Defined in File start_stop.h
Enables a generic signal handler. Optional but recommended.
This catches SIGINT, SIGTERM, SIGHUP, and SIGSEGV and does the following:
SIGINT (ctrl-c) Sets process state to EXITING indicating to the user threads to shut down cleanly. All user threads should check rc_get_state to catch this.
SITERM: Same as SIGINT above
SIGHUP: Ignored to prevent process from stopping due to loose USB network connection. Also allows robot control programs to keep running after USB cable in intentionally removed.
SIGSEGV: Segfaults will be caught and print some debugging info to the screen before setting rc_state to EXITING. Behavior with segfaults is no guaranteed to be predictable.
Returns 0 on success or -1 on error