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Multiple nodelets?

asked 2012-09-22 22:13:27 -0500

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I need to create an application that subscribes to messages from topic A and publishes to topic B based on the message received from A. While waiting for messages from A, it should publish default messages on B in the meantime. So in short, the publishing action to B should work independent of whether messages are received on A or not..

Is using the nodelets a good idea for this application? If so, how do I make two nodelets that share the same variables so that B process the variables received from A?

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answered 2012-09-23 01:24:58 -0500

Unless you need to transfer a lot of data from one node to another there is basically no need to use nodelets.

The process you described is naturally organized by callback function specified as a parameter to subscribe method. By means of state variable in that callback you can modify published data in the main loop.

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