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This article shows how to add the CAO_i.c file Include path to your Visual Studio project. This applies when using the CAO Engine to communicate to the robot controller and programming in either Visual C/C++. This article is not intended to aid you on how to use Visual Studio IDE.
Tools and Parts needed
- Visual Studio IDE (This examples uses Visual Studio 2017)
The following sample code is provided “AS IS” under the MIT License. Programming support service is out of warranty. Please note that we do not provide any programming support service beyond basic setup and troubleshooting.
Step by Step Guide
After you have created your project in Visual Studio right click on your project entry under the Solution Explorer section.
Select the “Properties…” option. The Project Property Pages window should appear.
On the Property Pages window perform the following operations:
- Expand the Configuration Properties list and select VC++ Directories
- Select “Include Directories” in the right pane.
- Press the drop down icon
- Select <Edit…>
The Include Directories window should come up.
On the Include Directories window include the path to the CAO_i.c file.
- Press the “New Line” button
- Press the […] button
- Select the following directory
Press the OK button to add the new Include directory.
Confirm that the bCAP Client path is properly included.
Press OK to confirm.
- Programming in Visual C/C++ (bCAP Packets)
- ORiN 2 Programming Guide – Section 2.6.1 “Client development with C++” (C:\ORiN2\CAO\Doc\ORiN2_ProgrammersGuide_en.pdf)
- ORiN 2 – Overview