I'm currently working on integrating FPGA technology
into existing robot controller frameworks. I discovered
ORCA and liked the concept. But as i understand a ORCA
system can only have one means of communication (CRUD,
CORBA, ICE, SOCKET) throughout the entire ORCA system.
If this is wrong, then is it currently possible to use
both CORBA and CRUD in a ORCA system and if not would
this be a major design change to include such flexibility.
I've installed ORCA and browsed the source,. What kind
of development tools if any do you use?
I find it confusing that include paths include files
from some shared directory and not relative to the
install directory. Is this a product of using CMAKE and
how whould that turn out in other operating systems
like f.ex. Windows?
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