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What to do after cross-compiling source with catkin?

Hi all,

I've completed a cross-compilation of the ROS source using catkin. Everything seems to be good to go, but now I'm confused about the next step. I have a build, devel and install directory as a result of the build process. Does the install directory contents go on the target? It appears that the bash and python scripts are set to target the same directory that the catkiin workspace was using for the build process. I'm just not positive of the next step.

The basic question is "what is the next step to move the cross-compilation to the target system?"

Is there documentation or a tutorial that covers this?

Thanks,

Marcus

What to do after cross-compiling source with catkin?

Hi all,

I've completed a cross-compilation of the ROS source using catkin. Everything seems to be good to go, but now I'm confused about the next step. I have a build, devel and install directory as a result of the build process. Does the install directory contents go on the target? It appears that the bash and python scripts are set to target the same directory that the catkiin workspace was using for the build process. I'm just not positive of the next step.

The basic question is "what is the next step to move the cross-compilation to the target system?"

Is there documentation or a tutorial that covers this?

Thanks,

Marcus

What to do after cross-compiling source with catkin?

Hi all,

I've completed a cross-compilation of the ROS source using catkin. Everything seems to be good to go, but now I'm confused about the next step. I have a build, devel and install directory as a result of the build process. Does the install directory contents go on the target? It appears that the bash and python scripts are set to target the same directory that the catkiin workspace was using for the build process. I'm just not positive of the next step.

The basic question is "what is the next step to move the cross-compilation to the target system?"

Is there documentation or a tutorial that covers this?

Thanks,

Marcus