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2016-02-23 05:09:36 -0500 answered a question How to compile a rosjava package offline?

Thanks. That gave me an idea: always try to download URL, but keep a copy just in case. In build.gradle I changed this:


buildscript { 
  apply from: "https://github.com/rosjava/rosjava_bootstrap/raw/indigo/buildscript.gradle"  
}

To this:


buildscript {
    def f = new File("buildscript.gradle") 
    try{ 
    new URL("https://github.com/rosjava/rosjava_bootstrap/raw/indigo/buildscript.gradle").withInputStream{ i -> f.withOutputStream{ it << i }}    
    } catch (all) { 
      //do nothing, keep cached script 
    }  
    apply from: "buildscript.gradle"  
}

So I keep a local copy, but if available, downloads from internet.

2016-02-15 09:51:05 -0500 asked a question multiple start up scripts generated for rosjava package

I have made a rosjava package following the instructions at http://wiki.ros.org/rosjava_build_too... . However, it generates multiple executables. So, when I try to execute my package:

pete@Machine:~/catkin_ws$ rosrun mypackage_rosjava mySubproject_rosjava  com.github.mypackage_rosjava.mySubproject_rosjava.MyMain

[rosrun] You have chosen a non-unique executable, please pick one of the following:
1) /home/pete/catkin_ws/src/mypackage_rosjava/mySubproject_rosjava/build/scripts/mySubproject_rosjava
2) /home/pete/catkin_ws/src/mypackage_rosjava/mySubproject_rosjava/build/install/mySubproject_rosjava/bin/mySubproject_rosjava
3) /home/pete/catkin_ws/src/mypackage_rosjava/mySubproject_rosjava/build/scripts/mySubproject_rosjava
4) /home/pete/catkin_ws/src/mypackage_rosjava/mySubproject_rosjava/build/install/mySubproject_rosjava/bin/mySubproject_rosjava
#? 

If I delete scripts from build/script, everything works nice, but it's annoying. Am I doing something wrong?

Thanks

2016-02-15 03:27:25 -0500 asked a question How to compile a rosjava package offline?

Hello, I tried to compile a rosjava package without internet connection and it complained about not being able to reach "https://github.com/rosjava/rosjava_bootstrap/raw/indigo/buildscript.gradle"

FAILURE: Build failed with an exception.
* What went wrong:
> Could not read script 'https://github.com/rosjava/rosjava_bootstrap/raw/indigo/buildscript.gradle'.
> github.com

After that, I tried again with internec connection and it compiled. I would like to be able to code without internet connection. Is it possible? How? Thanks

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2014-10-31 10:40:40 -0500 asked a question Stage for Indigo allows more than one laser?

I remember that package ros_stage in fuerte/electric didn't allowed it. I found a thread where they made a patch ( http://ros-users.122217.n3.nabble.com... ) and used their code. However, has it been solved in indigo version?

2012-03-05 21:56:44 -0500 commented answer Using multiple laser scanners

Last version of slam_gmapping can manage laser scans from different sensors. You just have to publish both laserscans into the same topic. Gmapping handles transformations on its own.

I have used a modified version of stage simulator for ros (from Gonçalo Cabrita) and gmapping to test it. Gmapping maps are built using both simulated lasers, so I guess it is ok.

2012-03-05 07:19:06 -0500 answered a question Using multiple laser scanners

Hello all, I also have the same problem. Any luck so far? I found the mailing list thread, but it seems inactive. As long as I couldn't found any solution, I'll try on my own and keep you posted. Comments are welcome.