I'm not even sure if the subject is phrased correctly as I'm not a programming expert.
This is what I understand of the arduino and its programing language:
All standard c/c++ libraries supported by the avr-g++ compiler should work (ref: http://arduino.cc/en/Main/FAQ)
From what I know about them, they need to be "built" or "compiled" before they can be used using tools such as cygwin and Cmake. In terms of their dependencies I think orocos requires a library called Eigen2. Finally they can both be installed on windows or linux.
I have no idea what it means to "build" or "compile" them before you can use them, but all I really want to know is if I manage to install one of these and create some code using these libraries, and then include the resulting .cpp file as a header in an arduino sketch, and I guess place the entire library in the sketch folder, would it compile and run on the arduino?? (assuming there was enough memory).
I hope thats clear (it never is no matter how well I try to phrase my questions lol).
Thanks in advance.