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Intelligence Unleashed version problem *temporary* for OS X?

Postby hatakma » Sun Jan 29, 2012 11:35 am

As some of you have noticed, the code in Intelligence Unleashed is for an upcoming release of leJOS NXJ. We were planning on releasing the new version by now, but it's unfortunately taking longer than we anticipated.



After following the instructions (for Windows!) on thread
http://lejos.sourceforge.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=2925

the Navigator class is found and samples can be build on OS X, but
when running on NXT brick e.g. the sample Rambler, exception: 115 occurs!

How should I fix the lejOS installation, so that the book samples can be build on OS X
correctly, and there will be no runtime exceptions on NXT brick?
I'm having lejOS 0.9.0

I think I have to take back the original 'bin' and 'lib' folders to enable compile and run
projects...
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Re: Intelligence Unleashed version problem *temporary* for O

Postby hatakma » Sun Jan 29, 2012 6:12 pm

Okay. One has to also update NXT brick to 0.9.1 version.

'Rambler' sample starts, but Navigator.addWaypoint(new Waypoint(x_targ, y_targ)) method
will not 'start motors'? Something's wrong. The new Navigator class does not work as it should?

Navigator.goTo(...) methods are although working...

/Markku
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Re: Intelligence Unleashed version problem *temporary* for O

Postby hatakma » Sun Jan 29, 2012 7:27 pm

About the new Navigator -class and 'Rambler' -sample to get it working:

One has to add a method call
nav.followPath();

to 'start the motors' i.e. navigation

Still it doesn't work correctly.

nav.addWaypoint(new Waypoint(x_targ, y_targ));
nav.addWaypoint(new Waypoint(0, 0, 0));
nav.followPath();

The car robot don't return to the origin, but returns to point (x_targ,0).
I'm expecting it returns using the same path to point (0,0)?

/Markku
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