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How to use the .so file in my project?

asked 2013-04-10 20:33:52 -0600

Chris_Tian gravatar image

updated 2014-01-28 17:16:08 -0600

ngrennan gravatar image

I followed the "beginner tutorial" to study the ROS, now I want to build a new project which communicates with the robot by using the Serial Port. I searched the packages and found the "cereal_port", I downloaded the source , compiled and got the "" file. I used the Eclipse to develop the code and tried to find how to use the .so file in Eclipse, however, I added the .so in the /lib and modified the project configuration which added the file as a library, it can't be found, the "#include <cereal_port cerealport.h="">" gave an error.

Could anyone please help me?

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answered 2013-04-11 05:01:31 -0600

For the 'cereal port' download and install (with rosmake) this package == > I have used this to work with my Roomba 560 robot ( that solves your problem. Just a tip, please mention the version of ROS (and other softwares, Eclipse in your case) in your future postings here.

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