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In Groovy, most of the building tools used in previous distributions are still valid. So you can build your stuff that you have been able to build with catkin, and also build the packages that you made with qt_ros, and run them.

Wiki pages of qt_ros neither specifies that they don't work on Groovy nor that buildsystem to be used. Considering that it worked pretty well for me with rosbuild, I recommend to use it first with rosbuild (run rosmake).

In Groovy, most of the building tools used in previous distributions are still valid. So you can build your stuff that you have been able to build with catkin, and also build the packages that you made with qt_ros, and run them.

Wiki pages of qt_ros neither specifies that they don't work on Groovy nor that buildsystem to be used. Considering that it worked pretty well for me with rosbuild on fuerte, I recommend to use it first with rosbuild (run rosmake).

In Groovy, most of the building tools used in previous distributions are still valid. So you can build your stuff that you have been able to build with catkin, and also build the packages that you made with qt_ros, and run them. Upon runtime, build system used should not matter afaik so that you can mix them.

Wiki pages of qt_ros neither specifies that they don't work on Groovy nor buildsystem to be used. Considering that it worked pretty well for me with rosbuild on fuerte, I recommend to use it first with rosbuild (run rosmake).