The SkewlZone product provides a suite of mechanical hardware, electronic sensors, embedded Linux processors, and software adapted to support several commerciallly available legged robots.
The SkewlZone source documenation is orgainized into a tree of on-line, browsable HTML pages with cross-linked symbols, references, and indices. A RoadNarrows product is composed of one or more packages, developed by RoadNarrows and/or by its subsiduaries. Each package has its own source documentation tree linked by this index.html file.
The SkewlZone package C/C++ source documentation has been generated by doxygen. See www.doxygen.org for more details on doxygen.
The SkewlZone package python source documentation has been generated by pydoc. See www.python.org for more details on pydoc.
The RoadNarrows and RNIS release naming convention uses the following 3-level dotted number scheme, plus an optional modifier: major.minor.revision[-spec]
|major||The major number is increased when there are significant jumps in functionality.|
|minor||The minor number is incremented when only minor features or significant fixes have been added.|
|revision||The revision number is incremented when minor bugs are fixed.|
|spec||Special customer release.|
|librnr||RoadNarrows Robotics Common Library 1|
|libserial||RoadNarrows Robotics RS-232 Serial Interface Library|
|i2c||RoadNarrows Robotics I2C Package|
|RCB3||RoadNarrows Robotics RCB-3 Package|
|botsense||RoadNarrows Robotics BotSense Package|
|rnmake||RoadNarrows Make System|
Click here to view the RoadNarrows Robotics SkewlZone top-level EULA.