orogen repository

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/orocos-toolchain/orogen.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version toolchain-2.8
Last Updated 2015-04-10
Dev Status MAINTAINED
Released RELEASED

Packages

Name Version
orogen 2.8.0

README

# oroGen: easy component building for Orocos/RTT

* http://www.rock-robotics.org/stable/documentation/orogen

## What is oroGen ?

oroGen is a specification language and code generator for the Orocos Realtime
Toolkit (RTT). The Orocos/Real Time Toolkit is a C++ library allowing to build
component-based systems (http://www.orocos.org/rtt). The orogen tool allows to
create new components easily.

In oroGen, one write a specification that describes the components you want to
develop. Then, orogen generates the corresponding C++ code and CMake build
system so that you -- the component developer -- has only to care about
implementing the actual functionality.

The remaining of this readme is about oroGen installation. See the user's guide
for more in-depth usage information:

* [oroGen documentation](http://www.rock-robotics.org/stable/documentation/orogen)

## Installation

oroGen is part of the Robot Construction Kit. Check out
[rock-robotics.org](http://rock-robotics.org) for installation instructions.



Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/orocos-toolchain/orogen.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version toolchain-2.7
Last Updated 2015-03-17
Dev Status MAINTAINED
Released RELEASED

Packages

Name Version
orogen 2.7.0

README

= Orogen: easy component building for Orocos/RTT

* http://doudou.github.com/orogen
* http://github.com/doudou/orogen
* git://github.com/doudou/orogen.git

== What is oroGen ?

oroGen is a specification language and code generator for the Orocos Realtime
Toolkit (RTT). The Orocos/Real Time Toolkit is a C++ library allowing to build
component-based systems (http://www.orocos.org/rtt). The orogen tool allows to
create new components easily.

In oroGen, one write a specification that describes the components you want to
develop. Then, orogen generates the corresponding C++ code and CMake build
system so that you -- the component developer -- has only to care about
implementing the actual functionality.

The remaining of this readme is about oroGen installation. See the user's guide
for more in-depth usage information:

  http://doudou.github.com/orogen

== Installation

oroGen is part of the RubyInMotion software suite. Check out
sites.google.com/sites/rubyinmotion for installation instructions.