Hi Richard,

I would be really thankful if you could answer my question. If there is no documentation about the use of Stage as a stand alone simulator so please only tell me. In that case I can stop searching.

/Sahit

2009/11/28 Richard Vaughan <rtvaughan@gmail.com>
worlds/simple.world

is an example with a controller. See the line:

 ctrl "wander"

in the robot definition. This loads the file wander.so which must be
somewhere in your LD_LIBRARY_PATH (or DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH in OS X).
wander.so is installed in $(CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX)/lib.

Also, see the fine manual.

Richard/


On Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 10:10 AM, Sahit Erdis <sahit.erdis@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Community,
>
> I wonder how Stage is used as a stand alone simulator. I have read in the
> forum:
>
> "Just use the Stage binary, with a controller loaded from your world file.
> See worlds/simple.world and worlds/fasr.world for examples. "
>
> But what I do not understand here is from where does my control program is
> loaded.
>
> If we assume for example here that I run "stage simple.world" or "stage
> fasr.world".  Where in the world file is the control program set? I assume
> this control program is something I as a programmer have written. But at
> least in case of this two examples it should be something in the libraries.
> Is it a binary which is loaded from somewhere? If so I can't find it. I
> could not find any example in the manual as well. So could someone give me
> an introduction please.
>
> /Sahit Erdis
>
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