Offline System Editor

Outline


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Offline System Editor location


The Offline System Editor allows for creation of RT systems by drag and drop of components from a repository into a system diagram. Its operation is generally the same as the online editor, but the state of RT components cannot be changed, nor will component state information be updated.

Functionality

Opening the Offline System Editor

To open a new Offline System Editor, click Open New Offline System Editor in the toolbar, or select Open New Offline System Editor from the File menu.

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Open New Offline System Editor button



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Open New Offline System Editor menu entry


Adding Component Specifications to the Offline System Editor

To add a component specification to the editor, drag it from the repository view.

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Adding a component specification to the Offline System Editor


Editing Component Specifications with the Offline System Editor

With the exception of executing components, the Offline System Editor is capable of all functions of the System Editor.

Download

latest Releases

For Begginers

Windows msi(installer) package (only trying samples)

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1.2.1-RELEASE

Development environment is required for RT-Component development. See download page for details.

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Integrated Development Platform

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RT-Components collection by AIST

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Tokyo Opensource Robotics Association

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Middleware for DAQ (Data Aquisition) by KEK