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What does "set(node_plugins ...)" actually do?

asked 2020-06-11 01:31:40 -0500

KenYN gravatar image

I notice that composable component-based makefiles like this one have lines like:

set(node_plugins "${node_plugins}composition::Talker;$<TARGET_FILE:talker_component>\n")

Where exactly is this being used? It just seems to essentially duplicate the previous line:

rclcpp_components_register_nodes(talker_component "composition::Talker")

But with the added fun of a hard-coded variable name. I've omitted the line and things still seem to work for me.

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I'm wondering the exact same thing! Any updates about this?

Jasmin gravatar image Jasmin  ( 2022-04-04 02:47:38 -0500 )edit

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answered 2023-02-28 07:12:33 -0500

I can't find any documentation. But it is needed for your components to be found for composition and by ros2 component types. rclcpp_components_register_nodes creates an executable that create an instance of your component.

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