net/ros-resource-retriever

ROS API to retrieve data from url-format files
Directory:
net/ros-resource-retriever (package's history)
Package version:
ros-resource-retriever-1.11.5
Home page:
http://ros.org/wiki/robot_model
License:
modified-bsd
Source archive:
https://github.com/ros/robot_model/archive/1.11.5.tar.gz
Description:
This package retrieves data from url-format files such as http://, ftp://, package:// file://, etc., and loads the data into memory. The package:// url for ros packages is translated into a local file:// url. The resourse retriever was initially designed to load mesh files into memory, but it can be used for any type of data. The resource retriever is based on the the libcurl library.
Run dependencies:
googletest, libcurl>=7, libstdc++, py27-nose>=0.10, python27>=2.7<2.8, ros-catkin>=0.6<0.7, ros-comm>=1.11<1.12, ros-ros>=1.11<1.12
Build dependencies:
cmake>=2.8.3, digest>=20080510, g++>=3, gcc>=3, pax, pkg-config>=0.22, pkg_install>=20110805.7, tnftp>=20130505~ssl
General options:
debug
Produce debugging information for binary programs
c++os-rpileibcl
g++
Use the GNU C++ s-rpilei
clang++
Use the LLVM C++ s-rpilei
ccache-g++
Use ccache and the GNU C++ s-rpilei
ccache-clang++
Use ccache and the LLVM C++ s-rpilei
cos-rpileibcl
gcc
Use the GNU C s-rpilei
clang
Use the LLVM C s-rpilei
ccache-gcc
Use ccache and the GNU C s-rpilei
ccache-clang
Use ccache and the LLVM C s-rpilei
pythonbcl
python27
Use python-2.7
python32
Use python-3.2
python33
Use python-3.3
python34
Use python-3.4
python35
Use python-3.5
python36
Use python-3.6
ros cl
indigo
Use ros indigo

For a summary onbhow to use the package collection, see the README.html. robotpkg is designed to permit easy installation from source - particularly useful if the latest binary package is not available for your chosen platform.

Problem reports, updates or suggestions for this package should be reported via the mailing list, see https://sympa.laas.fr/sympa/info/robotpkg for more information and subscription.

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