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You can always get to this page by clicking the "VVV 07" link in the navigation box to the left.
 
You can always get to this page by clicking the "VVV 07" link in the navigation box to the left.
  
* [[VVV07 Travel | How to get to your hotel]]
 
 
* [[VVV07 Participants | List of participants]]
 
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* [[Module Diagram]], a snapshot of the current proposed design at the "YARP" module level.
 
* [[Module Diagram]], a snapshot of the current proposed design at the "YARP" module level.
  
== Software Tools ==
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== Software tools ==
 
Here are basic software tools we use at the school.
 
Here are basic software tools we use at the school.
 
* [[CMake]], a cross-platform build system.
 
* [[CMake]], a cross-platform build system.
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* [[Notes_on_CVS:_RobotCub_repository|CVS]], for storing source code and tracking changes.
 
* [[Notes_on_CVS:_RobotCub_repository|CVS]], for storing source code and tracking changes.
 
* [http://meta.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki_User%27s_Guide Mediawiki], for quick and informal documentation.
 
* [http://meta.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki_User%27s_Guide Mediawiki], for quick and informal documentation.
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== Older information ==
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* [[VVV07 Travel | How to get to your hotel]]

Revision as of 16:40, 16 July 2007

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Viki: The Veni Vidi Vici Wiki

Welcome to the Wiki for the RobotCub Summer School 2007, Veni Vidi Vici 2007.

You can always get to this page by clicking the "VVV 07" link in the navigation box to the left.

Tasks

  • Task 1: Forming groups
    • We plan 4 subgroups: one concentrating on reaching, one concentrating on attention, one where people do whatever they want, and one for those getting started with our software.
    • See WorkingGroups for topic information.
  • Task 2: Do interesting stuff with a humanoid.

Roadmap

Here is some material that will help you understand the "big picture".

Software tools

Here are basic software tools we use at the school.

  • CMake, a cross-platform build system.
  • Doxygen, for extracting documentation from source code.
  • YARP, for communicating between modules and devices.
  • CVS, for storing source code and tracking changes.
  • Mediawiki, for quick and informal documentation.

Older information