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ROS on Windows: passing std::string to rosbag::open returns garbage

asked 2021-01-13 06:39:22 -0600

Hi all, I followed the chocolatey procedure to install ros on windows, I am compiling with visual studio 2019. The code is quite simple:

std::string filename = "log.bag";
rosbag::Bag bag(filename);

The second lines throws the following exception: Error opening file: Ó¨Ê}┌

Could it be that the stl is different than the one in visual studio 2019? Thanks for your help!

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I can confirm this, though I don't get weird characters:

try
{
    std::string logbagfile = "C:\\usr\\scratch\\log.bag";
    rosbag::Bag bag(logbagfile);
    ROS_INFO_STREAM("Opened " << logbagfile);
}
catch(const std::exception& e)
{
    ROS_ERROR_STREAM(e.what());
}

results in

[ERROR] [1610576413.046326600]: Error opening file: C:\usr\scratch\log.bag

Edit: I'm compiling with catkin_make which is using the MSVC compiler, but I didn't build in Visual Studio.

qTHqq gravatar image qTHqq  ( 2021-01-13 16:21:12 -0600 )edit

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answered 2021-01-13 16:56:38 -0600

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updated 2021-01-13 16:58:47 -0600

This is because the rosbag::Bag constructor tries to Read the bag by default.

try rosbag::Bag bag(filename, rosbag::bagmode::Write) (or rosbag::bagmode::Append)

It works for me on Windows 10 fine, including exactly as we wrote it above with no mode, once log.bag exists in the directory.

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