roscompile package from roscompile repo

ros_introspection roscompile

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 1.0.2
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/DLu/roscompile.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2019-05-23
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

The roscompile package

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • David V. Lu!!

Authors

No additional authors.

roscompile is a tool for improving Catkin packages by fixing common errors and tweaking the style. To run, simply navigate to a folder containing the packages you'd like to tweak, and type roscompile. This will automatically apply all the fixes described below. Certain rules can be ignored by tweaking the configuration. If you want to interactively apply the rules, use the -i option.

You can also explicitly enumerate which fixes you want to run with the roscompile_command executable.

There are also some other useful scripts described at the bottom of this documentation.

roscompile Features

Dependencies

  • Checks for dependencies by looking in the source code, message, service, action and launch files.
  • check_manifest_dependencies - Inserts build/run/test dependencies into your package.xml
  • check_python_dependencies - Inserts run dependencies for external Python libraries
  • check_cmake_dependencies - Inserts dependencies into your CMakeLists.txt (in both the find_package and catkin_package commands)

package.xml

  • remove_empty_export_tag - Remove the empty export tag
  • remove_boilerplate_manifest_comments - Remove boiler-plate comments
  • remove_empty_manifest_lines - Remove empty lines
  • greedy_depend_tag If a format 2 package.xml, collapses matching build_depend/build_export_depend/exec_depend commands into a single depend command
  • enforce_manifest_tabbing Ensure standard indentation of each tag
  • enforce_manifest_ordering - Sort all fo the tags by type and value
  • update_people - Reads the <author> and <maintainer> tags and allows you to programmatically replace them. (i.e. 'dlu', 'Dave Lu', 'David Lu'', 'dlu@TODO' can all become 'David V. Lu!!') (see configuration section below)
  • update_license - Updates TODO licenses to a configurable default license (see configuration section below)
  • update_metapackage - Update your metapackage dependencies
  • misc_xml_formatting - Remove extra whitespace from inside tags in package.xml (and plugin xmls)

CMakeLists.txt

  • check_generators - Automatically looks for msg/srv/action/dynamic_reconfigure definitions and ensures they are properly built in the CMakeLists.txt
  • enforce_cmake_ordering - Enforces the ordering of the commands

CMake Style

  • remove_boilerplate_cmake_comments - Removes boiler-plate comments
  • remove_empty_cmake_lines - Removes empty lines
  • alphabetize_sections - Alphabetizes the COMPONENTS, DEPENDENCIES, FILES and CATKIN_DEPENDS sections of CMake commands

  • prettify_catkin_package_cmd - Ensures standard indentation of catkin_package

  • prettify_package_lists - Ensures standard indentation of find_package/COMPONENTS and catkin_package/CATKIN_DEPENDS

  • prettify_msgs_srvs - Ensures standard indentation of add_message_files and add_service_files

  • prettify_installs - Ensures standard indentation of install commands

CMake Installs

  • update_cplusplus_installs - Checks for install commands for C++ executables/libraries/header files
  • update_python_installs - Checks for install commands for Python executables
  • update_misc_installs - Checks for install commands for launch files, plugin configurations and other non-code files.
  • fix_double_directory_installs - Checks to make sure directory installs don't use the name of the directory twice, a la $INSTALL_LOCATION/launch/launch/whatever.launch

C++

  • Examines the add_library and add_executable commands in the CMakeLists.txt and ensures that each is matched with the appropriate catkin variables.
    • target_catkin_libraries - Checks dependencies on ${catkin_LIBRARIES}
    • check_exported_dependencies - Checks dependencies on ${catkin_EXPORTED_TARGETS} and ${PKG_NAME_EXPORTED_TARGETS}
    • remove_old_style_cpp_dependencies - Removes dependencies on the old style of C++ dependencies (i.e. __generate_messages_cpp, _gencpp and _gencfg) and replaces them with the above EXPORTED_TARGETS
  • check_includes - Sets up the include_directories command
  • check_library_setup - ensures your libraries are exported into the catkin_package command

Python

  • check_setup_py - If you have python code, will automatically generate setup.py for you.

