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Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 2.9.0
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/swri-robotics/marti_common.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2019-05-23
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

swri_roscpp

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • P. J. Reed

Authors

No additional authors.

swri_roscpp

This packages contains a set of wrappers classes and functions for common ROS operations.

Topic Services

Topic services are a wrappers over ROS topics that provide a service like functionality but in a much more introspectable way. Eg: There is no rosservice echo and no way to view service clients in a running system.

The usage is very similar to that of standard ROS services and can even make use of the same service definitions. For most usages simply just substitute ros::ServiceServer or ros::ServiceClient for swri::TopicServiceServer or swri::TopicServiceClient in the declaration and use it in the same way.

Generating Topics from a Service

In order to generate the backing topics for a Topic Service from a service message add a add_topic_service_files block to your project's CMakeList.txt and use it the same way you would an add_message_files or add_service_files block.

Make sure to add this swri_roscpp as a dependency to your message project.

For example:

add_topic_service_files(DIRECTORY topic_srv FILES
  ClearActiveRoute.srv
  DeleteRoute.srv
  GetRoute.srv
  GetRouteNames.srv
  SaveRoute.srv
  SetActiveRoute.srv
  SetRoute.srv
  SetNextCheckpoint.srv
)

To use the generated topics simply include your_project/your_service.h. They have response and request fields just like normal services.

Dynamic Parameters

A class that implements the same functionality as Dynamic Reconfigure, but in a more dynamic and easier to use way. Instead of declaring configurable parameters at compile time in a config file they are specified in your C++ code.

To use, add the class to your node and call the initalize function with a NodeHandle in your private namespace.

#include <swri_roscpp/dynamic_parameters.h>

void main()
{
  // your node stuff here

  ros::NodeHandle pnh("~");
  swri::DynamicParameters params;
  params.initialize(pnh);
...

You can then start declaring and reading in configuration values, giving a long living pointer to a variable for each. This variable is changed on a dynamic reconfigure of that parameter. Be sure to lock the parameter mutex before reading any of these parameters. You can do this by calling the params.mutex() function and manually locking/unlocking it, or by using the .get() function on each *Param to do it automatically.

  FloatParam flt;
  params.get("float_value", flt, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0f /* min */, 10.0f /* max */);
  DoubleParam dbl;
  params.get("double_value", dbl, 
              10.0 /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0 /* min */, 10.0 /* max */);
  BoolParam bl;
  params.get("bool_value", bl, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...");
  StringParam str;
  params.get("string_value", str, 
              "default" /*default*/, "Description...");

You can also load the parameters directly in to normal variables (doubles, ints, strings), but you will have to get the new values in the on change callback function discussed below.

  float flt;
  params.get("float_value", flt, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0f /* min */, 10.0f /* max */);
  double dbl;
  params.get("double_value", dbl, 
              10.0 /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0 /* min */, 10.0 /* max */);
  bool bl;
  params.get("bool_value", bl, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...");
  std::string str;
  params.get("string_value", str, 
              "default" /*default*/, "Description...");

These functions read in the current parameter value to the provided variable, if they haven't been set they are set to the default value. After you have read in all the variables you want to be dynamically reconfigurable, call the finalize() function.

  params.finalize();

This publishes the configuration options to a latched topic so that the dynamic reconfigure tools can read them in.

After you call finalize, you should be able to access and dynamically configure your node with any dynamic reconfigure compatible tools.

Then to use/read in the parameter values in your code:

  float val = flt.get();// or *flt to get it without locking the mutex if you know what you are doing

You can also lock the mutex manually for getting the parameters in a block as follows:

  params.mutex().lock();

  float a = *flt;
  double b = *dbl;
  bool c = *bl;
  std::string d = *str; 

  params.mutex().unlock();

Alternatively you can use the on change callback to be notified when variables change and load the updated values then.


void callback(swri::DynamicParameters& params)
{
  double param1 = params.getDouble("double_value");
  float  param2 = params.getFloat("float_value");
  int    param3 = params.getInt("int_value");
  bool   param4 = params.getBool("bool_value");
  std::string param5 = params.getString("string_value");
}

// somewhere in your initialization....
params.setCallback(callback);


CHANGELOG

Could not convert RST to MD: No such file or directory - pandoc

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged swri_roscpp at answers.ros.org

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 2.9.0
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/swri-robotics/marti_common.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2019-05-23
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

swri_roscpp

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • P. J. Reed

Authors

No additional authors.

swri_roscpp

This packages contains a set of wrappers classes and functions for common ROS operations.

