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New Release: ROBOTC 3.62

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This is most likely the last 3.x ROBOTC release.  It fixes a couple of things, you can find the list of changes below.  Download your copy of it here: [LINK]. 3.61 to 3.62 Changelog Bug Fix: Fixed additional bug in “NXT Brick – Joystick” windows with the “Improper Argument” message box. Installer Fix: Updated Code Signing Certificate for Installers – ... Read More »

Cool project: ROBOTC-based cable cart

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When Melanie Steiner contacted me some time ago with a question about using joystick control in combination with the Mindsensors NXTServo controller, I got curious. What was she making?  It turned out she is one of the members of a small group of students in Switzerland who were taking part in a contest.  The task was to make a system ... Read More »

New Release: ROBOTC 3.61

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This is essentially just a maintenance release with a couple of important changes.  The Changelog is small but the fixes are great (taken from the original article): NEW Joystick Configuration Utility – Added compatibility for custom joystick configurations; the Joystick Configuration Utility can now be used to configure a wide variety of controllers for use with ROBOTC. Read about it ... Read More »

Robot Virtual Worlds – Maze Crawler

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It’s finally finished and ready to be published, my Robot Virtual Worlds Maze Crawler is fully functional.  Check out the screenshot below. The engine for this robot consists of two Finite State Machines (FSM) that handle the cruising around, turning, scanning, etc.  Here’s a little video of it, doing its thing. Main FSM The main state machine consists of 5 ... Read More »

ROBOTC 4.x Announcement

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The people who watched last week’s Webinar, got a glimpse of what’s coming in ROBOTC 4.x.  I’m very excited about this as it will support two new platforms: the VEX IQ and of course the new MINDSTORMS EV3.  I’m currently working on overhauling the Driver Suite, so it will be ready for the launch of ROBOTC 4.x later in autumn ... Read More »

New Release: ROBOTC 3.60

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There’s a new release version of ROBOTC out now.  No longer just a beta, this one’s for real!  There are so many changes since the last release, 3.54, you’d have to be crazy not to update!  I’ve been testing the in-between releases like mad, 3.56, 359 and some builds in between.  They all seem to work fine with the Driver ... Read More »

ROBOTC 3.59.0 BETA available now!

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The fine folks at Robomattter have released a new beta.  Now, I don’t think it should be called a beta, but I’m sure they have their reasons for that.  It fixes quite a number of issues that were reported in 3.54 and 3.55.2.  Thankfully, most, if not all of those bugs have been resolved.  This is a very stable build, ... Read More »

Please insert token: strtok() for ROBOTC

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I’ve been very busy working on a completely revised driver for the Dexter Industries DWiFi and I needed a clean way to tokenise a string that had a single character as a separator.  ROBOTC didn’t seem to have a strtok() which is what you’d use if you were using gcc or some other standard C compiler.  So I made my ... Read More »

ROBOTC 3.54 available now!

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After a slight delay after my initial 3.1 Driver Suite release, ROBITC 3.54 is finally available!  There have been so many changes and fixes to make ROBOTC even better than before.  This version also includes version 3.1 of my driver suite.  We’re currently working on collaborating even more with regards to the inclusion and updating of my Suite as part ... Read More »