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rosdep all packages

asked 2015-02-04 04:55:54 -0500

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I've recently been working with some experimental packages created for ROS and amd compiling these from source. Quite a few of these packages seem to have dependencies, so naturally I have been using the rosdep install [package] command. However, this seems a bit tedious given the amount of packages in the workspace.

I was wondering if there was a quicker way to do this or is this the standard way? - Something along this lines of install all dependencies for packages within a specific folder or similar.

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answered 2015-02-04 05:02:35 -0500

Try:

rosdep --help

Quote:

[...]
  -a, --all             select all packages
[...]
  --from-paths          Affects the 'check', 'keys', and 'install' verbs. If
                        specified the arugments to those verbs will be
                        considered paths to be searched, acting on all catkin
                        packages found there in.
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Thanks! I was trying to get to this same set of instructions by just typing rosdep but it was giving me the commands instead of the arguments obviously. facepalm

twix gravatar image twix  ( 2015-02-04 05:05:45 -0500 )edit
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Oh, I see. Yeah, it's strange that when run without any arguments, rosdep only prints half the help page.

Martin Günther gravatar image Martin Günther  ( 2015-02-04 06:15:16 -0500 )edit

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