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Require C++11. Replace a lot of Boost usage with equivalent things from the C++11 standard library. Eliminate any leftover gccxml-related code since it cannot parse C++11. Python bindings can only be generated with castxml. By switching boost::shared_ptr to std::shared_ptr we are losing some of the built-in smarts of Boost.Python. To get around this I have copied over the relevant bits of Boost.Python code and modified it to use std::shared_ptr.
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The Open Motion Planning Library (OMPL)

Linux / OS X Build Status Windows Build status

Visit the OMPL installation page for detailed installation instructions.

OMPL has the following required dependencies:

  • Boost (version 1.54 or higher)
  • CMake (version 2.8.7 or higher)

The following dependencies are optional:

  • ODE (needed to compile support for planning using the Open Dynamics Engine)
  • Py++ (needed to generate Python bindings)
  • Doxygen (needed to create a local copy of the documentation at http://ompl.kavrakilab.org/core)
  • Eigen (needed for an informed sampling technique to improve the optimization of path length and for the Vector Field RRT planner)

Once dependencies are installed, you can build OMPL on Linux, OS X, and MS Windows. Go to the top-level directory of OMPL and type the following commands:

mkdir -p build/Release
cd build/Release
cmake ../..
# next step is optional
make -j 4 update_bindings # if you want Python bindings
make -j 4 # replace "4" with the number of cores on your machine