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There are several ways you can get the "latest" documentation from
Player 2.0 right now:
- get the sources from CVS and build it yourself using make in the doc
- go to http://player.robotux.info and there you will have the already
built CVS documentation (synchronized hourly with SourceForge);
- or go to http://playerstage.sourceforge.net/doc/Player-cvs/player/ for
an older version.
You should be aware though, that at this stage (not "Stage" :) ) the
documentation may be erroneous, incomplete and/or confusing in certain
areas. Player 2 is still work in progress, but things are improving as
we speak and it should be finished soon.
Kumar Mukesh wrote:
>is ther any documentation is available for player-2.0-pre6 on the net.
>if yes please tel the link
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| Intelligent Autonomous Systems
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