yarp - YARP - Yet Another Robot Platform

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YARP is a library and toolkit for communication and device interfaces, used on everything from humanoids to embedded devices. Regular YARP builds use the ACE library. On Linux and macOS, YARP can be compiled without ACE by adding -DSKIP_ACE=TRUE when running cmake.

http://www.yarp.it
https://github.com/robotology/yarp

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