ecto.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2018-05-14
Dev Status MAINTAINED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

Ecto is a hybrid C++/Python development framework for constructing and maintaining pipelines.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Vincent Rabaud
  • Daniel Stonier

Authors

  • Ethan Rublee
  • Troy Straszheim

Ecto

Ecto is a hybrid C++/Python development framework for constructing and maintaining pipelines. In Ecto, pipelines are constructed in terms of processing units, Cells, connected by data paths, Tendrils, that form Directed Acyclic Graphs, Plasms. Cells are typically written in C++, tendrils may be any type, and the plasm may be executed in a variety of clever ways. Python is uses as a the graph DSL.

Ecto may be found useful in domains such as perception, audio, or robotics.

To get started see the online docs at http://plasmodic.github.io/ecto/

Get and Build Ecto

These instructions are useful if you wish to work with Ecto from source, as a standalone library.

source

We use git for our source control. You can get a copy of our repo by doing the following:

git clone git://github.com/plasmodic/ecto.git

dependencies

Ecto requires

  • CMake

    : CMake is used for our build system, and you will need a version >= 2.8

  • Boost

    : Anything over 1.40 http://www.boost.org

  • Python

    : Ecto should work with 2.6 and up. You should have the development libraries. If you are bellow 2.7 you should install the argparse library

  • optional Sphinx

    : Docs are built with sphinx, >= v1.0.7

  • optional gtest

    : http://code.google.com/p/googletest

On ubuntu you can get most of these through apt:

sudo apt-get install cmake libboost-all-dev python-dev python-argparse python-yaml libgtest-dev

To build the docs, you should use a very recent version of Sphinx:

sudo easy_install -U sphinx

build

To build you should just follow a normal cmake recipe:

cd ecto
mkdir -p build
cd build
cmake ..
make

test

To validate ecto using our test suite, you may:

cd ecto/build
make
ctest

This should report zero test errors. If it does report an error, please tell us about it here: https://github.com/plasmodic/ecto/issues/new

docs

To create the latest documentation for Ecto:

sudo pip install -U catkin_sphinx
sphinx-build -b html ./doc/source/ ./doc/build

To build documentation for the kitchen: :

sphinx-build -b html ./doc/kitchen/ ./doc/build/

Then you can open up ecto/build/doc/html/index.html locally.

install

To install Ecto on your machine:

cd ecto/build
make install

use

See the documentation (http://plasmodic.github.io/ecto/) for detailed usage instructions.

CHANGELOG

0.6.12 (2016-04-17)

  • fix tests on Kinetic
  • fix PySide dependency
  • add missing implementation for executing That fixes #233
  • install the ecto library of test cells for users to utilise in their own tests.
  • checking for ecto-test target existence
  • Contributors: Daniel Stonier, Vincent Rabaud, edgarriba

0.6.11 (2015-09-21)

  • minor doc syntax fixes
  • saner installation instructions from source.
  • add missing includes to make headers compile standalone

    • add cstddef to introduce std::size_t
    • add parameters.hpp to its implementation (works because of #pragma once)
  • fix bsd-license check script Not all Copyright is (1.) from 2011 and (2.) by Willow Garage autofix is undefined if ECTO_LICENSE_AUTOFIX is not exported.

  • Re-add thread library to linker list Regression caused by 8e354b5aa8281ea8117fc93adb290998b7810be7

  • docs about various entities that affect graph execution, also other minor cleanups. Removed the redundancies in the install docs (2x install instructions and 2x dependencies) and cleaned the place up a bit.

  • Provide test for ecto::BREAK return value.

  • implement ecto::BREAK behavior This patch makes ecto schedule the next iteration through the plasm with ecto::BREAK as discussed in https://github.com/plasmodic/ecto/issues/251

  • remove some old Willow Garage URLs

  • update doc's url

  • Contributors: Daniel Stonier, Michael G

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

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Package Dependencies

No dependencies on ROS packages.

