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Auto Position Source Code Export

sorry if this is a silly question but let me ask you how to export C # SDK code file, I can't export C # code file with AutoPosition Frames?


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#1  
Unless I missed a big update, no, you can't export C# source code from EZ-Builder.  If I am understanding the question though, you want to build a set of AutoPosition frames in EZ-Builder, and then use them in your own C# program?  This is theoretically possible.  EZ-Builder .EZB files are really XML files.  You should be able to examine the file and determine which parts describe the AutoPosition frames, and then in C# write an interpreter of that XML file to execute it. 

I am not sure why you would want to, particularly now that EZ-Builder can run on small Linux computers like a Raspberry Pie so it is easy and cheap to embed in a robot, so unless you are trying to make a very very tiny robot, you might as well use the full functionality of the tool as written, but I think what you want to do is possible if you are just trying it for the challenge or have some other purpose (class work?).

Alan
Australia
#2   — Edited
I don't know if it is true or not, but I think there is someone who can tell it can be exported via a utility import / export card. But I don't know how to do it?:Dthis is just an image I found online.
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#3  
There may be a plugin to add those buttons.  The export to file and import are in the basic software, and do export just the auto-position as XML, so you don't need to dig through the whole project file.    I'll poke around, but hopefully DJ or someone else will see this and can give direction.

Alan
Synthiam
#4  
There is no sdk by synthiam so there is no export to sdk buttons in the auto position.
#5  
DJ, you eliminated the SDK?  That explains why I haven't been able to locate a download link for it since we moved from EZ-Robot to Synthiam (not that I was planning on using it anyway now that we can create behavior controls).  A little surprised, although from the questions from the handful of users, I can see that it may have been more trouble than it was worth to maintain.

Alan
Synthiam
#6  
Yeah exactly. Plus with the changes and direction we’re taking EZ-Builder, you’ll be able to compile your own programs in it soon. That’s what we’ve been working on in the background. All good things take time:)