Best bet is to submit a patch to the patch tracker with the new files when its ready and it will be integrated when time permits. There is always a patch sweep before a release.

Toby

On 29/11/2007, Brian Gerkey <brian@gerkey.org> wrote:

On Nov 28, 2007, at 1:54 PM, Chris H wrote:

> So am I take take the silence as a no?

Nope, just that noone has had time to respond yet.

        brian.

> I've tried to search around on the list for info on this but all my
> searches time out.
> It's like sourceforge is in CPU cycle save mode and has turned off
> searching.
>
> Chris
>
>
> On Nov 26, 2007, at 7:47 PM, Chris wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I've been working on a driver for the nomad scout via the serial
>> interface and would like
>> to branch the Nomad directory into 2 separate ones. One for the
>> N200 and one for the Scout.
>> Most of the existing code was written around the N200 and the
>> network interface. I've tossed
>> all that code out and started writing fresh for  just the Scout
>> (Super Scout) via the serial port interface.
>> I have code working now but I'm using the rumba framework since I
>> was having problems with
>> getting the nomad interfaces working with all the utilities and
>> didn't know all the proper files to change.
>> So I'd like to start moving things over to a proper directory and
>> framework structure.
>>
>> I'd like the N200 directory to house all the existing code and the
>> scout directory to have just a scout.cc
>> and serial.c file to start with. All the Scout interfaces are the
>> same as the N200 with the exception of
>> IR and Laser which the scout dosen't have. I don't know where or
>> how to start this move so that's why
>> I'm asking. I don't mind doing it myself but I don't have a clue
>> outside of the scout code as to what to do.
>>
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Chris
>>
>
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