ROS Noetic in pipenv

asked 2022-04-19 20:26:48 -0500

Hi everyone, I am developing a computer vision project for lane detection with ROS noetic integration. I have all of my code written in rospy and was hoping to get a bunch of ROS nodes helping organize the data transfer etc. The issue is that I have been working in a pipenv so that others could use my code from the outset, and now want to transition to ROS. I would appreciate support on how to install ros on a pipenv. Do I treat it like a global ROS installation for my linux system while working in the pipenv shell, or should I inherit globally installed distro for this case and hope that anyone else working with my code does not have any dependency issues. I have been searching for online resources but have not really come across too much information that details this process. Thank you for your help everyone!

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I think you could just use ROS as global and put libraries you need for your project inside your env and it will work perfectly.

FurkanEdizkan gravatar image FurkanEdizkan  ( 2022-04-21 01:35:37 -0500 )edit