Misc

  • check_dynamic_reconfigure - If there are dynamic_reconfigure configurations, ensure the package depends on dynamic_reconfigure, and the configurations are configured in the CMake and executable.
  • remove_useless_files - Removes autogenerated mainpage.dox file
  • check_plugins - If you use pluginlib, will search your code for PLUGINLIB_EXPORT_CLASS macros, and update your plugin xml accordingly.

Configuration

Located at ~/.ros/roscompile.yaml

  • skip_fixes: An array of strings representing fixes that you'd like to always ignore when running roscompile
  • default_license - String for the license you want your package manifest to have (if it is set to TODO originally).
  • replace_rules: An array of dictionaries representing users you'd like to have replaced in the package.xml. For example, one entry in the array could be:
 from: {email: dlu@todo.todo, name: dlu}
 to: {email: davidvlu@gmail.com, name: David V. Lu!!}

The to name and email must be specified, but you only need to specify either the name or email for the from.

Other Scripts

  • convert_to_format_2 Convert the manifest.xml from format 1 to format 2.
  • add_tests Add roslaunch and/or roslint tests to your package, updating both the manifest.xml and CMakeLists.txt.
  • add_compile_options Script to add C++ compile flags to your CMakeLists.txt
CHANGELOG
No CHANGELOG found.

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Dependant Packages

No known dependants.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged roscompile at answers.ros.org

roscompile package from roscompile repo

ros_introspection roscompile

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 1.0.2
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/DLu/roscompile.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2019-05-23
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

The roscompile package

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • David V. Lu!!

Authors

No additional authors.

roscompile is a tool for improving Catkin packages by fixing common errors and tweaking the style. To run, simply navigate to a folder containing the packages you'd like to tweak, and type roscompile. This will automatically apply all the fixes described below. Certain rules can be ignored by tweaking the configuration. If you want to interactively apply the rules, use the -i option.

You can also explicitly enumerate which fixes you want to run with the roscompile_command executable.

There are also some other useful scripts described at the bottom of this documentation.

roscompile Features

Dependencies

  • Checks for dependencies by looking in the source code, message, service, action and launch files.
  • check_manifest_dependencies - Inserts build/run/test dependencies into your package.xml
  • check_python_dependencies - Inserts run dependencies for external Python libraries
  • check_cmake_dependencies - Inserts dependencies into your CMakeLists.txt (in both the find_package and catkin_package commands)

package.xml

  • remove_empty_export_tag - Remove the empty export tag
  • remove_boilerplate_manifest_comments - Remove boiler-plate comments
  • remove_empty_manifest_lines - Remove empty lines
  • greedy_depend_tag If a format 2 package.xml, collapses matching build_depend/build_export_depend/exec_depend commands into a single depend command
  • enforce_manifest_tabbing Ensure standard indentation of each tag
  • enforce_manifest_ordering - Sort all fo the tags by type and value
  • update_people - Reads the <author> and <maintainer> tags and allows you to programmatically replace them. (i.e. 'dlu', 'Dave Lu', 'David Lu'', 'dlu@TODO' can all become 'David V. Lu!!') (see configuration section below)
  • update_license - Updates TODO licenses to a configurable default license (see configuration section below)
  • update_metapackage - Update your metapackage dependencies
  • misc_xml_formatting - Remove extra whitespace from inside tags in package.xml (and plugin xmls)

CMakeLists.txt

  • check_generators - Automatically looks for msg/srv/action/dynamic_reconfigure definitions and ensures they are properly built in the CMakeLists.txt
  • enforce_cmake_ordering - Enforces the ordering of the commands

CMake Style

  • remove_boilerplate_cmake_comments - Removes boiler-plate comments
  • remove_empty_cmake_lines - Removes empty lines
  • alphabetize_sections - Alphabetizes the COMPONENTS, DEPENDENCIES, FILES and CATKIN_DEPENDS sections of CMake commands

