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ROS and binaries deployment

Hi all,

I often have the need to arrange demos involving robots. What I would like to do is to somehow freeze the whole ROS environment, by exporting all the dependent ROS packages associated to my demo, in order to get a standalone self-contained demo version that I can run at every moment, without dealing with ROS updates, my own package updates, and so on.

In a nutshell, I'm looking for any ROS approach to move from development to production without wasting too much time.

Any idea about this?

Thanks Gabriele

ROS and binaries deployment

Hi all,

I often have the need to arrange demos involving robots. What I would like to do is to somehow freeze the whole ROS environment, by exporting all the dependent ROS packages associated to my demo, in order to get a standalone self-contained demo version that I can run at every moment, without dealing with ROS updates, my own package updates, and so on.

In a nutshell, I'm looking for any ROS approach to move from development to production without wasting too much time.

Any idea about this?

Thanks Gabriele

ROS and binaries deployment

Hi all,

I often have the need to arrange demos involving robots. What I would like to do is to somehow freeze the whole ROS environment, by exporting all the dependent ROS packages associated to my demo, in order to get a standalone self-contained demo version that I can run at every moment, without dealing with ROS updates, my own package updates, and so on.

In a nutshell, I'm looking for any ROS approach to move from development to production without wasting too much time.

Any idea about this?

Thanks Gabriele

ROS and binaries deployment

Hi all,

I often have the need to arrange demos involving robots. What I would like to do is to somehow freeze the whole ROS environment, by exporting all the dependent ROS packages associated to my demo, in order to get a standalone self-contained demo version that I can run at every moment, without dealing with ROS updates, my own package updates, and so on.

In a nutshell, I'm looking for any ROS approach to move from development to production without wasting too much time.

Any idea about this?

Thanks Gabriele

ROS and binaries deployment

Hi all,

I often have the need to arrange demos involving robots. What I would like to do is to somehow freeze the whole ROS environment, by exporting all the dependent ROS packages associated to my demo, in order to get a standalone self-contained demo version that I can run at every moment, without dealing with ROS updates, my own package updates, and so on.

In a nutshell, I'm looking for any ROS approach to move from development to production without wasting too much time.

Any idea about this?

Thanks Gabriele