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Another common suggestion for teams is to store their programs on flash drives. The idea is that each team member will have his or her own flash drive to save programs. Each flash drive is mapped to the same drive path on the computer, so no matter who plugs up a drive, the Data Directory path in the settings.ini file is the same. Keeping the settings.ini file correct is very important, or you can run into issues with the broken My Blocks, as you saw in Figure 12 8. For example if my Data Directory path is configured for the X drive, all my flash drives should also be mapped as the X drive on any computer they are connected. This can be done via the Computer Management application in Windows; it will allow you to specify the drive letter you wish to assign to your flash drive. Also, with such a system, it s wise to have a master flash drive that your program task master uses to store the latest version of all the programs, in addition to the flash drives for team members. This would be the flash drive that you take with you to your competitions. To learn more about this method of program management, I suggest visiting the www.TechBrick.com web site; it has a very good write up on how to use such a system.
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Note Be careful that you don t lose your flash drives. Keep them in a safe location when not in use. It s also still a good idea to make nightly backups of your programs.
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When working with your NXT-G programs, it s tempting to give the programs silly names, such as Liz Grabber Thingy, or encrypted acronyms, such as LGT. These names may be meaningful to the original programmer, but other people on the team are not going to have any idea of what they mean or do. A team should come up with some standard naming conventions. Since the file name is what gets shown on the NXT brick screen, don t make it too long or too confusing. The name should say what the program does; having a noun and action can be helpful. Something such as GrabRings is a good start, but if you have multiple rings on the table, this name isn t all that helpful. Changing it to something like GrabRedRings could be much more useful. Now, someone reading that file name will be able to figure out what the program does quickly without having to dig too far into the actual code itself. If you have combined multiple tasks into a single mission, you can name the programs based on the mission names, for example, ZoneOneMission or DeliverGoodsMission. Try not to include details such as the order in which the program is going to be run. Names such as FirstProgram or ProgramTwo are not helpful at all, because the order in which you run the programs could change, and these names really don t tell the operator what the program is designed to do. Adding a version number is also a helpful idea when you re trying to keep track of your programs. If you have multiple programs in your folder, as shown in Figure 12 9, by looking at the file name, you can see there are two programs named PushCarToBase 1.0 and PushCarToBase 1.1. In that case, you can tell right away what the program does and which one is the newest version.
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Figure 12 9. NXT-G file dialog box
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Proper program management is critical in having a winning robot team. Even though the actual robot design and programs are important, without keeping your programs in order, your team can quickly get disorganized and fall behind. It s important to practice good code management skills from the beginning: make sure you re using you re using the latest versions of the code; keep files backed up, and use proper naming conventions.
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