Sorry about this cross-post… But i think this is the right place for it…
well, i’m looking for teoric information on this topic.
The problem is:
i have a robot interacting with some resource managers (one for each
hardware input), and a lot of user-programs. The scheme that i make was
basically something like this:
[Manager] — [Comm. Mngr] — [User-program Mngr]
It’s a little bit more complicated than that…
i’m trying to make a really good insert-module scheme. When any new
piece being added to the robot the only thing that i should do is to
a module (or something like) and the same for new user programs. Something
like Neutrino does, or the linux kernel (using insmod).
Today, every time that i add new options to the robot, i have to
re-compile the manager’s (Manager and User-program manager) source code.
It’s like an Operation-System programming. Of course a very simple, high
level operation system.
I’m not shure if i explain well the problem… If anyone want, please
fell free to contact-me at e-mail.