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2017-07-22 05:17:56 -0600 commented answer rospy.Publisher: what's a good choice for queue_size?

Are there any performance or efficiency concerns connected to the queue size? I.e. does a smaller queue size save memory

2017-07-10 07:58:33 -0600 edited question Binding parameter to callback using boost::bind does not compile

Binding parameter to callback using boost::bind does not compile The following Code compiles just fine: #include "MyMsg

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Binding parameter to callback using boost::bind does not compile The following Code compiles just fine: #include "MyMsg

2017-07-09 08:16:21 -0600 edited question Binding parameter to callback using boost::bind does not compile

Binding parameter to callback using boost::bind does not compile The following Code compiles just fine: #include "MyMsg

2017-07-09 08:15:54 -0600 edited question Binding parameter to callback using boost::bind does not compile

Binding parameter to callback using boost::bind does not compile The following Code compiles just fine: #include "MyMsg

2017-07-09 08:15:00 -0600 edited question Binding parameter to callback using boost::bind does not compile

Binding parameter to callback using boost::bind does not compile The following Code compiles just fine: #include "MyMsg

2017-07-09 08:13:25 -0600 edited question Binding parameter to callback using boost::bind does not compile

Binding parameter to callback using boost::bind does not compile The following Code compiles just fine: #include "MyMsg

2017-07-09 08:06:18 -0600 edited question Binding parameter to callback using boost::bind does not compile

Binding parameter to callback using std::bind does not compile The following Code compiles just fine: #include "MyMsgTy

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Binding parameter to callback using std::bind does not compile The following Code compiles just fine: #include "MyMsgTy

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2017-04-26 07:51:32 -0600 edited question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch When I run roslaunch, it starts roscore (obviously) as well as one node

2017-04-26 07:50:40 -0600 edited question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch When I run roslaunch, it starts roscore (obviously) as well as one node

2017-04-26 07:50:07 -0600 edited question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch When I run roslaunch, it starts roscore (obviously) as well as one node

2017-04-26 07:49:16 -0600 edited question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch When I run roslaunch, it starts roscore (obviously) as well as one node

2017-04-26 07:48:49 -0600 edited question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch When I run roslaunch, it starts roscore (obviously) as well as one node

2017-04-26 07:48:28 -0600 edited question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch When I run roslaunch, it starts roscore (obviously) as well as one node

2017-04-26 07:48:02 -0600 edited question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch When I run roslaunch, it starts roscore (obviously) as well as one node

2017-04-26 07:47:30 -0600 edited question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch When I run roslaunch, it starts roscore (obviously) as well as one node

2017-04-26 07:47:04 -0600 edited question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch When I run roslaunch, it starts roscore (obviously) as well as one node

2017-04-26 07:46:32 -0600 edited question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch When I run roslaunch, it starts roscore (obviously) as well as one node

2017-04-26 07:46:12 -0600 commented question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

I updated my answer as I found out, that the launch prefix might cause a problem. I did not copy the code here as it is

2017-04-26 07:43:19 -0600 edited question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch When I run roslaunch, it starts roscore (obviously) as well as one node

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2017-04-25 08:01:22 -0600 commented question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

Yep, it is set and other output is printed

2017-04-25 06:19:24 -0600 edited question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch When I run roslaunch, it starts roscore (obviously) as well as one node

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2017-04-25 05:32:43 -0600 edited question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch When I run roslaunch, it starts roscore (obviously) as well as one node

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2017-04-25 05:29:13 -0600 asked a question Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch

Custom SIGINT handler not triggered by roslaunch When I run roslaunch, it starts roscore (obviously) as well as one node

2017-01-31 18:09:57 -0600 commented answer Where is ros.h supposed to be found?

But for that it need to be <build_depend>roscpp</build_depend> (according to the description of the generates package.xml). This still did not solve the problem for me though :-(