System Dependencies

Dependant Packages

No known dependants.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

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ecto package from ecto repo

ecto

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 0.6.12
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/plasmodic/ecto.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2018-05-14
Dev Status MAINTAINED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

Ecto is a hybrid C++/Python development framework for constructing and maintaining pipelines.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Vincent Rabaud
  • Daniel Stonier

Authors

  • Ethan Rublee
  • Troy Straszheim

Ecto

Ecto is a hybrid C++/Python development framework for constructing and maintaining pipelines. In Ecto, pipelines are constructed in terms of processing units, Cells, connected by data paths, Tendrils, that form Directed Acyclic Graphs, Plasms. Cells are typically written in C++, tendrils may be any type, and the plasm may be executed in a variety of clever ways. Python is uses as a the graph DSL.

Ecto may be found useful in domains such as perception, audio, or robotics.

To get started see the online docs at http://plasmodic.github.io/ecto/

Get and Build Ecto

These instructions are useful if you wish to work with Ecto from source, as a standalone library.

source

We use git for our source control. You can get a copy of our repo by doing the following:

git clone git://github.com/plasmodic/ecto.git

dependencies

Ecto requires

  • CMake

    : CMake is used for our build system, and you will need a version >= 2.8

  • Boost

    : Anything over 1.40 http://www.boost.org

  • Python

    : Ecto should work with 2.6 and up. You should have the development libraries. If you are bellow 2.7 you should install the argparse library

  • optional Sphinx

    : Docs are built with sphinx, >= v1.0.7

  • optional gtest

    : http://code.google.com/p/googletest

On ubuntu you can get most of these through apt:

sudo apt-get install cmake libboost-all-dev python-dev python-argparse python-yaml libgtest-dev

To build the docs, you should use a very recent version of Sphinx:

sudo easy_install -U sphinx

build

To build you should just follow a normal cmake recipe:

cd ecto
mkdir -p build
cd build
cmake ..
make

test

To validate ecto using our test suite, you may:

cd ecto/build
make
ctest

This should report zero test errors. If it does report an error, please tell us about it here: https://github.com/plasmodic/ecto/issues/new

docs

To create the latest documentation for Ecto:

sudo pip install -U catkin_sphinx
sphinx-build -b html ./doc/source/ ./doc/build

To build documentation for the kitchen: :

sphinx-build -b html ./doc/kitchen/ ./doc/build/

Then you can open up ecto/build/doc/html/index.html locally.

install

To install Ecto on your machine:

cd ecto/build
make install

use

See the documentation (http://plasmodic.github.io/ecto/) for detailed usage instructions.

CHANGELOG

0.6.12 (2016-04-17)

  • fix tests on Kinetic
  • fix PySide dependency
  • add missing implementation for executing That fixes #233
  • install the ecto library of test cells for users to utilise in their own tests.
  • checking for ecto-test target existence
  • Contributors: Daniel Stonier, Vincent Rabaud, edgarriba

0.6.11 (2015-09-21)

  • minor doc syntax fixes
  • saner installation instructions from source.
  • add missing includes to make headers compile standalone

    • add cstddef to introduce std::size_t
    • add parameters.hpp to its implementation (works because of #pragma once)
  • fix bsd-license check script Not all Copyright is (1.) from 2011 and (2.) by Willow Garage autofix is undefined if ECTO_LICENSE_AUTOFIX is not exported.

  • Re-add thread library to linker list Regression caused by 8e354b5aa8281ea8117fc93adb290998b7810be7

  • docs about various entities that affect graph execution, also other minor cleanups. Removed the redundancies in the install docs (2x install instructions and 2x dependencies) and cleaned the place up a bit.

  • Provide test for ecto::BREAK return value.

