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  • #1694

    Anonymous

    Hello,

    Is there any APIs function to check if the trajetory ended ?

    I’m using ROS and I want to send a message when the trajectory ended.

    If there is no API function, is there a tip on how to do that ?

    Thanks you,
    Best regards,
    Mathieu.

    #1774

    Hugo Lamontagne
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    Hi Mathieu,

    I’m very sorry for the late reply. You can use the function GetGlobalTrajectoryInfo(TrajectoryFIFO &). The TrajectoryFIFO structure that is returned contains a variable named TrajectoryCount. When it reaches 0, your trajectory has ended. I hope this will help you. And again, very sorry for the delay.

    Hugo

    #1777

    Anonymous

    Hello,

    No problem about that 🙂

    thanks you for the answer, that perfect for me.

    Have a nice day,
    Best Regards,
    Mathieu.

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