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cmake >= 3.5
All OSes: click here for installation instructions
make >= 4.1(mac, linux), 3.81(Windows)
gcc/g++ >= 5.4
Some function signatures have changed in v0.14.x. See this PR for more details.
git clone https://github.com/uWebSockets/uWebSockets cd uWebSockets git checkout e94b6e1
Ipopt and CppAD: Please refer to this document for installation instructions.
Eigen. This is already part of the repo so you shouldn't have to worry about it.
Simulator. You can download these from the releases tab.
Not a dependency but read the DATA.md for a description of the data sent back from the simulator.
mkdir build && cd build
cmake .. && make
The docker-compose can run the project into a container and exposes the port required by the simulator to run.
lake_track_waypoints.csvfile has waypoints of the lake track. This could fit polynomials and points and see of how well your model tracks curve. NOTE: This file might be not completely in sync with the simulator so your solution should NOT depend on it.
We have kept editor configuration files out of this repo to keep it as simple and environment agnostic as possible. However, we recommend using the following settings:
Please (do your best to) stick to Google's C++ style guide.
Note: regardless of the changes you make, your project must be buildable using cmake and make!
More information is only accessible by people who are already enrolled in Term 2 of CarND. If you are enrolled, see the project page for instructions and the project rubric.
Help your fellow students!
We decided to create Makefiles with cmake to keep this project as platform agnostic as possible. We omitted IDE profiles to ensure students don't feel pressured to use one IDE or another.
However! I'd love to help people get up and running with their IDEs of choice. If you've created a profile for an IDE you think other students would appreciate, we'd love to have you add the requisite profile files and instructions to ide_profiles/. For example if you wanted to add a VS Code profile, you'd add:
The README should explain what the profile does, how to take advantage of it, and how to install it.
Frankly, I've never been involved in a project with multiple IDE profiles before. I believe the best way to handle this would be to keep them out of the repo root to avoid clutter. Most profiles will include instructions to copy files to a new location to get picked up by the IDE, but that's just a guess.
One last note here: regardless of the IDE used, every submitted project must still be compilable with cmake and make./
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