picturedisplayer.c File Reference
This implements a TCP server which pushes the raw picture stream to a connected client. More...
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|void * ||pictureDisplayer (void *arg)|
| ||This thread is responsible for listening for incoming TCP connections accepting them and pushing the picture data to the stream. |
|char ||pictureDisplayerQuitReq = 0|
| ||Set to 1 to end the picture displayer thread. |
|char ||pictureDisplayerPrio = 10|
| ||Picture displayer priority. |
| ||Mutex for accessing the hsvFrame. |
| ||Mutex for accessing the libfg frame. |
|FRAMEGRABBER * ||fg|
| ||Frame grabber which hides the whole V4L thing. |
|FRAME * ||frame|
| ||The frame we get from the frame grabber. |
|shsv_frame_t * ||hsvFrame|
| ||Our HSV frame. |
| ||The guard's mode: running or watching. |
| ||Tells if the guard is running along the left or right wall. |
|WINDOW * ||pdLogWindow = NULL|
| ||ncurses window, where the logging output will go to. |
This implements a TCP server which pushes the raw picture stream to a connected client.
- picturedisplayer.c,v 1.17 2008/09/18 12:59:02 prokop Exp
Definition in file picturedisplayer.c.
This thread is responsible for listening for incoming TCP connections accepting them and pushing the picture data to the stream.
|arg ||Arguments for this thread. Currently unused. |
Definition at line 56 of file picturedisplayer.c.
Frame grabber which hides the whole V4L thing.
Definition at line 90 of file camServer.c.
Mutex for accessing the libfg frame.
Definition at line 94 of file guard.c.
The frame we get from the frame grabber.
Definition at line 92 of file camServer.c.
Tells if the guard is running along the left or right wall.
See Guard's side
Definition at line 140 of file guard.c.
Our HSV frame.
Definition at line 121 of file guard.c.
Mutex for accessing the hsvFrame.
Definition at line 92 of file guard.c.
ncurses window, where the logging output will go to.
Definition at line 54 of file picturedisplayer.c.
Picture displayer priority.
Picture displayer has to have lower priority because network access slows down picture analysis.
Definition at line 41 of file picturedisplayer.c.