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One solution is to manually execute make:

cd /tmp/foo/build/mypackage
catkin build --get-env mypackage | catkin env -si  /usr/bin/make -j

One solution is to manually execute make:

cd /tmp/foo/build/mypackage
catkin build --get-env mypackage | catkin env -si  /usr/bin/make -j

This is fine for CI but not all that convenient to do manually. Ideally the package target would be built automatically whenever you compile the catkin package.

One solution is to manually execute make:

cd /tmp/foo/build/mypackage
catkin build --get-env mypackage | catkin env -si  /usr/bin/make -j
-j package

This is fine for CI but not all that convenient to do manually. Ideally the package target would be built automatically whenever you compile the catkin package.