From: Douglas S. Blank <dblank@br...> - 2004-06-04 14:47:51
I'm working on converting our Pyro software  over to use all of the
new code, and adding Gazebo to our list of supported simulators.
I have a question on how best to have Gazebo and Player start up. We
have a picklist menu that allows people to pick the simulator, and the
world to use. In Gazebo, a player instance needs to be started in
addition (I guess Stage starts it up automatically). I can automatically
start up player after I start gazebo, but...
The question: should I make a player .cfg file for each Gazebo world, or
can I have a single .cfg file for all possible world files?
Ideally, there would be a way to have player (or some parser) use the
world file as the cfg file, and know exactly what drivers/interfaces/IDs
to define. What is the recommended method?
Any hints would be appreciated,
 See http://PyroRobotics.org/ for more info on Pyro.
Douglas S. Blank, Assistant Professor
Bryn Mawr College, Computer Science Program
101 North Merion Ave, Park Science Bld.
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 dangermouse.brynmawr.edu
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