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### rosdoc generation for wiki

I use the following command to generate a package's documentation:

rosdoc_lite [name-of-pkg]


When inspecting the resulting offline documentaiton, I noticed that it's different from the one autogenerated for the ros wiki under the Code API tab:

http://ros.org/doc/groovy/api/[name-of-pkg]/html/index.html

In particular, the online version has all the auxiliary srv:: and cfg:: namespaces (and possibly others) hidden.

Two questions:

• Is there a way to generate documentation offline which is the same as the online one?
• If not, what exactly are the differences between the two?

### rosdoc generation for wiki

I use the following command to generate a package's documentation:

rosdoc_lite [name-of-pkg]


When inspecting the resulting offline documentaiton, I noticed that it's different from the one autogenerated for the ros wiki under the Code API tab:

http://ros.org/doc/groovy/api/[name-of-pkg]/html/index.html

In particular, the online version has all the auxiliary srv:: and cfg:: namespaces (and possibly others) hidden.

Two questions:

• Is there a way to generate documentation offline which is the same as the online one?
• If not, what exactly are the differences between the two?
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### rosdoc generation for wiki

I use the following command to generate a package's documentation:

rosdoc_lite [name-of-pkg]


When inspecting the resulting offline documentaiton, I noticed that it's different from the one autogenerated for the ros wiki under the Code API tab:

http://ros.org/doc/groovy/api/[name-of-pkg]/html/index.html

In particular, the online version has all the auxiliary srv:: and cfg:: namespaces (and possibly others) hidden.

Two questions:

• Is there a way to generate documentation offline which is the same as the online one?
• If not, what exactly are the differences between the two?

### rosdoc generation for wiki

I use the following command to generate a package's documentation:

rosdoc_lite [name-of-pkg]


When inspecting the resulting offline documentaiton, documentation, I noticed that it's different from the one autogenerated for the ros wiki under the Code API tab:

http://ros.org/doc/groovy/api/[name-of-pkg]/html/index.html

In particular, the online version has all the auxiliary srv:: and cfg:: namespaces (and possibly others) hidden.

Two questions:

• Is there a way to generate documentation offline which is the same as the online one?
• If not, what exactly are the differences between the two?