RSC is a Code.CoR-Lab project focused on all aspects of reusable library functions in robotics systems.
RSC is meant to improve the C++ std lib for robotic systems without pulling in many additional dependencies. Boost is ok, everything else probably not. The aim is to create a lightweight library that is also usable on embedded systems. Part of this philosophy is to create wrapper interfaces to common library functions like logging and make a flexible solution for backends. E.g. on embedded systems log4cxx is hardly usable but it may still be desired to use it on normal desktop computers. Hence, a flexible backend selection mechanism is available for such features with a minimalistic implementation as a fallback backend.
For a more detailed description of contents as well as an overview of requirements and have a look at the wiki.
Parts of this library have been developed in the context of the European FP7 project HUMAVIPS.git URLs:
- RSC: https://code.cor-lab.org/git/rsc.git
- log4cxx adapter: https://code.cor-lab.org/git/rsc.git.log4cxx-adapter
- Homepage: https://code.cor-lab.org/projects/rsc
Developer: A. Nordmann, C. Emmerich, F. Lier, L. Ziegler, R. Haschke, S. Schneider
Reporter: J. Jenkins, P. Holthaus
Project Manager: J. Moringen, J. Wienke, M. Goetting, S. Wrede
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