[ros-users] ROS package git repository conventions?

Jack O'Quin jack.oquin at gmail.com
Tue Aug 16 15:31:28 UTC 2011

On Mon, Aug 15, 2011 at 3:05 PM, Ibrahim Awwal
<ibrahim.awwal at berkeley.edu> wrote:
> Hi ROS users,
> We're considering/planning on switching to git/github for the Berkeley
> ROS package. What are the conventions on structure and such that people
> are using? With svn we have a url like this
> http://ros.berkeley.edu/svn/berkeley-ros-pkg/ with all our stuff, with
> git would it be preferrable to have one repo called berkeley-ros-pkg or
> separate repos for each stack and maybe link them together with
> submodules? What are other people doing that are using git? It seems
> like at least TUM is using separate repos per project on their git repo
> (which seems to be the much more sane route) but I was wondering if
> there was any requirement to have something called foo-ros-pkg
> somewhere. Thanks,

There is a Q&A on ROS answers about git:


Briefly, the answer was "one stack per git repo".

I don't know about any requirement for a foo-ros-pkg repo.

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