Please read the
INSTALL file carefully, and look at the bug list. Make sure you have got the latest version. If it still doesn't work, send a bug report to email@example.com or SourceForge and we will try to fix it as soon as possible.
gtk-config is in the path! You may need to set the environmental variable
GTK_CONFIG if, for example, the name of
gtk-config is changed.
The problem is probably that you have used degrees instead of radians. Multiply the angle with pi/180 to make it work correctly.
Your robot is probably only fetching one message per signal, but RTB does usually send more messages at once before sending a signal.
If your messages are not recognized at all, the problem may be that the STDOUT needs to be flushed. In C++ this is done automatically by sending
cout, but in other languages you have to do it explicitly.
Another common mistake is to forget whitespace between the arguments of a message. This problem can be hard to find since the warning message is usually sent too late or not at all.
This is very simple. Just set the environmental variable LANG to your language. In bash for example, use this:
% export LANG=en_USNote that en_US is to be replaced with the language code that you want to use.
There are, at this moment, seven translations apart from english: Polish, Portuguese, German, Swedish, Japanese, Galecian and Spanish.
Work is currently in progress for the upcoming v2.0 of RTB, which is a complete rewrite and does involve lots of new concepts, see the documentation page for more info. If you are interested in joining the team, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.