PlayerClientLibraries

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** [http://java-player.sourceforge.net/  Javaclient] (development stopped) by [http://playerstage.sourceforge.net/wiki/User:Rbrusu Radu Bogdan Rusu]
** [http://java-player.sourceforge.net/  Javaclient] (development stopped) by [http://playerstage.sourceforge.net/wiki/User:Rbrusu Radu Bogdan Rusu]
** [http://cns.bu.edu/~cjmorlan/robotics/octplayer/ GNU Octave]  by Cameron Morland
** [http://cns.bu.edu/~cjmorlan/robotics/octplayer/ GNU Octave]  by Cameron Morland
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** [http://rubyplayer.rubyforge.org/ Ruby] by Torbjørn Dahl
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** [http://rubyplayer.rubyforge.org/ Ruby] by Torbj
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** [http://www-robotics.cs.umass.edu/~bburns/software/player-lisp.html LISP] by Bredan Burns
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** [http://king.net.pl/playercontrib/guileplayer Scheme/Guile] by Paul Osmialowski
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Revision as of 12:58, 11 April 2007

The Player distribution comes with code libraries that simplify the writing of Player clients by hiding the details of the Player Protocol and providing a set of functions or objects that communicate with the Player server.

Libraries in the Player distribution

Currrently these libraries are distributed with Player:

The number of libraries in the distro is deliberately kept small.

Third-party libraries

Several alternative libraries have been released by third-parties to enable Player client development in many languages.

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