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| * [[/CodeReview]]: how to use the Rietveld code review tool with our codebase
* [[/GkiGrid]]: how to run experiments on the GKI grid
| * [[/CodeReview]]: how to use Bitbucket code reviews or the Rietveld code review tool with our codebase
* [[/GkiGrid]]: how to run experiments on the GKI grid in Freiburg
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Information for developers
/DevelopmentSetup: which tools to install for working on the planner
/AddingSourceFiles: how to add new source files to the planner
/Mercurial: our Mercurial workflow and Mercurial tips and tricks
/CodingConventions: coding conventions for C++ code
/Whitespace: how to indent, where to break lines, where to put spaces etc. in C++ code
/Uncrustify: using the uncrustify source code pretty printer, including integration with Mercurial
/Includes: using include-what-you-use to find missing/redundant includes and forward declarations
/CodeReview: how to use Bitbucket code reviews or the Rietveld code review tool with our codebase
/GkiGrid: how to run experiments on the GKI grid in Freiburg
/BuildBot: buildbot information
/ImplementationDetails: more in-depth descriptions on how some classes are implemented
/CodeBasesToMerge: code from papers we want to merge in the (medium-term) future
/ReviewQueue: Malte's FIFO list of issues to review
/LongTermPlans: long-term wishlist of changes with broader scope
/ProblemTransformations: problem transformations performed by the planner that might trip up users interested in non-classical planning
/CmakeTipsAndTricks: tips and tricks for CMake
/Profiling: on using valgrind and friends
Other bits and pieces
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