[ros-users] ROS Source Code
k-okada at jsk.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Tue Apr 15 09:23:42 UTC 2014
we found that rosjava works on Windows. We compiled rosjava on Linux and
copy class files to Windows and run.
On Tue, Apr 15, 2014 at 5:47 PM, Tobias Opitz <development at topitz.de> wrote:
> Hi Vinay,
> Have you looked at the *win_ros <http://wiki.ros.org/win_ros> wiki-page*?
> The instruction to build ROS on Windows works really great and as far as I
> can tell, the core of ROS runs great even on Windows. The sources of ROS
> could be find at GitHub <https://github.com/ros>.
> During the last months I have build ROS multiple times on Windows (VS2008,
> VS2010 and recently VS2012) sometimes for 32 and yesterday for 64 Bit and
> the main difficulties for me was to build the dependencies itself or
> building ROS when there are more than one Python version installed on your
> machine (Python 32 or 64 Bit, 2.7.6 or 3.4).
> Best Regards,
> Am 15.04.2014 10:25, schrieb Vinay Kushwaha:
> I have been working into Robotics and automation. Recently while
> working on some project i came across ROS. I found it very helpful
> tool. But some of my sensors and devices come only with Windows
> driver. I found that ROS windows is still experimental.
> I just wanted to know, how this ROS is implemented in Linux. I
> could see ros::init, etc. so on many APIs. Where can i get the source
> code for them ? I could find ros.h, init.h but can`t find the
> respective C or C++ file.
> I have been working on writing OS Agnostic applications. So i was like
> if ROS is written in Posix then i already have a way to directly run
> it on windows with little effort. This way i would be very happy to
> utilize this tool. Once done, same can be used by other people who are
> waiting for ROS windows.
> Can anyone please help me on the same. So that we can have a great
> solution for ROS Windows as well.
> Best Regards,
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