Topic Services

Topic services are a wrappers over ROS topics that provide a service like functionality but in a much more introspectable way. Eg: There is no rosservice echo and no way to view service clients in a running system.

The usage is very similar to that of standard ROS services and can even make use of the same service definitions. For most usages simply just substitute ros::ServiceServer or ros::ServiceClient for swri::TopicServiceServer or swri::TopicServiceClient in the declaration and use it in the same way.

Generating Topics from a Service

In order to generate the backing topics for a Topic Service from a service message add a add_topic_service_files block to your project's CMakeList.txt and use it the same way you would an add_message_files or add_service_files block.

Make sure to add this swri_roscpp as a dependency to your message project.

For example:

add_topic_service_files(DIRECTORY topic_srv FILES
  ClearActiveRoute.srv
  DeleteRoute.srv
  GetRoute.srv
  GetRouteNames.srv
  SaveRoute.srv
  SetActiveRoute.srv
  SetRoute.srv
  SetNextCheckpoint.srv
)

To use the generated topics simply include your_project/your_service.h. They have response and request fields just like normal services.

Dynamic Parameters

A class that implements the same functionality as Dynamic Reconfigure, but in a more dynamic and easier to use way. Instead of declaring configurable parameters at compile time in a config file they are specified in your C++ code.

To use, add the class to your node and call the initalize function with a NodeHandle in your private namespace.

#include <swri_roscpp/dynamic_parameters.h>

void main()
{
  // your node stuff here

  ros::NodeHandle pnh("~");
  swri::DynamicParameters params;
  params.initialize(pnh);
...

You can then start declaring and reading in configuration values, giving a long living pointer to a variable for each. This variable is changed on a dynamic reconfigure of that parameter. Be sure to lock the parameter mutex before reading any of these parameters. You can do this by calling the params.mutex() function and manually locking/unlocking it, or by using the .get() function on each *Param to do it automatically.

  FloatParam flt;
  params.get("float_value", flt, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0f /* min */, 10.0f /* max */);
  DoubleParam dbl;
  params.get("double_value", dbl, 
              10.0 /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0 /* min */, 10.0 /* max */);
  BoolParam bl;
  params.get("bool_value", bl, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...");
  StringParam str;
  params.get("string_value", str, 
              "default" /*default*/, "Description...");

You can also load the parameters directly in to normal variables (doubles, ints, strings), but you will have to get the new values in the on change callback function discussed below.

  float flt;
  params.get("float_value", flt, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0f /* min */, 10.0f /* max */);
  double dbl;
  params.get("double_value", dbl, 
              10.0 /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0 /* min */, 10.0 /* max */);
  bool bl;
  params.get("bool_value", bl, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...");
  std::string str;
  params.get("string_value", str, 
              "default" /*default*/, "Description...");

These functions read in the current parameter value to the provided variable, if they haven't been set they are set to the default value. After you have read in all the variables you want to be dynamically reconfigurable, call the finalize() function.

  params.finalize();

This publishes the configuration options to a latched topic so that the dynamic reconfigure tools can read them in.

After you call finalize, you should be able to access and dynamically configure your node with any dynamic reconfigure compatible tools.

Then to use/read in the parameter values in your code:

  float val = flt.get();// or *flt to get it without locking the mutex if you know what you are doing

You can also lock the mutex manually for getting the parameters in a block as follows:

  params.mutex().lock();

  float a = *flt;
  double b = *dbl;
  bool c = *bl;
  std::string d = *str; 

  params.mutex().unlock();

Alternatively you can use the on change callback to be notified when variables change and load the updated values then.


void callback(swri::DynamicParameters& params)
{
  double param1 = params.getDouble("double_value");
  float  param2 = params.getFloat("float_value");
  int    param3 = params.getInt("int_value");
  bool   param4 = params.getBool("bool_value");
  std::string param5 = params.getString("string_value");
}

// somewhere in your initialization....
params.setCallback(callback);


CHANGELOG

Could not convert RST to MD: No such file or directory - pandoc

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged swri_roscpp at answers.ros.org

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 2.9.0
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/swri-robotics/marti_common.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2019-05-23
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

swri_roscpp

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • P. J. Reed

Authors

No additional authors.

swri_roscpp

This packages contains a set of wrappers classes and functions for common ROS operations.

