Package Release: BRIDE release 0.1.2

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From Alexander Bubeck of Fraunhofer IPA via ROS Users

Dear ROS-community,


I want to announce the 0.1.2 version of BRIDE that is now in a state that it can be used by ros-developers and I'm looking forward for feedback.


BRIDE is a model driven engineering tool chain based on Eclipse. It is developed as part of the BRICS project.


In manually created ROS components, ROS-specific code parts are usually mixed with the framework-independent algorithmic core of a component. In contrast, BRIDE allows for a clear separation of framework-independent and framework-specific code: Component interfaces and behaviors are modeled in an abstract representation. This representation can then be used to auto-generate source code for different middleware and programming language targets.


You can find more information on the installation as well as tutorials on the corresponding roswiki pages at .


If you are interested in the BRICS concepts, the BRICS project or want to try out the OROCOS targeting of BRIDE please visit .


Best regards,


Alexander Bubeck

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