[ros-users] Indigo buildfarm ready for releases

Mike Purvis mpurvis at clearpathrobotics.com
Thu Mar 27 03:16:34 UTC 2014

Thanks for the update, Tully!

Two quick questions--

First, is Gazebo the main thing blocking the release of the metapackages,
especially desktop_full? If so, could we get those released, and just have
desktop_full fail for a while, while having the smaller ones still

Second, what is the story with Gazebo in Indigo? Is there a particular
"supported gazebo" for Indigo? If so, is it 1.9 series or 2.0 series?



On 24 March 2014 23:58, Tully Foote <tfoote at osrfoundation.org> wrote:

> Hi Everyone,
> We're pleased to announce the ROS build farm for Indigo Igloo is now
> available.  It includes over 180 packages already for Ubuntu 13.10, Saucy
> Salamander, and Ubuntu 14.04, Trusty Tahr. We expect that number to
> continue to grow rapidly. Installation instructions already exist for
> Ubuntu using debians or for compiling from source [1], and you can see the
> status of Indigo packages on this page:
> http://www.ros.org/debbuild/indigo.html
> If you are a maintainer please look at what packages have been released
> and consider releasing yours as soon as your upstream dependencies have
> been satisfied.  If you are blocked on another package being released
> please contact the maintainer.  And if you cannot reach the maintainer
> please email ros-release at lists.ros.org (join if you aren't a member
> already).
> If you are planning to release into Indigo please read the information
> provided in the migration guide [2] and refer to the bloom tutorials [3]
> for doing the release. Please also contribute to the migration guide for
> updates relating to your package.
> After releasing your packages the build farm will keep you notified of the
> status of the individual jobs. Please pay attention to the automated emails
> from the buildfarm, if jobs are failing they block downstream packages from
> releasing and waste our build resources.
> -- Your Friendly ROS Release Team
> [1] http://wiki.ros.org/indigo/Installation
> [2] http://wiki.ros.org/indigo/Migration
> [3] http://ros.org/wiki/bloom
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