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This is most likely a locale problem. If you've not configured your machine to use en_US.UTF-8, the urdf parser will try to use commas (,) for floating point nrs, and you're using dots (.).

This is most likely a locale problem. If you've not configured your machine to use en_US.UTF-8, the urdf parser will try to use commas (,) for floating point nrs, and you're using dots (.).

See #q272692 for an older duplicate.

This is most likely a locale problem. If you've not configured your machine to use en_US.UTF-8, the urdf parser will try to use commas (,) for floating point nrs, and you're using dots (.).

See #q272692 for an older duplicate.

Note: just to clarify: this is an issue with urdfdom. The solution is not to override locale everywhere, that would be just a work-around.