I have a Robovero baseboard with an Overo Fire COM connected to it. I would
like to write a complex sensor fusion algorithm on the Overo to get roll,
pitch and yaw angels of the board. But I am really woundering why the
supplied software examples are writing in Python? As far as I know, Python
is a script programming language and cannot compile. For most embedded
system with high dynamic, like robotics, it is faster and more convenient to
run a compiled binary on the Overo board. This can be achieved for example
by compiling a c/c++ code. My question is: is it possible to get the same
software example written in c/c++ language instead to Python?
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