RoboComp is an open-source Robotics framework providing the tools to create and modify software components that communicate through public interfaces. Components may require, subscribe, implement or publish interfaces in a seamless way. Building new components is done using two domain specific languages, IDSL and CDSL. With IDSL you define an interface and with CDSL you specify how the component will communicate with the world. With this information, a code generator creates C++ and/or Python sources, based on CMake, that compile and execute flawlessly. When some of these features have to be changed, the component can be easily regenerated and all the user specific code is preserved thanks to a simple inheritance mechanism.
March 10th 2021
Google officially announced the list of organisations participating in GSoC’21 and RoboComp is in! The next important deadlines are:
- March 10 - March 29: Students get involved in the project and disscuss ideas with the mentors. If you’re thinking about participating as a student, please follow all the tutorials.
- March 29 - April 13: Students submit their applications.
- April 13 - May 17: Applications are reviewed and selected.
- May 17: The list of accepted students is announced.
February 19th 2021
We just made available the list of ideas for the Google Summer of Code 2021. If you are interested in any of the ideas listed, we encourage you to get involved in the project and apply if RoboComp gets accepted into GSoC’21. Read more
February 11th 2021
The list of ideas for the Google summer of Code 2021 will be available soon.