[ros-users] vslam install

Lucas wsacul at gmail.com
Tue Nov 9 19:43:08 UTC 2010

I'm using cturtle and followed the instructions at
http://www.ros.org/wiki/vslam, but encountered an error about DMatch:

vslam/frame_common/include/frame_common/frame.h:207: error: ‘DMatch’
is not a member of ‘cv’

I don't see DMatch in my vision_opencv or in any of the files the checkout
of the unstable tag pulled in.  I tried copying DMatch from
got the build to this error:

vslam/frame_common/src/frame.cpp:163: error: no match for ‘operator=’ in
‘((frame_common::FrameProc*)this)->frame_common::FrameProc::detector =
(int*)operator new(4u)’

I think I could hack further but I'm curious if there's a correct way to get
vslam built.

Thank you,

Lucas Walter

On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 4:06 PM, Kurt Konolige <konolige at willowgarage.com>wrote:

> All -
> The vslam packages have moved around a bit lately, but have settled
> down.  They now require unstable versions of opencv and pcl.  For your
> convenience, there's an install file you can use to set up vslam
> correctly, thanks to Patrick Mihelich.
> # Download vision_opencv, point_cloud_perception and vslam sources
> $ rosinstall ~/vslam_unstable /opt/ros/cturtle
> https://code.ros.org/svn/wg-ros-pkg/branches/trunk_cturtle/rosinstall_files/cturtle/vslam-cturtle-base-overlay-devel.rosinstall
> # Set up environment
> $ . ~/vslam_unstable/setup.sh
> # Build
> $ rosmake vslam_system
> This info will also be on the wiki page.
> Cheers --Kurt
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