Commit 4886f7e7 authored by Joseph Mirabel's avatar Joseph Mirabel Committed by Joseph Mirabel
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Add instruction to dysplay a configuration.

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...@@ -54,10 +54,17 @@ Instructions in python terminal trigger computation on the server side that stor ...@@ -54,10 +54,17 @@ Instructions in python terminal trigger computation on the server side that stor
Those objects, mainly +paths+, +roadmap+ can be accessed using the methods described at the end of this page. Those objects, mainly +paths+, +roadmap+ can be accessed using the methods described at the end of this page.
Displaying a path Displaying a configuration or a path
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While running, your RRT algorithm will produce paths to store in the roadmap While running, your RRT algorithm will produce configurations and paths to store in the roadmap
edges. Those paths are stored in a vector and can be displayed by the path edges. To display a configuration +q+ in the viewer, use
[source,python]
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r (q)
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Functions that create a path (such as +directPath+ below) appends
the created path to a vector. The path can be displayed by the path
player +pp+. To display the result of your algorithm, type player +pp+. To display the result of your algorithm, type
[source,python] [source,python]
...@@ -155,4 +162,4 @@ ps.configAtParam (pathId, parameter) ...@@ -155,4 +162,4 @@ ps.configAtParam (pathId, parameter)
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# return: number of connected components # return: number of connected components
ps.numberConnectedComponents () ps.numberConnectedComponents ()
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...@@ -810,13 +810,20 @@ Instructions in python terminal trigger computation on the server side that stor ...@@ -810,13 +810,20 @@ Instructions in python terminal trigger computation on the server side that stor
Those objects, mainly <code>paths</code>, <code>roadmap</code> can be accessed using the methods described at the end of this page.</td> Those objects, mainly <code>paths</code>, <code>roadmap</code> can be accessed using the methods described at the end of this page.</td>
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<div class="paragraph"><p>Displaying a configuration or a path</p></div>
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<pre><code>While running, your RRT algorithm will produce configurations and paths to store in the roadmap
edges. To display a configuration +q+ in the viewer, use
[source,python]</code></pre>
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<h2 id="_displaying_a_path">Displaying a path</h2> <h2 id="_r_q">r (q)</h2>
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<div class="paragraph"><p>While running, your RRT algorithm will produce paths to store in the roadmap <div class="paragraph"><p>Functions that create a path (such as <code>directPath</code> below) appends
edges. Those paths are stored in a vector and can be displayed by the path the created path to a vector. The path can be displayed by the path
player <code>pp</code>. To display the result of your algorithm, type</p></div> player <code>pp</code>. To display the result of your algorithm, type</p></div>
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