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2006\06\22@202753 by James Newton, Host

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Has anyone looked at what embedded processors this thing supports? They say
in the intro that it manages several 8 and 16 bit CPU's but they don't list
which ones.

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2006\06\22@213915 by John Ferrell

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>From the magazine article:
"Yes, the studio is Windows based, but Trower said the runtime code it
produces can run and work with virtually any platform. In fact, all that's
necessary, according to Trower, is that the robot have some form of
communication-essentially hooks that the run-time can tie into. As long as
that exists, robotics developers can use the Studio's "services" layer to
create the communication protocol."

I read this to mean there is a "services layer" that is a software
adapter/interposer for any given platform. That technique has been popular
with teleprocessing controllers. If the "service layer" is open source, it
would truly be platform independent.

New packages always look good to me at first glance!

John Ferrell    W8CCW
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2006\06\22@221128 by John Chung

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Layers for programming on GENERIC hardware is good BUT
the cost is expensive. The req becomes too high.
Knowing microsoft the basic req would be an ARM mpu.
With embedded hardware we need to a certain degree of
freedom with the source code which is once again
questionable with microsoft. But after saying that I
still don mind toying with it.

Just out of curiosity is the dev tool compatible with
TS-7200?

John

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2006\06\23@035417 by Russell McMahon

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> Has anyone looked at what embedded processors this thing supports?
> They say
> in the intro that it manages several 8 and 16 bit CPU's but they
> don't list
> which ones.

>> http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1895,1978578,00.asp

>> www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=66d13
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This MAY just relate to the development box:

 a.. Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard
Edition (32-bit x86); Windows XP Service Pack 2
To use Microsoft Robotics Studio with .NET Framework 2.0 Software
Development Kit (SDK):



 a.. .NET Framework 2.0 Software Development Kit (SDK) (x86)


To use Microsoft Robotics Studio with Visual Studio 2005:



 a.. Visual C# 2005 Express Edition, Visual Studio 2005 Standard
Edition, Visual Studio 2005 Professional Edition or Visual Studio 2005
Team System Edition

But maybe you need a PC or equivalent in your robot :-)


       RM

2006\06\23@061743 by John Chung

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Hehe. A movable PVR around the HOUSE! Robot: Sir do
you want some fries while watching the TV?

John


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