[ros-users] ROS package git repository conventions?

Troy Straszheim straszheim at willowgarage.com
Tue Aug 16 15:00:58 UTC 2011

On Tue, Aug 16, 2011 at 7:24 AM, Lorenzo Riano <lorenzo.riano at gmail.com>wrote:

> I have received some emails of people who wanted to run the rubik's cube
> stack, but they didn't want to pull the whole UU stack just because the
> rubik's stack depends on a single package in UU (OK it's a bit
> complicated...)
> Anyway, what I think would be interesting is to have the ROS indexer scan
> the packages of a (for example) GitHub user and retrieve all the stacks.
> This way Berkley, TUM, UU and so on will have an account on GitHub (or
> google code or whatever) with several repositories, each of them being a
> stack.

For GitHub, at least, one can use a 'service hook' to hit a URL on each
push, which could let the indexer know that there might be something to see,
maybe save some crawling time.
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