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dev:ros:build_package_deb [2019/12/25 15:40] (current)
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 +# Build a ROS Package - Method A
 +<note important>​This needs to be confirmed, but it should work...</​note>​
 +When you need to build a separate package for ROS, instead of going throught all the steps like in the installation process, this should work
 +    mkdir -p temp_dir/​src
 +    cd temp_dir/​src
 +    # Here, put your package_folder
 +    cd ../
 +    # Maybe you can try this to resolve the dependencies,​ but I'm reaaaaally not sure 'bout that...
 +    #rosdep install --from-paths src --ignore-src --rosdistro hydro -y -r --os=debian:​wheezy
 +    sudo /​opt/​ros/​hydro/​ catkin_make_isolated -DBUILD_BINARY_PACKAGE=ON -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/​opt/​ros/​hydro -DCMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR=lib --install --merge --install-space /​opt/​ros/​hydro
 +Aaaannd, that's it.
 +# Build a ROS Package - Method B
 +This one doesn'​t directly rely on catkin, it doesn'​t manage dependencies though...
 +    mkdir yourpackage
 +    git clone --branch release/​hydro/​@package_name@/​@package_branch@ @git_repository@ @package_name@
 +    mkdir build
 +    cd build
 +    make
 +    sudo make install
 +This method comes from the Archlinux PKGBUILDs, it works on Debian like this. There should be a way to checkinstall make install... and then we could (fully) package ROS for Debian in an easy, kinda automatic way...
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