  • implement ecto::BREAK behavior This patch makes ecto schedule the next iteration through the plasm with ecto::BREAK as discussed in https://github.com/plasmodic/ecto/issues/251

  • remove some old Willow Garage URLs

  • update doc's url

  • Contributors: Daniel Stonier, Michael G

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

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ecto package from ecto repo

ecto

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 0.6.12
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/plasmodic/ecto.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2018-05-14
Dev Status MAINTAINED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

Ecto is a hybrid C++/Python development framework for constructing and maintaining pipelines.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Vincent Rabaud
  • Daniel Stonier

Authors

  • Ethan Rublee
  • Troy Straszheim

Ecto

Ecto is a hybrid C++/Python development framework for constructing and maintaining pipelines. In Ecto, pipelines are constructed in terms of processing units, Cells, connected by data paths, Tendrils, that form Directed Acyclic Graphs, Plasms. Cells are typically written in C++, tendrils may be any type, and the plasm may be executed in a variety of clever ways. Python is uses as a the graph DSL.

Ecto may be found useful in domains such as perception, audio, or robotics.

To get started see the online docs at http://plasmodic.github.io/ecto/

Get and Build Ecto

These instructions are useful if you wish to work with Ecto from source, as a standalone library.

source

We use git for our source control. You can get a copy of our repo by doing the following:

git clone git://github.com/plasmodic/ecto.git

dependencies

Ecto requires

  • CMake

    : CMake is used for our build system, and you will need a version >= 2.8

  • Boost

    : Anything over 1.40 http://www.boost.org

  • Python

    : Ecto should work with 2.6 and up. You should have the development libraries. If you are bellow 2.7 you should install the argparse library

  • optional Sphinx

    : Docs are built with sphinx, >= v1.0.7

  • optional gtest

    : http://code.google.com/p/googletest

On ubuntu you can get most of these through apt:

sudo apt-get install cmake libboost-all-dev python-dev python-argparse python-yaml libgtest-dev

To build the docs, you should use a very recent version of Sphinx:

sudo easy_install -U sphinx

build

To build you should just follow a normal cmake recipe:

cd ecto
mkdir -p build
cd build
cmake ..
make

test

To validate ecto using our test suite, you may:

cd ecto/build
make
ctest

This should report zero test errors. If it does report an error, please tell us about it here: https://github.com/plasmodic/ecto/issues/new

docs

To create the latest documentation for Ecto:

sudo pip install -U catkin_sphinx
sphinx-build -b html ./doc/source/ ./doc/build

To build documentation for the kitchen: :

sphinx-build -b html ./doc/kitchen/ ./doc/build/

Then you can open up ecto/build/doc/html/index.html locally.

install

To install Ecto on your machine:

cd ecto/build
make install

use

See the documentation (http://plasmodic.github.io/ecto/) for detailed usage instructions.

CHANGELOG

0.6.12 (2016-04-17)

  • fix tests on Kinetic
  • fix PySide dependency
  • add missing implementation for executing That fixes #233
  • install the ecto library of test cells for users to utilise in their own tests.
  • checking for ecto-test target existence
  • Contributors: Daniel Stonier, Vincent Rabaud, edgarriba

0.6.11 (2015-09-21)

  • minor doc syntax fixes
  • saner installation instructions from source.
  • add missing includes to make headers compile standalone

    • add cstddef to introduce std::size_t
    • add parameters.hpp to its implementation (works because of #pragma once)
  • fix bsd-license check script Not all Copyright is (1.) from 2011 and (2.) by Willow Garage autofix is undefined if ECTO_LICENSE_AUTOFIX is not exported.

  • Re-add thread library to linker list Regression caused by 8e354b5aa8281ea8117fc93adb290998b7810be7

  • docs about various entities that affect graph execution, also other minor cleanups. Removed the redundancies in the install docs (2x install instructions and 2x dependencies) and cleaned the place up a bit.

  • Provide test for ecto::BREAK return value.

