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What do the 'quiet' and 'all topics' checkboxes in rxgraph do?

asked 2012-06-14 09:03:27 -0600

The most that the wiki page says about these is:

Removed in ROS 1.1

The -q and -t options were removed from the command-line and replaced with check boxes in the toolbar.

What exactly do they actually do?

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answered 2012-06-14 10:36:13 -0600

David Lu gravatar image

The quiet option removes the following nodes:

['/diag_agg', '/runtime_logger', '/pr2_dashboard', '/rviz', 
'/rosout', '/cpu_monitor', '/monitor','/hd_monitor', '/rxloggerlevel', '/clock']

Usually, the graph displays Nodes as, well, nodes, and the topics that connect them as edges.

If you use the topics mode, the graphs and the topics will both be nodes.

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Thanks. Not sure why it's called "all topics" rather than "show topics as vertices" or even "boxes around topics". Since turning it on usually causes dot to come up with a totally new layout it isn't obvious what effect that option has.

Patrick Bouffard gravatar imagePatrick Bouffard ( 2012-06-14 13:10:26 -0600 )edit

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