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2020-05-14 08:21:35 -0600 answered a question How do I relocate the interactive marker to the tip of the needle?

As Felix already pointed out, it is possible to have even multiple markers by defining multiple end_effectors: <end_

2019-06-27 04:46:14 -0600 answered a question moveit_tutorials kinetic error

As indicated by @gvdhoorn, the ROS package repository was found after updating the keys: Hit:19 http://packages.ros.org

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2019-03-06 14:40:24 -0600 commented answer moveit segfaults due to eigen

I didn't thought about using your quick fix. However, the proper fix is easy to realize as well: https://github.com/ros-

2019-03-06 14:39:56 -0600 commented answer moveit segfaults due to eigen

I didn't thought about using your quick fix. However, the proper fix is easy to realize as well: https://github.com/ros-

2019-03-06 10:40:35 -0600 commented answer moveit segfaults due to eigen

Thanks for tracking this down. Looks like an easy fix.

2019-03-05 15:49:42 -0600 edited answer moveit segfaults due to eigen

If I understand you correctly: moveit-0.10.0 and eigen-3.2.8 works moveit-1.0.0 and eigen-3.3 triggers the compiler wa

2019-03-05 15:04:50 -0600 edited answer moveit segfaults due to eigen

If I understand you correctly: moveit-0.10.0 and eigen-3.2.8 works moveit-1.0.0 and eigen-3.3 triggers the compiler wa

2019-03-05 15:04:31 -0600 answered a question moveit segfaults due to eigen

If I understand you correctly: - moveit-0.10.0 and eigen-3.2.8 works - moveit-1.0.0 and eigen-3.3 triggers the compiler

2018-12-12 06:13:21 -0600 answered a question How to upgrade from Orocos KDL 1.3 to 1.4 in ROS Indigo?

I guess, you are referring to MoveIt as the "motion planning library". If so, you will need to compile MoveIt from sourc

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2018-08-20 01:49:42 -0600 commented question roslaunch Python arg substitution finds wrong package folder path?

I don't yet see an advantage of using $(eval) vs. $(find) directly yet. Where is the generalization?

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2018-08-17 10:06:19 -0600 answered a question roslaunch Python arg substitution finds wrong package folder path?

This is indeed expected behavior. To find binaries or scripts in various locations, $(find pkg)/file considers also the

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2017-12-11 09:24:52 -0600 edited answer Failed to validate trajectory after updating moveit (Feb 2017)

There are several possible reasons for this issue: As v4hn pointed out, there might be no publisher populating the /jo

2017-12-11 09:24:27 -0600 edited answer Failed to validate trajectory after updating moveit (Feb 2017)

There are several possible reasons for this issue: As v4hn pointed out, there might be no publisher populating the /jo

2017-12-11 09:23:54 -0600 answered a question Failed to validate trajectory after updating moveit (Feb 2017)

There are several possible reasons for this issue: 1. As v4hn pointed out, there might be no publisher populating the /j

2017-12-11 09:19:53 -0600 commented answer Failed to validate trajectory after updating moveit (Feb 2017)

The "fix" of FábioBarbosa is not really useful. The fake_controller_joint_states is only used in demo mode of MoveIt and

2016-03-18 22:16:46 -0600 answered a question rqt_publisher genpy.Time[0]

For values, one can use any valid python expression, including functions from math, time, and random modules (without module prefix). Thus, for time, one should use time() in the secs field of the time stamp and time()*1e9 % 1e9 for the nsecs field. time() returns the seconds since epoch as float.