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How to use ament_ignore

asked 2018-05-24 06:59:24 -0600

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Lets say in my src directory I have 5 packages wherein I dont want to build one...How can i use ament_ignore ?

ament build --symlink-install --AMENT_IGNORE package5

SOmething like this ? and what does symlink install do ?

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answered 2018-05-24 07:44:32 -0600

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To skip building specific packages in your workspace you can use the --skip-packages argument for ament: From ament --help:

--skip-packages [SKIP_PACKAGES [SKIP_PACKAGES ...]] Set of packages to skip

AMENT_IGNORE is a marker file that can be dropped in any directory of your workspace. This will tell the build tool to not enter that directory. It is similar to ROS1's CATKIN_IGNORE

For more information about symlink install you can refer to the "Optional symlinked install" section of the ament design article

HTH

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answered 2020-10-04 00:17:15 -0600

mehrdad gravatar image

use this command colcon build --symlink-install --continue-on-error

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Using --continue-on-error for this is a pretty bad idea since it makes any kind of error unnoticed. colcon also has a command line option --packages-ignore [PKG_NAME [PKG_NAME ...]].

Dirk Thomas gravatar image Dirk Thomas  ( 2020-10-05 12:36:59 -0600 )edit

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