|Subject:||[Paparazzi-devel] HELP: Missing sim files in Booz_A1.|
|Date:||Tue, 24 Apr 2012 13:14:27 +0930|
I have downloaded the paparazi auto pilot team project from https://github.com/paparazzi/paparazzi.github.com and followed the installation instructions. I have managed to simulate the Microjet, Easyjet_ETS, tiny_IMU and the twinjet but have failed to simulate all the others. I get the following error when I try to simulate the Booz2_A1 with target set to "sim" and session set to "Booz simulation: AHRS";
/home/a1216390/paparazzi/Paparazzi_NEW/sw/simulator/nps/nps_fdm_jsbsim.c:171: error: type ‘<type error>’ argument given to ‘delete’, expected pointer
/home/a1216390/paparazzi/Paparazzi_NEW/sw/simulator/nps/nps_fdm_jsbsim.c:178: error: ‘JSBSim’ has not been declared
/home/a1216390/paparazzi/Paparazzi_NEW/sw/simulator/nps/nps_fdm_jsbsim.c:178: error: ‘IC’ was not declared in this scope
/home/a1216390/paparazzi/Paparazzi_NEW/sw/simulator/nps/nps_fdm_jsbsim.c:183: error: type ‘<type error>’ argument given to ‘delete’, expected pointer
/home/a1216390/paparazzi/Paparazzi_NEW/sw/simulator/nps/nps_fdm_jsbsim.c: In function ‘void init_ltp()’:
/home/a1216390/paparazzi/Paparazzi_NEW/sw/simulator/nps/nps_fdm_jsbsim.c:191: error: ‘FGPropagate’ was not declared in this scope
/home/a1216390/paparazzi/Paparazzi_NEW/sw/simulator/nps/nps_fdm_jsbsim.c:191: error: ‘propagate’ was not declared in this scope
/home/a1216390/paparazzi/Paparazzi_NEW/sw/simulator/nps/nps_fdm_jsbsim.c:191: error: ‘FDMExecto_quat(DoubleQuat*, int)’:
Any help will be appreciated
RegiusOn 20 April 2012 02:11, Xavier RIVIERE <address@hidden> wrote:Hi,
I'm working on a homemade soldering Lisa/L, and I'm testing each fonction.
FTDI and USB part is working well, and I can program the STM32. So I did.
I run lisa/l some test programs for lisa :
But for "test_telemetry" and "test_actuators_mkk", I have compilation errors...
My problem is that when I try to compile the complete software, I don't have any communication between the ARM and the Xbee. GCS remain blank, and when I check with an oscilloscope, there is no signal passing on the line.
Any idea ??
To be complete, I have to say that I don't have any IMU connect yet. Maybe the problem come from that ?
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--Kind Regards,Regius Asiimwe
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