Module Documentation

This is a template you can use to document your module.

Place the Doxygen code below in your main.cpp, replace "exampleModule" with the name of the module.

Look here to see the documentation produced by this code once it is parsed by Doxygen: exampleModule

@ingroup italk_module
\defgroup italk_yourModule yourModule

Place here a short description of the module. This will
appear in the list of the modules.

\section intro_sec Description
This module is not implemented (and was created in the review meeting), it is only a template for writing
the documentation of modules.

Place here a description of your module. You might want to use a list as in:

The module does:
-       this
-       that
-       ...

You might find it convenient to include an image:
\image html example.jpg 
\image latex example.eps "MODULENAME running on Linux" width=10cm

\section lib_sec Libraries
List here dependencies.

\section parameters_sec Parameters
Provide a comprehensive list of the parameters you can pass to the module. For example:

--file mymodule.ini: configuration file to use
\section portsa_sec Ports Accessed
List here the ports you module automatically connects to at startup (if any).
This is important, these ports are assumed to be already available when your module runs.

\section portsc_sec Interface: Ports Created and data format
Provide the list of ports that are the interface to the module. Separate them in input and output ports, specify expected data format.


Output ports:
- /mymodule/head/out: streams out a yarp::sig::vector which contains the commanded velocity of the head, the size of the vector matches
 the number of joints of the head
- /mymodule/right_arm/out: ...

Input ports:
- /mymodule/rpc:i: input ports to control the module, accept a yarp::os::Bottle which contains commands to start/stop/quit the module.
    -   [start]: start the module
    -   [stop]: stop the module (resume with start)
    -   [quit]: quit the module (exit)

\section in_files_sec Input Data Files
If your module expect data from a file, say so.

\section out_data_sec Output Data Files
If your module writes data to a file, say so.
\section conf_file_sec Configuration Files
If parameters to your module can be passed through a txt file, describe it here. 

For example:
The module requires a description of the robot through the parameter 

The file consists in a few sections:
name        myModule
rate        20

\e name determines the name of the module

\e rate specifies the rate (ms) of the thread


\section tested_os_sec Tested OS
Specify the operating systems on which the module was tested

Linux and Windows.

\section example_sec Example Instantiation of the Module
Provide here a typical example of use of your module.

myModule --file ./app/mymodule/conf/module.ini

\author your name

Copyright: TBD.

This file can be edited at src/myModule/main.cpp.

A few notes about the content of the Doxygen documentation: