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The rosdoc generation is based on the development branch declared for each rosdistro in the appropriate rosdistro file.

When we spin up groovy you can set your new trunk in it's rosdistro file and it will be added to the index. Right now you could put it into the unstable rosdistro, but that is slated to be retired soon.

The rosdoc generation is based on the development branch declared for each rosdistro in the appropriate rosdistro file. When the job runs it will update with new commits, and is does not require a rerelease to see your new documentation.

When we spin up groovy you can set your new trunk in it's rosdistro file and it will be added to the index. Right now you could put it into the unstable rosdistro, but that is slated to be retired soon. Adding groovy and removing unstable should happen soon.