  • prettify_catkin_package_cmd - Ensures standard indentation of catkin_package

  • prettify_package_lists - Ensures standard indentation of find_package/COMPONENTS and catkin_package/CATKIN_DEPENDS

  • prettify_msgs_srvs - Ensures standard indentation of add_message_files and add_service_files

  • prettify_installs - Ensures standard indentation of install commands

CMake Installs

  • update_cplusplus_installs - Checks for install commands for C++ executables/libraries/header files
  • update_python_installs - Checks for install commands for Python executables
  • update_misc_installs - Checks for install commands for launch files, plugin configurations and other non-code files.
  • fix_double_directory_installs - Checks to make sure directory installs don't use the name of the directory twice, a la $INSTALL_LOCATION/launch/launch/whatever.launch

C++

  • Examines the add_library and add_executable commands in the CMakeLists.txt and ensures that each is matched with the appropriate catkin variables.
    • target_catkin_libraries - Checks dependencies on ${catkin_LIBRARIES}
    • check_exported_dependencies - Checks dependencies on ${catkin_EXPORTED_TARGETS} and ${PKG_NAME_EXPORTED_TARGETS}
    • remove_old_style_cpp_dependencies - Removes dependencies on the old style of C++ dependencies (i.e. __generate_messages_cpp, _gencpp and _gencfg) and replaces them with the above EXPORTED_TARGETS
  • check_includes - Sets up the include_directories command
  • check_library_setup - ensures your libraries are exported into the catkin_package command

Python

  • check_setup_py - If you have python code, will automatically generate setup.py for you.

Misc

  • check_dynamic_reconfigure - If there are dynamic_reconfigure configurations, ensure the package depends on dynamic_reconfigure, and the configurations are configured in the CMake and executable.
  • remove_useless_files - Removes autogenerated mainpage.dox file
  • check_plugins - If you use pluginlib, will search your code for PLUGINLIB_EXPORT_CLASS macros, and update your plugin xml accordingly.

Configuration

Located at ~/.ros/roscompile.yaml

  • skip_fixes: An array of strings representing fixes that you'd like to always ignore when running roscompile
  • default_license - String for the license you want your package manifest to have (if it is set to TODO originally).
  • replace_rules: An array of dictionaries representing users you'd like to have replaced in the package.xml. For example, one entry in the array could be:
 from: {email: dlu@todo.todo, name: dlu}
 to: {email: davidvlu@gmail.com, name: David V. Lu!!}

The to name and email must be specified, but you only need to specify either the name or email for the from.

Other Scripts

  • convert_to_format_2 Convert the manifest.xml from format 1 to format 2.
  • add_tests Add roslaunch and/or roslint tests to your package, updating both the manifest.xml and CMakeLists.txt.
  • add_compile_options Script to add C++ compile flags to your CMakeLists.txt
CHANGELOG
No CHANGELOG found.

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Dependant Packages

No known dependants.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged roscompile at answers.ros.org

roscompile package from roscompile repo

ros_introspection roscompile

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 1.0.2
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/DLu/roscompile.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2019-05-23
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

The roscompile package

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • David V. Lu!!

Authors

No additional authors.

roscompile is a tool for improving Catkin packages by fixing common errors and tweaking the style. To run, simply navigate to a folder containing the packages you'd like to tweak, and type roscompile. This will automatically apply all the fixes described below. Certain rules can be ignored by tweaking the configuration. If you want to interactively apply the rules, use the -i option.

You can also explicitly enumerate which fixes you want to run with the roscompile_command executable.