Topic Services

Topic services are a wrappers over ROS topics that provide a service like functionality but in a much more introspectable way. Eg: There is no rosservice echo and no way to view service clients in a running system.

The usage is very similar to that of standard ROS services and can even make use of the same service definitions. For most usages simply just substitute ros::ServiceServer or ros::ServiceClient for swri::TopicServiceServer or swri::TopicServiceClient in the declaration and use it in the same way.

Generating Topics from a Service

In order to generate the backing topics for a Topic Service from a service message add a add_topic_service_files block to your project's CMakeList.txt and use it the same way you would an add_message_files or add_service_files block.

Make sure to add this swri_roscpp as a dependency to your message project.

For example:

add_topic_service_files(DIRECTORY topic_srv FILES
  ClearActiveRoute.srv
  DeleteRoute.srv
  GetRoute.srv
  GetRouteNames.srv
  SaveRoute.srv
  SetActiveRoute.srv
  SetRoute.srv
  SetNextCheckpoint.srv
)

To use the generated topics simply include your_project/your_service.h. They have response and request fields just like normal services.

Dynamic Parameters

A class that implements the same functionality as Dynamic Reconfigure, but in a more dynamic and easier to use way. Instead of declaring configurable parameters at compile time in a config file they are specified in your C++ code.

To use, add the class to your node and call the initalize function with a NodeHandle in your private namespace.

#include <swri_roscpp/dynamic_parameters.h>

void main()
{
  // your node stuff here

  ros::NodeHandle pnh("~");
  swri::DynamicParameters params;
  params.initialize(pnh);
...

You can then start declaring and reading in configuration values, giving a long living pointer to a variable for each. This variable is changed on a dynamic reconfigure of that parameter. Be sure to lock the parameter mutex before reading any of these parameters. You can do this by calling the params.mutex() function and manually locking/unlocking it, or by using the .get() function on each *Param to do it automatically.

  FloatParam flt;
  params.get("float_value", flt, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0f /* min */, 10.0f /* max */);
  DoubleParam dbl;
  params.get("double_value", dbl, 
              10.0 /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0 /* min */, 10.0 /* max */);
  BoolParam bl;
  params.get("bool_value", bl, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...");
  StringParam str;
  params.get("string_value", str, 
              "default" /*default*/, "Description...");

You can also load the parameters directly in to normal variables (doubles, ints, strings), but you will have to get the new values in the on change callback function discussed below.

  float flt;
  params.get("float_value", flt, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0f /* min */, 10.0f /* max */);
  double dbl;
  params.get("double_value", dbl, 
              10.0 /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0 /* min */, 10.0 /* max */);
  bool bl;
  params.get("bool_value", bl, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...");
  std::string str;
  params.get("string_value", str, 
              "default" /*default*/, "Description...");

These functions read in the current parameter value to the provided variable, if they haven't been set they are set to the default value. After you have read in all the variables you want to be dynamically reconfigurable, call the finalize() function.

  params.finalize();

This publishes the configuration options to a latched topic so that the dynamic reconfigure tools can read them in.

After you call finalize, you should be able to access and dynamically configure your node with any dynamic reconfigure compatible tools.

Then to use/read in the parameter values in your code:

  float val = flt.get();// or *flt to get it without locking the mutex if you know what you are doing

You can also lock the mutex manually for getting the parameters in a block as follows:

  params.mutex().lock();

  float a = *flt;
  double b = *dbl;
  bool c = *bl;
  std::string d = *str; 

  params.mutex().unlock();

Alternatively you can use the on change callback to be notified when variables change and load the updated values then.


void callback(swri::DynamicParameters& params)
{
  double param1 = params.getDouble("double_value");
  float  param2 = params.getFloat("float_value");
  int    param3 = params.getInt("int_value");
  bool   param4 = params.getBool("bool_value");
  std::string param5 = params.getString("string_value");
}

// somewhere in your initialization....
params.setCallback(callback);


CHANGELOG

Could not convert RST to MD: No such file or directory - pandoc

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged swri_roscpp at answers.ros.org

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 2.9.0
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/swri-robotics/marti_common.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2019-05-23
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

swri_roscpp

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • P. J. Reed

Authors

No additional authors.

swri_roscpp

This packages contains a set of wrappers classes and functions for common ROS operations.

