i am trying to get the mrl started in eclipse like described here (http://myrobotlab.org/quick_start)
pressing F11 starts opening a
"[main] ERROR class org.myrobotlab.runtime.ProcParser - proc data not found - not a Linux system?"
is there an ability to start it on my Win10 Machine? and if, How... Couldn't find something here about changing code for WIn10 on this
public static final String cpuinfoPath = "/proc/cpuinfo";
Thanks in advance
PS found this on the dark side of the internet, but that seems outdated...
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ok i cloned the Devel Branch, but error persists...
Seems the ProcParser is only designed for linux systems, as stated in the error...
shall i try to mess around there or is there an simple solution for Win10 environments?
BTW: due to offline work i can't be online all my time...
Thanks for feedback, so far...
Hey I get that too
Hey I get that too !
Go to http://myrobotlab.org/quick_start
Switch to Java view and double-click org.myrobotlab.service.Runtime This will bring the Runtime service into the editor. The Runtime is the first service which starts when MyRobotLab begins. It controls starting and stopping other Services. This is the service we want to start to run MyRobotLab interactively through the Eclipse debugger.
This will start the debugger, which if you don't have any errors should start the Runtime service. You can switch to the debug perspective, and it should look like this.