Removed headers, sonar uses custom timestamp, added code to manually update timestamp
Added position to published sonar messages
Adding Charles's headlight code
Added ENABLE output for stepper
This will hopefully solve the problem of the stepper heating excessivelyand constantly using current.
Fixed rosserial; now works with Gumstix
Changed stepper to always step in step_sweep
Also added whole/half step as a separate setting, with a singlestep_do_step function. Also added stepper to main.cpp.
Range sensors work now! :D
Began filling in ROSsy main function
BOM testing code in main.cpp works with rosserial
Changed scout_avr's main.cpp to use rosserial
Changed range sensor to read on-demand
Fixed pins to work with 128rfa1 instead of 2560
Moved some sensors to different timers
Most notably, change the ROS millisecond counter to share the BOM 38 kHztimer instead of having its own. The range sensor and BOM rx will nowshare timer 5, but they both have to be fixed for the higher F_CPU.
Some fixes to BOM, which is now tested and it works
Added initial BOM code
Only the sending code has been tested; receiving will soon be tested aswell.
Fixed range sensor code to support 2
Also, tested (with only one sensor) and it seemed to work adequately.
Added second range sensor to scout_avr
Not yet tested.
Added and tested range sensor to scout_avr
Max output should be 37500 (max observed value actually ~38600), and itmay be scaled down later. Also, the second sonar will need to be addedlater... forgot about that...
Also, added an option to avrdude in the Makefile which makes it upload...
Fixed problem with serial rx. Rosserial now works.
Tested rosserial a little with a 328.
It doesn't quite work yet. Writing works, reading has not been tested,and rosserial acts weirdly inconsistent.
Added preliminary rosserial code, in scout_avr/
Everything in src/ros_lib was copied from the rosserial_client packageor generated with 'rosrun rosserial_client make_library.py ...'. Thecontents of the Makefile are just for testing whether it compiles. This...