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2015-06-26 15:25:19 -0600 commented question Eclipse with ROS stil not working

hmm I can't find a bin folder. what's the full path?

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2015-06-25 12:37:35 -0600 commented question Eclipse with ROS stil not working

Hey man I have the same problem. Let's see if we can figure this out. For a work around, I created a new run configuration with the binaries from catkin_workspace/devel/lib/<project>. These are the binaries that catkin_make generates. so you have to use catkin_make in terminal, before using run

2015-06-23 17:13:47 -0600 commented question Eclipse: Project Builds but no binaries only for ROS imports

Still no answers? I've tried pretty much everything at this point. For now I'm using the binaries from catkin_ws/devel/lib that catkin_make generates but it's a huge hassle to rebuild and edit. I was hoping someone could help out

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2015-06-11 11:47:11 -0600 commented answer Catkin and eclipse

@Mudassir Khan, @r0nald remember that to show hidden files in your file manager since .project and .cproject they begin with a '.' and are thus hidden by default

2015-06-11 11:39:46 -0600 answered a question Eclipse unresolved includes

Did you click on the small black triangle next to C/C++ General? If you clicked on just C/C++ General it should just say "Enable Project Specific Settings" which is not the option you want.

On Eclipse Luna, which is what I'm using, under C/C++ General it says: >Code analysis, Documentation, File Types, Formatter, Indexer, Language Mapping, Preprocessor Include Paths and Profiling Catagories.

If any of those are missing, you might want to consider using a more recent version of eclipse.

If adding CDT GCC Built-in Compiler Settings [ Shared ] doesn't fix your problem, make sure to check Project -> Properties -> C/C++ Include Paths and Symbols, and see if /usr/include/c++/4.x and /usr/include/c++/4.x/backward are in there. 4.x for me was 4.8. Check yours by using your file manager and going to /usr/include.

Remember to go to Project ->C/C++ Index after finishing.

It should be fixed by then, assuming you installed eclipse and ran it from terminal with bash -i -c "eclipse

2015-06-10 12:16:17 -0600 asked a question Eclipse: Project Builds but no binaries only for ROS imports

(Ubuntu 14.04, Eclipse Kepler, Ros Indigo) Found this problem while using the IDE guide on ROSWiki. After checking multiple forum threads with similar titles, none of the solutions posted have worked. I am new to ROS and C++, so I'm not sure why this is happening. (I open eclipse from terminal, after source devel/setup.bash and using the bash -i -c "eclipse" command suggested in the wiki)

Here is what I've tried:

  • Setting my binary parser (I checked various combinations of checking Elf and GNU Elf, since I'm using linux). I created a new C/C++ project and wrote a Hello World program, which builds fine, and generates binaries. Only the ROS (beginner_tutorial) project I imported doesn't have binaries
  • Clicking 'Build'/Ctrl+B. It says Build Finished took 282 ms. Many Posters had forgotten this step.

All the forum posts on this topic I found either have no response or suggest the above two. Here are some additional steps I took:

  • Rebuilding the Index
  • Combinations of Clean/Refresh/Build/ closing and re-opening the project, closing eclipse and re-opening with bash -i -c "eclipse"
  • Going to Project -> Properties -> C/C++ General -> Preprocessor includes -> CDT GCC Built-in Compiler Settings [shared]
  • Making sure my environment variables are correct (ROS_ROOT, ROS_PACKAGE_PATH, PATH, PYTHONPATH). They are.
  • Deleting and re-importing the project
  • Changing the workspace to one that is not catkin_ws.

None of these have worked. I tried going to Run Configurations to see if anything shows up in Search Project, but the list of Binaries is empty. I still find it strange that Eclipse generates/identifies the binaries for other projects, just not the ROS ones.

Thank you very much for any assistance.