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openrave_planning and dependencies on Debian Squeeze

asked 2012-03-19 10:09:50 -0500

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Hi all,

Though I have ROS Diamondback installed and configured on Ubuntu 10.04, it's become necessary for me to also have an installation on Debian Squeeze. I believe I have the installation working except for the openrave_planning stack. When attempting to use rosmake to build I'm getting:

Failed to find rosdep collada-dom for package openrave_actionlib on OS:debian version:squeeze Failed to find rosdep assimp2 for package openrave_actionlib on OS:debian version:squeeze

for each of the packages within the openrave_planning stack. Is there a method of explicitly installing collada-dom and assimp2 such that openrave_planning will be able to use them? Is there another place I can configure ROS to search for these dependencies such that they can be installed automatically through rosdep?

Thanks in advance for any help with this issue,

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answered 2012-06-11 13:31:16 -0500

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In diamondback you can update the rosdep.yaml file in the openrave_planning stack to define a rule for debian squeeze. You can just update your local copy of this file

The rosdep dependencies are declared in the manifest.xml files. You can see the openrave package declares a rosdep on assimp-dev. Any package which depends on the openrave package will require assimp-dev through the dependency.

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