Commit 0b0911dd authored by Florent Lamiraux's avatar Florent Lamiraux Committed by Florent Lamiraux florent@laas.fr
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Fix link to agimus documentation.

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///
/// \li A finite state machine switch from one controller to the next
/// one. This finite state machine is implemented in package
/// <a href="@AGIMUS_DOXYGENDOCDIR@/index.html"> \c agimus </a>.
/// <a href="@AGIMUS_PREFIX@/share/doc/agimus/doxygen-html/index.html"> \c agimus </a>.
///
/// \section agimus_doc_sec_architecture ROS runtime architecture
///
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/// hpp_node | <a href="@AGIMUS_HPP_DOXYGENDOCDIR@/index.html">agimus_hpp</a> | hpp_node.py | Client to HPP manipulation planner. Note that \c hppcorbaserver executable must be running and accessible via CORBA channel. This node reads from \c hppcorbaserver. Manipulation planning requests should be launched by the user.
/// start_supervisor | <a href="@AGIMUS_SOT_DOXYGENDOCDIR@/index.html">agimus_sot</a> | start_supervisor.py | Runs a script in the remote python interpreter of the Stack Of Tasks (service \c RunCommand). The name of the script is given as a parameter.
/// path_execution_fsm | <a href="@AGIMUS_DOXYGENDOCDIR@/index.html"> agimus </a> | path_execution_fsm.py | Creates a finite-state machine implemented using smach (see ROS wiki for displaying the fsm).
/// path_execution_supervision | <a href="@AGIMUS_DOXYGENDOCDIR@/index.html"> agimus </a> | rqt_path_execution | GUI that enables the user to control the above finite-state machine in order to follow the planned trajectory as desired (step by step, one shot,...)
/// path_execution_fsm | <a href="@AGIMUS_PREFIX@/share/doc/agimus/doxygen-html/index.html"> agimus </a> | path_execution_fsm.py | Creates a finite-state machine implemented using smach (see ROS wiki for displaying the fsm).
/// path_execution_supervision | <a href="@AGIMUS_PREFIX@/share/doc/agimus/doxygen-html/index.html"> agimus </a> | rqt_path_execution | GUI that enables the user to control the above finite-state machine in order to follow the planned trajectory as desired (step by step, one shot,...)
///
/// \dotfile talos-manipulate-boxes-geometric-simu.launch.dot "Example of ROS architecture for a humanoid robot manipulating a box on a table. Blue and red boxes represent ROS nodes grouped by packages. Grey boxes represent launch files." width=100%
///
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