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Hi Felix,

this cannot be connected to any launch file, since the launch file is not used during compile time.

There are two ways of seeing the warnings:

  1. There is a message at the beginning of the rosmake output, which looks something like this:

    [ rosmake ] Logging to directory/home/martin/.ros/rosmake/rosmake_output-20120112-135426

    All logs (including the warnings) are in files below that directory.

  2. You can run make instead of rosmake to see the warnings. Note however that make doesn't build the dependencies. Also you'll probably need to run make clean beforehand to see anything interesting going on.