  • implement ecto::BREAK behavior This patch makes ecto schedule the next iteration through the plasm with ecto::BREAK as discussed in https://github.com/plasmodic/ecto/issues/251

  • remove some old Willow Garage URLs

  • update doc's url

  • Contributors: Daniel Stonier, Michael G

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged ecto at answers.ros.org

No version for distro ardent. Known supported distros are highlighted in the buttons above.

ecto package from ecto repo

ecto

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 0.6.12
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/plasmodic/ecto.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2018-05-14
Dev Status MAINTAINED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

Ecto is a hybrid C++/Python development framework for constructing and maintaining pipelines.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Vincent Rabaud
  • Daniel Stonier

Authors

  • Ethan Rublee
  • Troy Straszheim

Ecto

Ecto is a hybrid C++/Python development framework for constructing and maintaining pipelines. In Ecto, pipelines are constructed in terms of processing units, Cells, connected by data paths, Tendrils, that form Directed Acyclic Graphs, Plasms. Cells are typically written in C++, tendrils may be any type, and the plasm may be executed in a variety of clever ways. Python is uses as a the graph DSL.

Ecto may be found useful in domains such as perception, audio, or robotics.

To get started see the online docs at http://plasmodic.github.io/ecto/

Get and Build Ecto

These instructions are useful if you wish to work with Ecto from source, as a standalone library.

source

We use git for our source control. You can get a copy of our repo by doing the following:

git clone git://github.com/plasmodic/ecto.git

dependencies

Ecto requires

  • CMake

    : CMake is used for our build system, and you will need a version >= 2.8

  • Boost

    : Anything over 1.40 http://www.boost.org

  • Python

    : Ecto should work with 2.6 and up. You should have the development libraries. If you are bellow 2.7 you should install the argparse library

  • optional Sphinx

    : Docs are built with sphinx, >= v1.0.7

  • optional gtest

    : http://code.google.com/p/googletest

On ubuntu you can get most of these through apt:

sudo apt-get install cmake libboost-all-dev python-dev python-argparse python-yaml libgtest-dev

To build the docs, you should use a very recent version of Sphinx:

sudo easy_install -U sphinx

build

To build you should just follow a normal cmake recipe:

cd ecto
mkdir -p build
cd build
cmake ..
make

test

To validate ecto using our test suite, you may:

cd ecto/build
make
ctest

This should report zero test errors. If it does report an error, please tell us about it here: https://github.com/plasmodic/ecto/issues/new

docs

To create the latest documentation for Ecto:

sudo pip install -U catkin_sphinx
sphinx-build -b html ./doc/source/ ./doc/build

To build documentation for the kitchen: :

sphinx-build -b html ./doc/kitchen/ ./doc/build/

Then you can open up ecto/build/doc/html/index.html locally.

install

To install Ecto on your machine:

cd ecto/build
make install

use

See the documentation (http://plasmodic.github.io/ecto/) for detailed usage instructions.

CHANGELOG

0.6.12 (2016-04-17)

  • fix tests on Kinetic
  • fix PySide dependency
  • add missing implementation for executing That fixes #233
  • install the ecto library of test cells for users to utilise in their own tests.
  • checking for ecto-test target existence
  • Contributors: Daniel Stonier, Vincent Rabaud, edgarriba

0.6.11 (2015-09-21)

  • minor doc syntax fixes
  • saner installation instructions from source.
  • add missing includes to make headers compile standalone

    • add cstddef to introduce std::size_t
    • add parameters.hpp to its implementation (works because of #pragma once)
  • fix bsd-license check script Not all Copyright is (1.) from 2011 and (2.) by Willow Garage autofix is undefined if ECTO_LICENSE_AUTOFIX is not exported.

  • Re-add thread library to linker list Regression caused by 8e354b5aa8281ea8117fc93adb290998b7810be7

  • docs about various entities that affect graph execution, also other minor cleanups. Removed the redundancies in the install docs (2x install instructions and 2x dependencies) and cleaned the place up a bit.

  • Provide test for ecto::BREAK return value.

