# cd robotpkg # git clone git://git.openrobots.org/robots/robotpkg/robotpkg-wip wipor, if you are behind a firewall that does filter the git:// protocol:
# git clone https://git.openrobots.org/robots/robotpkg/robotpkg-wip.git wipYou should now have a "wip" subdirectory along with other regular robotpkg directories. Note: if you intend to commit in wip, you have to checkout with ssh instead of git or http and you need an account on the server hosting the git repository.
The binary packages from robotpkg/wip (see binary packages) are available from http://robotpkg.openrobots.org/wip/packages/bsd. Use a directive like the following in your robotpkg_install.conf to use packages from wip/ in addition to the regular robotpkg packages.
The debian repository for supported platforms (see APT repository) is in http://robotpkg.openrobots.org/wip/packages/debian/pub. Use something like the following to install packages from wip/ in addition to the regular robotpkg packages.
% sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/robotpkg.list <<EOF deb [arch=amd64] http://robotpkg.openrobots.org/wip/packages/debian/pub $codename robotpkg deb [arch=amd64] http://robotpkg.openrobots.org/packages/debian/pub $codename robotpkg EOF
(adapt $codename to your distribution codename!)
At the moment, make sure to put wip/ before the main robotpkg repository, as older wip/ packages were previously published in the main robotpkg/ and were kept there for compatibility. You want to make sure to pick up the one in wip/ first. This constraint will progressively mitigate itself as newer versions of packages will be released.