Thanks Richard. I just found out the
problem, and hope it could be useful for others.
My bitmap is much more complicate than cave.png.
Although the stage gui pops up with everything, it hasn’t completed the initialization.
After I put some sleep time before loading
the playerclient, it runs fine.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Richard Vaughan
Sent: Monday, March 24, 2008 11:36
Subject: Re: [Playerstage-users]
PlayerClient connection refused due to stage bitmap?
Sounds like Stage isn't able to make sense of your image. It should be
a grayscale image, using black and white only.
If that clue doesn't help you, please post your complete world file and
a link to your image, and we can take a look.
On 24-Mar-08, at 9:36 AM, Zhu, Hua
I'm wondering if
anyone know what causes the following problem.
I start a
playerstage simulation with something like “player mysim.cfg”. The
corresponding stage .world file read a square .png image. Then I start my own
playerclient program which tries to connect one robot via its listening port,
If I use any
image provided by the playerstage package, such as cave.png, we playerclient
program can establish the connection and everything run fine. However, if I
switch to my own .png file (by only change the image file name in the .world
file, nothing else), I always receive the error below
: connect call on [localhost:6665] failed with error [111:Connection
refused] terminate call after throwing an instance of 'PlayerCc::PlayerError'
When I change it
back to cave.png, it runs fine again.
playerclient program cannot connect, the stage simulation does read my png
image and all the walls inside. Robots in stage GUI obey the rules of wall.
what I did wrong? Anyone has similar experience?
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