An application that launches a cartesianServer module and a series of test modules corresponding to TaskCatchToolLib, TaskMakeUpLib, TaskNavigateLib, TaskSlidePalleteLib. This application uses a light-weight environment (see Figure 1), which as been developed specifically for running automated and path planning algorithms at low comutational cost. More...
The set os tasks is actually inspired on the solution to "p0easy" on "Asibot.pddl" [thanks smorante!]:
(NAVIGATE ASIBOT0 CHAIR0 DINING_ROOM BATHROOM0) (CATCH_TOOL ASIBOT0 CHAIR0 CONNECTORB TOOLMAKEUP) (SLIDE_PALETTE ASIBOT0 CHAIR0 CHAIR_DOCK0 CONNECTORB BATHROOM0 PALETTE0) (MAKE_UP ASIBOT0 CHAIR0 CHAIR_DOCK0 CONNECTORB TOOLMAKEUP BATHROOM0 PALETTE0)
Copyright: 2012 (C) Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Author: Juan G. Victores
CopyPolicy: Released under the terms of the LGPLv2.1 or later, see license/LGPL.TXT
The application is installed when you install the applications, which for Ubuntu is done by:
make install_applications # In-project install: No super-user permissions are required.
Adapt repos/asibot-main/share/asibotTasks/scripts/asibotTasks.xml.template to your needs or just:
cd repos/asibot-main/share/asibotTasks/scripts cp asibotTasks.xml.template asibotTasks.xml
First we must run a YARP name server if it is not running in our current namespace:
[on terminal 1] yarp server
Browse to repos/asibot-main/share and run yarpmanager (formerly gyarpmanager). The asibotTasks App should be available.
[on terminal 2] cd repos/asibot-main/share [on terminal 2] yarpmanager