Most of the problems below should be fixed now. Not sure why playernav is not working, have not used it much myself. I am pretty sure the stage warnings are harmless...

Toby

2009/1/23 Paul Osmialowski <newchief@king.net.pl>
Hello Toby,

I can confirm there's no problem with using todays snapshot of Player-2.2
with todays snapshot of Stage-2.1. However this does not mean that there's
not a problem at all. Although Stage part is fine, some things were broken
in Player itself while upgrading to the new ThreadedDriver infrastructure.
- there are still many drivers with Shutdown() method
- wavefront driver is missing 'return 0' at the end of MainSetup() method,
this breaks whole driver as for unknown reason, it behaves as it was
returning 1. I suspect there are more drivers with MainSetup() method not
returning explicit value, as it was easy to omit this during massive upgrade.
- if I understood right, all Request() calls in wavefront driver should
have 'threaded' parameter set to 'true', as MainSetup() method now is
called when driver thread is running (I guess it is called from driver
thread instead of Player main tread)
- still (even after above changes) playernav does not work properly (there
are problems with updating map and if for some good luck wavefront
finally causes robot to go to the target there is problem with shwoing
planned path and updating robot position)

Stage produces these warnings, I guess something should be done with them:
- no startup function registered (TODO: remove this warning before
release) (model.c stg_model_startup)
- no shutdown function registered (TODO: remove this warning before
release) (model.c stg_model_shutdown)

Cheers,
Paul

On Thu, 22 Jan 2009, Toby Collett wrote:

> Stage is not a threaded driver so is not impacted by the recent changes (in
> theory :)
> Would be good if you could confirm they actually run together though.
>
> Toby
>
> 2009/1/22 Paul Osmialowski <newchief@king.net.pl>
>
>> If nothing interrupt me, tomorrow I'll check if recent Stage-2.1 is able
>> to work with tomorrows Player 2.2 (trunk) snapshot. I wonder if Stage-2.1
>> really need to be refactored to fit new MainSetup()/MainQuit()
>> infrastructure.
>> Paul
>>
>> On Thu, 22 Jan 2009, Toby Collett wrote:
>>
>>> At the moment to the best of my knowledge stage 3/2.1/trunk(future 3.1)
>> and
>>> player 2.1/trunk(future 2.2) are all source compatible with each other.
>>>
>>> Toby
>>>
>>> 2009/1/22 Charles Reynolds <reynolcw@peoplepc.com>
>>>
>>>> What is the relation between
>>>> Stage-3.0.1 (released 7/29/2008)
>>>> Stage-2.1.1 (released 1/16/2009)
>>>>
>>>> Are both of these compatible with
>>>> player-2.1.2 (released 1/15/2009)
>>>>
>>>> Charles
>>>>
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