[ros-users] beginner logging question
michael at styer.net
Fri Jul 9 23:59:27 UTC 2010
Thanks for the suggestion, Jan. I just tried that now, and noticed the
'output' parameter to the node tag. If I set it to 'screen', I get my
debug messages on the terminal; if I set it to 'log', they don't appear
on the terminal, but they don't appear in rxconsole either.
I also just noticed that no messages from my node get sent to rxconsole,
regardless of level. Changing ROS_DEBUG to ROS_WARN still doesn't make
them appear. So it doesn't seem to be a problem with the logging level.
I'll keep digging into it, but thanks for your help.
On Sat, 2010-07-10 at 01:29 +0200, "Jan Tünnermann" wrote:
> Hello Mike,
> I'm quite a beginner myself, so I'm not sure if I can help.
> I noticed that starting nodes by directly executing the binary would lead
> to ROS_INFO output to stdout. Starting via a .launch-file and roslaunch
> leads to output in the rxconsole. I'm not sure if that could be the issue
> in your case...
> Am Sa, 10.07.2010, 01:10 schrieb Michael Styer:
> > Hello,
> > I have an elementary question about logging in roscpp.
> > In my node, I have a bunch of ROS_DEBUG("hello world") statements that
> > I'd like to see in rxconsole. At first, when I ran the node, I didn't
> > see those statements anywhere. Reading through the documentation I
> > figured out that I can change the default logging level for my package
> > by creating a local rosconsole.config file; I did that, and now I see my
> > debugging statements printed to stdout in the terminal where I started
> > the node.
> > But I still don't see any of those statements in rxconsole (there are
> > lots of other things printed to rxconsole, though). I have all the
> > "Severity" boxes checked, I don't have the "Enabled" box checked, and
> > when I bring up rxloggerlevel, the level for my package is "Debug".
> > What am I missing?
> > Thanks!
> > Mike
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