Topic Services

Topic services are a wrappers over ROS topics that provide a service like functionality but in a much more introspectable way. Eg: There is no rosservice echo and no way to view service clients in a running system.

The usage is very similar to that of standard ROS services and can even make use of the same service definitions. For most usages simply just substitute ros::ServiceServer or ros::ServiceClient for swri::TopicServiceServer or swri::TopicServiceClient in the declaration and use it in the same way.

Generating Topics from a Service

In order to generate the backing topics for a Topic Service from a service message add a add_topic_service_files block to your project's CMakeList.txt and use it the same way you would an add_message_files or add_service_files block.

Make sure to add this swri_roscpp as a dependency to your message project.

For example:

add_topic_service_files(DIRECTORY topic_srv FILES
  ClearActiveRoute.srv
  DeleteRoute.srv
  GetRoute.srv
  GetRouteNames.srv
  SaveRoute.srv
  SetActiveRoute.srv
  SetRoute.srv
  SetNextCheckpoint.srv
)

To use the generated topics simply include your_project/your_service.h. They have response and request fields just like normal services.

Dynamic Parameters

A class that implements the same functionality as Dynamic Reconfigure, but in a more dynamic and easier to use way. Instead of declaring configurable parameters at compile time in a config file they are specified in your C++ code.

To use, add the class to your node and call the initalize function with a NodeHandle in your private namespace.

#include <swri_roscpp/dynamic_parameters.h>

void main()
{
  // your node stuff here

  ros::NodeHandle pnh("~");
  swri::DynamicParameters params;
  params.initialize(pnh);
...

You can then start declaring and reading in configuration values, giving a long living pointer to a variable for each. This variable is changed on a dynamic reconfigure of that parameter. Be sure to lock the parameter mutex before reading any of these parameters. You can do this by calling the params.mutex() function and manually locking/unlocking it, or by using the .get() function on each *Param to do it automatically.

  FloatParam flt;
  params.get("float_value", flt, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0f /* min */, 10.0f /* max */);
  DoubleParam dbl;
  params.get("double_value", dbl, 
              10.0 /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0 /* min */, 10.0 /* max */);
  BoolParam bl;
  params.get("bool_value", bl, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...");
  StringParam str;
  params.get("string_value", str, 
              "default" /*default*/, "Description...");

You can also load the parameters directly in to normal variables (doubles, ints, strings), but you will have to get the new values in the on change callback function discussed below.

  float flt;
  params.get("float_value", flt, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0f /* min */, 10.0f /* max */);
  double dbl;
  params.get("double_value", dbl, 
              10.0 /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0 /* min */, 10.0 /* max */);
  bool bl;
  params.get("bool_value", bl, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...");
  std::string str;
  params.get("string_value", str, 
              "default" /*default*/, "Description...");

These functions read in the current parameter value to the provided variable, if they haven't been set they are set to the default value. After you have read in all the variables you want to be dynamically reconfigurable, call the finalize() function.

  params.finalize();

This publishes the configuration options to a latched topic so that the dynamic reconfigure tools can read them in.

After you call finalize, you should be able to access and dynamically configure your node with any dynamic reconfigure compatible tools.

Then to use/read in the parameter values in your code:

  float val = flt.get();// or *flt to get it without locking the mutex if you know what you are doing

You can also lock the mutex manually for getting the parameters in a block as follows:

  params.mutex().lock();

  float a = *flt;
  double b = *dbl;
  bool c = *bl;
  std::string d = *str; 

  params.mutex().unlock();

Alternatively you can use the on change callback to be notified when variables change and load the updated values then.


void callback(swri::DynamicParameters& params)
{
  double param1 = params.getDouble("double_value");
  float  param2 = params.getFloat("float_value");
  int    param3 = params.getInt("int_value");
  bool   param4 = params.getBool("bool_value");
  std::string param5 = params.getString("string_value");
}

// somewhere in your initialization....
params.setCallback(callback);


CHANGELOG

Could not convert RST to MD: No such file or directory - pandoc

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged swri_roscpp at answers.ros.org

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

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 2.9.0
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/swri-robotics/marti_common.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2019-05-23
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

swri_roscpp

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • P. J. Reed

Authors

No additional authors.

swri_roscpp

This packages contains a set of wrappers classes and functions for common ROS operations.