  • implement ecto::BREAK behavior This patch makes ecto schedule the next iteration through the plasm with ecto::BREAK as discussed in https://github.com/plasmodic/ecto/issues/251

  • remove some old Willow Garage URLs

  • update doc's url

  • Contributors: Daniel Stonier, Michael G

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged ecto at answers.ros.org

ecto package from ecto repo

ecto

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 0.6.12
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/plasmodic/ecto.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2018-05-14
Dev Status MAINTAINED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

Ecto is a hybrid C++/Python development framework for constructing and maintaining pipelines.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Vincent Rabaud
  • Daniel Stonier

Authors

  • Ethan Rublee
  • Troy Straszheim

Ecto

Ecto is a hybrid C++/Python development framework for constructing and maintaining pipelines. In Ecto, pipelines are constructed in terms of processing units, Cells, connected by data paths, Tendrils, that form Directed Acyclic Graphs, Plasms. Cells are typically written in C++, tendrils may be any type, and the plasm may be executed in a variety of clever ways. Python is uses as a the graph DSL.

Ecto may be found useful in domains such as perception, audio, or robotics.

To get started see the online docs at http://plasmodic.github.io/ecto/

Get and Build Ecto

These instructions are useful if you wish to work with Ecto from source, as a standalone library.

source

We use git for our source control. You can get a copy of our repo by doing the following:

git clone git://github.com/plasmodic/ecto.git

dependencies

Ecto requires

  • CMake

    : CMake is used for our build system, and you will need a version >= 2.8

  • Boost

    : Anything over 1.40 http://www.boost.org

  • Python

    : Ecto should work with 2.6 and up. You should have the development libraries. If you are bellow 2.7 you should install the argparse library

  • optional Sphinx

    : Docs are built with sphinx, >= v1.0.7

  • optional gtest

    : http://code.google.com/p/googletest

On ubuntu you can get most of these through apt:

sudo apt-get install cmake libboost-all-dev python-dev python-argparse python-yaml libgtest-dev

To build the docs, you should use a very recent version of Sphinx:

sudo easy_install -U sphinx

build

To build you should just follow a normal cmake recipe:

cd ecto
mkdir -p build
cd build
cmake ..
make

test

To validate ecto using our test suite, you may:

cd ecto/build
make
ctest

This should report zero test errors. If it does report an error, please tell us about it here: https://github.com/plasmodic/ecto/issues/new

docs

To create the latest documentation for Ecto:

sudo pip install -U catkin_sphinx
sphinx-build -b html ./doc/source/ ./doc/build

To build documentation for the kitchen: :

sphinx-build -b html ./doc/kitchen/ ./doc/build/

Then you can open up ecto/build/doc/html/index.html locally.

install

To install Ecto on your machine:

cd ecto/build
make install

use

See the documentation (http://plasmodic.github.io/ecto/) for detailed usage instructions.

CHANGELOG

0.6.12 (2016-04-17)

  • fix tests on Kinetic
  • fix PySide dependency
  • add missing implementation for executing That fixes #233
  • install the ecto library of test cells for users to utilise in their own tests.
  • checking for ecto-test target existence
  • Contributors: Daniel Stonier, Vincent Rabaud, edgarriba

0.6.11 (2015-09-21)

  • minor doc syntax fixes
  • saner installation instructions from source.
  • add missing includes to make headers compile standalone

    • add cstddef to introduce std::size_t
    • add parameters.hpp to its implementation (works because of #pragma once)
  • fix bsd-license check script Not all Copyright is (1.) from 2011 and (2.) by Willow Garage autofix is undefined if ECTO_LICENSE_AUTOFIX is not exported.

  • Re-add thread library to linker list Regression caused by 8e354b5aa8281ea8117fc93adb290998b7810be7

  • docs about various entities that affect graph execution, also other minor cleanups. Removed the redundancies in the install docs (2x install instructions and 2x dependencies) and cleaned the place up a bit.

  • Provide test for ecto::BREAK return value.

  • implement ecto::BREAK behavior This patch makes ecto schedule the next iteration through the plasm with ecto::BREAK as discussed in https://github.com/plasmodic/ecto/issues/251

  • remove some old Willow Garage URLs

  • update doc's url

  • Contributors: Daniel Stonier, Michael G

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged ecto at answers.ros.org