[ros-users] changed my repository organisation -> problem with wiki

Ugo Cupcic ugo at shadowrobot.com
Wed Aug 31 08:23:57 UTC 2011


I just changed my repository organisation (I moved my stack directly at the
root in order to be able to use rosinstall), but now I'm having a small
problem with the wiki:
Before that, my stack was called shadow_robot (it was in a shadow_robot
directory in my repo), but now it took the name of the repository
(sr-ros-interface). Changing the name of the repository is not really an
option (or at least a painful option).

Would it be possible to move the tutorials I had for my shadow_robot (
http://www.ros.org/wiki/shadow_robot/Tutorials) stack to the "new"
sr-ros-interface stack (http://www.ros.org/wiki/sr-ros-interface)?

Is it also going to impact the releases? (i.e. releases named
sr-ros-interface instead of shadow_robot) Is there a way of using a
rosinstall like file to specify the name I want to use (my rosinstall file
sets local-name to shadow_robot not to sr-ros-interface).



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