Topic Services

Topic services are a wrappers over ROS topics that provide a service like functionality but in a much more introspectable way. Eg: There is no rosservice echo and no way to view service clients in a running system.

The usage is very similar to that of standard ROS services and can even make use of the same service definitions. For most usages simply just substitute ros::ServiceServer or ros::ServiceClient for swri::TopicServiceServer or swri::TopicServiceClient in the declaration and use it in the same way.

Generating Topics from a Service

In order to generate the backing topics for a Topic Service from a service message add a add_topic_service_files block to your project's CMakeList.txt and use it the same way you would an add_message_files or add_service_files block.

Make sure to add this swri_roscpp as a dependency to your message project.

For example:

add_topic_service_files(DIRECTORY topic_srv FILES
  ClearActiveRoute.srv
  DeleteRoute.srv
  GetRoute.srv
  GetRouteNames.srv
  SaveRoute.srv
  SetActiveRoute.srv
  SetRoute.srv
  SetNextCheckpoint.srv
)

To use the generated topics simply include your_project/your_service.h. They have response and request fields just like normal services.

Dynamic Parameters

A class that implements the same functionality as Dynamic Reconfigure, but in a more dynamic and easier to use way. Instead of declaring configurable parameters at compile time in a config file they are specified in your C++ code.

To use, add the class to your node and call the initalize function with a NodeHandle in your private namespace.

#include <swri_roscpp/dynamic_parameters.h>

void main()
{
  // your node stuff here

  ros::NodeHandle pnh("~");
  swri::DynamicParameters params;
  params.initialize(pnh);
...

You can then start declaring and reading in configuration values, giving a long living pointer to a variable for each. This variable is changed on a dynamic reconfigure of that parameter. Be sure to lock the parameter mutex before reading any of these parameters. You can do this by calling the params.mutex() function and manually locking/unlocking it, or by using the .get() function on each *Param to do it automatically.

  FloatParam flt;
  params.get("float_value", flt, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0f /* min */, 10.0f /* max */);
  DoubleParam dbl;
  params.get("double_value", dbl, 
              10.0 /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0 /* min */, 10.0 /* max */);
  BoolParam bl;
  params.get("bool_value", bl, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...");
  StringParam str;
  params.get("string_value", str, 
              "default" /*default*/, "Description...");

You can also load the parameters directly in to normal variables (doubles, ints, strings), but you will have to get the new values in the on change callback function discussed below.

  float flt;
  params.get("float_value", flt, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0f /* min */, 10.0f /* max */);
  double dbl;
  params.get("double_value", dbl, 
              10.0 /*default*/, "Description...", 
             -10.0 /* min */, 10.0 /* max */);
  bool bl;
  params.get("bool_value", bl, 
              10.0f /*default*/, "Description...");
  std::string str;
  params.get("string_value", str, 
              "default" /*default*/, "Description...");

These functions read in the current parameter value to the provided variable, if they haven't been set they are set to the default value. After you have read in all the variables you want to be dynamically reconfigurable, call the finalize() function.

  params.finalize();

This publishes the configuration options to a latched topic so that the dynamic reconfigure tools can read them in.

After you call finalize, you should be able to access and dynamically configure your node with any dynamic reconfigure compatible tools.

Then to use/read in the parameter values in your code:

  float val = flt.get();// or *flt to get it without locking the mutex if you know what you are doing

You can also lock the mutex manually for getting the parameters in a block as follows:

  params.mutex().lock();

  float a = *flt;
  double b = *dbl;
  bool c = *bl;
  std::string d = *str; 

  params.mutex().unlock();

Alternatively you can use the on change callback to be notified when variables change and load the updated values then.


void callback(swri::DynamicParameters& params)
{
  double param1 = params.getDouble("double_value");
  float  param2 = params.getFloat("float_value");
  int    param3 = params.getInt("int_value");
  bool   param4 = params.getBool("bool_value");
  std::string param5 = params.getString("string_value");
}

// somewhere in your initialization....
params.setCallback(callback);


CHANGELOG

Could not convert RST to MD: No such file or directory - pandoc

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged swri_roscpp at answers.ros.org

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 0.0.10
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/swri-robotics/marti_common.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version hydro-devel
Last Updated 2016-10-14
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released UNRELEASED

Package Description

swri_roscpp

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  • Elliot Johnson

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