@DarkGeekMS , Two questions, please refer to this post: https://github.com/robocomp/web/blob/master/gsoc/2020/posts/mohamed_shawky/post06.md
1) In the DSR Integration diagram, I wanted to ask why the Object-Pose-Estimation component does not directly operate on shared Graph G?
As per my study, the Graph G or shared memory also acts as system main memory buffer so in theory it should not be an issue if the Object-Pose-Estimation is operating directly on the Graph G
2) I am a little confused about ICE (which I read used for components interface). In the DSR Integration diagram, the variatoPyrep and variatoDSR component does not use ICE for communication but the graphDSR and Object-Pose-Estimation component use ICE for interface. Can you please comment on this? (sorry if I sound a little confused)
1) The Pose Estimation component is not directly connected to the graph G due to two main reasons :
2) This is done for diagram simplification. graspDSR and Pose Estimation component communicates only through RoboComp's ICE (standard interface), however DSR agents (including viriatoDSR and graspDSR) communicate only through graph G (where some agents inject information into G and others read from it). As for viriatoDSR and viriatoPyRep, they communicate through RoboComp's ICE, where viriatoDSR is the main interface between graph G and the simulator adapter viriatoPyrep.
Can someone encounter this error?My Coppeliasim was installed and .bashrc file the following line: export COPPELIASIM_ROOT=~/robocomp/components/CoppeliaSim_Player_V4_1_0_Ubuntu20_04
are you sure if the path is correct? and that you sourced the .bashrc after writing the command?
That's true, Anaconda install libraries in its own environment but I install all libraries in native python, not anaconda and still have the error.
You can find all the conda libraries at this location: C:\Users[USERNAME]\Anaconda3\Lib\site-packages
And Python libraries at this location: C:\Users[USERNAME]\AppData\Local\Programs\Python[Python version]\Lib\site-packages
Or you choose to follow the steps to find out the location of the installed packages:
You now have the package's location