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Does anyone know of a program that will input a .rbt file and generate robotc C code? I just want to use Robotc code to program my robots.


Tue Jul 16, 2013 10:04 am
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Nope. There's nothing that can let you do this. Lots of the code architecture is lost when compiling into the .rbt file, and much of the code is optimized. Especially if that .rbt file was created in NXT-G, because NXT-G and RobotC have different architectures of .rbt file.

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@NeXT-Generation I think you're confusing .rbt files with .rxe files. A .rbt file is an NXT-G program file, that can be edited in the NXT-G IDE, and can be compiled into an .rxe file (the compiled program that the NXT executes).

Regardless, .rbt is labview (or a derivative), which is proprietary. I'm pretty sure the format specs aren't public knowledge, so don't ever expect such a tool.

RobotC is much more capable than NXT-G, so a literal interpretation would probably be very inefficient. I recommend you just start from scratch, and refer to the .rbt files for program logic reference when necessary.

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Stupid morning brain...

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Next-Gen. At least you answered and I appreciate that and the other answers.


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