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1. Metapackages may not install any files, except its package.xml, which is done automatically.

2. No, don't use a metapackage, convert it to an ordinary catkin package. Then, you can add the necessary install() commands to your CMakeLists.txt. An ordinary package with the same dependencies will serve much the same purpose as your metapackage did.

1. Metapackages A metapackages may not install any files, except its package.xml, which is done automatically.

2. No, don't use a metapackage, convert it to an ordinary catkin package. Then, you can add the necessary install() commands to your CMakeLists.txt. An ordinary package with the same dependencies will serve much the same purpose as your metapackage did.

1. A metapackages metapackage may not install any files, except its package.xml, which is done automatically.

2. No, don't use a metapackage, convert it to an ordinary catkin package. Then, you can add the necessary install() commands to your CMakeLists.txt. An ordinary package with the same dependencies will serve much the same purpose as your metapackage did.