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RosJava

Rosjava provides both a client library for ros communications in java as well as growing list of core tools (e.g. tf, geometry) and drivers (e.g. hokuyo).

Official source code for rosjava projects can be found on github in the rosjava organisation.

Documentation

The documentation on the wiki here provides a general overview of the rosjava ecosystem and install/build instructions. For tutorials and coding level API documentation, refer to the github generated documentation. Links below.

  • Overview : what to expect and what tools are used for rosjava development.

  • Official Packages : list of all official and semi-official packages in the rosjava-android ecosystem.

  • Anatomy : the anatomy of a typical rosjava package.

  • Environment Variables : some environment variables that can influence the build of rosjava stacks.

  • Messages : messages are handled slightly differently in rosjava.

  • RosJava Core Api Docs : detailed coding level documentation and tutorial information.

  • FAQ : frequently asked questions.

Tutorials

Getting Started

  1. Installation

    Installation instructions from debs, sources, or maven.

  2. Creating Rosjava Packages

    Script wizards for conveniently creating rosjava packages and projects.

  3. Writing a Simple Publisher and Subscriber (Java)

    How to create, compile, and execute a simple publisher and subscriber in rosjava.

  4. Building RosJava Libraries

    How to create, compile and deploy rosjava libraries (maven artifacts).

  5. Unofficial Messages

    Generating java artifacts for your own, unreleased message packages.

  6. To Build with Catkin or Gradle

    Explains when to use catkin_make and when to use the gradle wrapper.

Sharing Packages

  1. Rolling RosJava Debs

    Packaging your java (possibly mixed) projects as debs.

  2. Uploading to Maven on Github

    Share java and android artifacts via our github maven repo.

Tutorials

Migration

  1. RosJava & Android Migration Guide

    Rosjava and Android migration guide from hydro to indigo.

Catkin RosJava Workspaces

These tutorials revolve mostly around development in a catkin-rosjava workspace environment (aside from the installation).

  1. Installation

    Installation instructions from debs, sources, or maven.

  2. Creating Rosjava Packages (Catkin Style)

    Script wizards for conveniently creating rosjava packages and projects.

  3. A RosJava Publisher and Subscriber (Catkin Style)

    How to create, compile, and execute a simple publisher and subscriber in rosjava.

  4. Building RosJava Libraries (Catkin Style)

    How to create, compile and deploy rosjava libraries (maven artifacts).

  5. Generating RosJava Message Artifacts (Catkin Style)

    Generating ros-java message jars and artifacts

  6. Surviving RosJava Workspaces (Catkin Style)

    Useful tips on how to survive in a catkin-gradle based rosjava workspace.

No Ros Workspaces

Regular development on top of rosjava (free of catkin/ros itself) should not require any expertise aside from that which you already have and as such, is only briefly mentioned in the No Ros Installation tutorial.

Sharing Packages

  1. Rolling RosJava Debs

    Packaging your java (possibly mixed) projects as debs.

  2. Uploading to Maven on Github

    Share java and android artifacts via our github maven repo.

Development

Wiki: rosjava (last edited 2015-02-25 13:24:19 by DanielStonier)