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building JNI bundles

I've previously posted about building against bundles in SVN to get the latest BUG software.  This is a followup with special attention paid to the jni bundles.  I assume a certain knowledge of the SDK, our build system, and eclipse.  You'll need eclipse (3.3.2), subclipse, CDT, and CTE plugins installed.  eclipse 3.3.2: http://archive.eclipse.org/eclipse/downloads/drops/R-3.3.2-200802211800/index.phpsubclipse: http://subclipse.tigris.org/update_1.4.xCDT update site: http://download.eclipse.org/tools/cdt/releases/europaCTE update site: http://concierge.sourceforge.net/cte/updateAs of RC1.4.1 of the BUG software stack, control of the hardware is done by using...
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building a BUG App against the API in svn trunk

Us BUG developers have been working up a storm recently to bring out a new release of BUG software (R1.4, as yet unreleased).  This includes new additions to the API for new modules, and the occasional refactoring of APIs for existing modules.  Some of the changes are really cool and I want to begin writing BUG apps against the new APIs immediately.  While the SDK release schedule is fairly frequent, sometimes I prefer not to...
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MotherBUG+Von Hippel+Arduino Mini+Servo Motor

Put them together and what do you get?  A web-controllable office cam.  Try it out for yourself (updated 12/12/2008, 7:32PM):go to http://motherbug1.buglabs.net/Servo and the UI is pretty straight forwardSee?  This was a great collaborative and creative effort on the part of myself, misaacs, and bballantine.  How it works is that there is a BUG App containing a Java Servlet that handles the request at http://motherbug1..../Servo.  The parameter to the servlet is rounded to an integer...
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MotherBUG: Bigger, Badder, Unplugged

MotherBUG, our in-house publicly accessible physical BUG, is back online after a few release cycles and our big office relocation.  She's running MotherBUGTweetNTwitch again, as before.  This morning she caught bballantine and mcholerton getting in early.  The cool difference is that instead of using a daughter card to access our network, she's using a pre-production revision of our upcoming and long awaited wifi module.  There is still some work to be done getting userspace tools...
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