Article #569: Robowerk Robot Simulator V1.0.rc1b

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Article #569: Robowerk Robot Simulator V1.0.rc1b

Created at 07:12 Jan 28, 2006 by matt

Last modified at 20:00 Jan 30, 2006

Robowerk is an application that simulates and controls robots. Robowerk specializes in walking robots with two or more legs.

Please select "Help"->"Inro" to get instruction on loading the demo project.

This is Release Candidate 1b, a repackaged version that works without the installation of any additional libraries on Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP.  The third link points to a Linux installer for Robowerk.

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From MCO, 03:11 Feb 03, 2006 (score=3)

Works fine now, and looks great !
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From matt, 03:53 Feb 03, 2006 (score=3)

Thanks! Glad you like it.

I installed a forum for all further discussions on this app to avoid cluttering the FLTK site:
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From konst, 06:43 Jan 29, 2006 (score=3)

Not starting, wxp sp1. By the way, if you provide installer it would be nice to add uninstall option. Waiting for bugfix to test the software. 
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From opus123, 01:26 Jan 29, 2006 (score=3)

Me too (Win XP German, SP2). But the screenshot on your HP looks promising! Greets...
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From MCO, 16:17 Jan 28, 2006 (score=3)

When I try to run the application after I install it, I have a dialog box that warns about and incorrect configuration, and the application exits ( windows XP).
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From matt, 02:33 Jan 29, 2006 (score=3)

Thanks for testing. I will repackage everything using VC6 instead, so I have no dependencies on libraries that do much more than I'll ever need. I am planning on putting the new archinve up by the end of the week, including the OS X and Linux version.
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From MCO, 11:53 Jan 29, 2006 (score=3)

Great, it sure looks like an exciting app !
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