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rosjava external sources

asked 2012-02-01 18:57:30 -0500

chcorbato gravatar image

Hi,

I'm developing a rosjava package in eclipse, and I need to use some java classes that I am developing in another non-ros java eclipse project. Does anybody knows how I could configure these dependencies properly in my rosjava project? I've tried with the rosjava-src tag in the manifest and giving an absolute path for the location of my external java sources dependencies, but that path doesn't seem to be correctly resolved. I do prefer not to add these classes to a jar file because they're still under development.

Thank you for any idea

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answered 2012-02-21 02:38:34 -0500

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Thank you Juan Antonio and Damon for your ideas. I've finally committed to maintain these dependencies for other Java sources in the .project eclipse file, it is easier since I develop only from within eclipse, and the debugging works really nicely.

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answered 2012-02-12 12:13:18 -0500

Hi,

I use other java projects in my development, but In my case the unique way that I know is using the file manifest.xml

One example:

<package>
  <description brief="lcp_proxy">

     lcp_proxy

  </description>
  <author>Juan Antonio Breña Moral & Lawrie Griffiths</author>
  <license>BSD</license>
  <review status="unreviewed" notes=""/>
  <url>http://ros.org/wiki/nxt_lejos_ros</url>
  <depend package="rosjava"/>
  <depend package="rosjava" />
  <depend package="std_msgs" />
  <depend package="sensor_msgs" />
  <depend package="geometry_msgs" />
  <depend package="nav_msgs" />
  <depend package="nxt_msgs" />
  <depend package="nxt_lejos_ros_msgs" />
  <depend package="turtlesim" />
  <depend package="tf" />

  <export>
        <rosjava-src location="src" /> 
        <rosjava-pathelement location="target/" groupId="org.lejos.ros" artifactId="org.lejos.ros.nodes.LCPProxy" version="0.0.1" built="true" />
        <rosjava-pathelement location="build/" built="true" />
            <rosjava-pathelement location="/usr/local/lejos/lib/pc/pccomm.jar" />
            <rosjava-pathelement location="/usr/local/lejos/lib/pc/3rdparty/bluecove-gpl.jar" />
            <rosjava-pathelement location="/usr/local/lejos/lib/pc/3rdparty/bluecove.jar" />
            <rosjava-pathelement location="/home/jabrena/ros3/workspace/nxt_lejos_ros/NXTLoader/lib/yamlbeans-1.06.jar" />
  </export>
</package>

An example to create a jar file using Ant:

<project name="project2" basedir="." default="jar">

    <property name="build" value="bin"/>    <property name="misc" value="misc"/>        <target name="jar">         <jar destfile="./ardroneDemo.jar">
            <fileset dir="${build}"/>
            <fileset dir="${misc}"/>            <manifest>
                <attribute name="Main-Class"
                    value="com.javadrone.test.KeyEventDemo"/>
                <attribute name="Class-Path" 
                    value="lib/JavaDrone-1.1.jar lib/log4j-1.2.16.jar"/>            </manifest>         </jar>  </target>    </project>
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answered 2012-02-02 02:28:44 -0500

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One possibility would be to expose them as a Maven dependency. Then you could depend on them from your manifest.xml.

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