There are also some other useful scripts described at the bottom of this documentation.

roscompile Features

Dependencies

  • Checks for dependencies by looking in the source code, message, service, action and launch files.
  • check_manifest_dependencies - Inserts build/run/test dependencies into your package.xml
  • check_python_dependencies - Inserts run dependencies for external Python libraries
  • check_cmake_dependencies - Inserts dependencies into your CMakeLists.txt (in both the find_package and catkin_package commands)

package.xml

  • remove_empty_export_tag - Remove the empty export tag
  • remove_boilerplate_manifest_comments - Remove boiler-plate comments
  • remove_empty_manifest_lines - Remove empty lines
  • greedy_depend_tag If a format 2 package.xml, collapses matching build_depend/build_export_depend/exec_depend commands into a single depend command
  • enforce_manifest_tabbing Ensure standard indentation of each tag
  • enforce_manifest_ordering - Sort all fo the tags by type and value
  • update_people - Reads the <author> and <maintainer> tags and allows you to programmatically replace them. (i.e. 'dlu', 'Dave Lu', 'David Lu'', 'dlu@TODO' can all become 'David V. Lu!!') (see configuration section below)
  • update_license - Updates TODO licenses to a configurable default license (see configuration section below)
  • update_metapackage - Update your metapackage dependencies
  • misc_xml_formatting - Remove extra whitespace from inside tags in package.xml (and plugin xmls)

CMakeLists.txt

  • check_generators - Automatically looks for msg/srv/action/dynamic_reconfigure definitions and ensures they are properly built in the CMakeLists.txt
  • enforce_cmake_ordering - Enforces the ordering of the commands

CMake Style

  • remove_boilerplate_cmake_comments - Removes boiler-plate comments
  • remove_empty_cmake_lines - Removes empty lines
  • alphabetize_sections - Alphabetizes the COMPONENTS, DEPENDENCIES, FILES and CATKIN_DEPENDS sections of CMake commands

  • prettify_catkin_package_cmd - Ensures standard indentation of catkin_package

  • prettify_package_lists - Ensures standard indentation of find_package/COMPONENTS and catkin_package/CATKIN_DEPENDS

  • prettify_msgs_srvs - Ensures standard indentation of add_message_files and add_service_files

  • prettify_installs - Ensures standard indentation of install commands

CMake Installs

  • update_cplusplus_installs - Checks for install commands for C++ executables/libraries/header files
  • update_python_installs - Checks for install commands for Python executables
  • update_misc_installs - Checks for install commands for launch files, plugin configurations and other non-code files.
  • fix_double_directory_installs - Checks to make sure directory installs don't use the name of the directory twice, a la $INSTALL_LOCATION/launch/launch/whatever.launch

C++

  • Examines the add_library and add_executable commands in the CMakeLists.txt and ensures that each is matched with the appropriate catkin variables.
    • target_catkin_libraries - Checks dependencies on ${catkin_LIBRARIES}
    • check_exported_dependencies - Checks dependencies on ${catkin_EXPORTED_TARGETS} and ${PKG_NAME_EXPORTED_TARGETS}
    • remove_old_style_cpp_dependencies - Removes dependencies on the old style of C++ dependencies (i.e. __generate_messages_cpp, _gencpp and _gencfg) and replaces them with the above EXPORTED_TARGETS
  • check_includes - Sets up the include_directories command
  • check_library_setup - ensures your libraries are exported into the catkin_package command

Python

  • check_setup_py - If you have python code, will automatically generate setup.py for you.

Misc

  • check_dynamic_reconfigure - If there are dynamic_reconfigure configurations, ensure the package depends on dynamic_reconfigure, and the configurations are configured in the CMake and executable.
  • remove_useless_files - Removes autogenerated mainpage.dox file
  • check_plugins - If you use pluginlib, will search your code for PLUGINLIB_EXPORT_CLASS macros, and update your plugin xml accordingly.

Configuration

Located at ~/.ros/roscompile.yaml

  • skip_fixes: An array of strings representing fixes that you'd like to always ignore when running roscompile
  • default_license - String for the license you want your package manifest to have (if it is set to TODO originally).
  • replace_rules: An array of dictionaries representing users you'd like to have replaced in the package.xml. For example, one entry in the array could be:
 from: {email: dlu@todo.todo, name: dlu}
 to: {email: davidvlu@gmail.com, name: David V. Lu!!}

The to name and email must be specified, but you only need to specify either the name or email for the from.

Other Scripts

  • convert_to_format_2 Convert the manifest.xml from format 1 to format 2.
  • add_tests Add roslaunch and/or roslint tests to your package, updating both the manifest.xml and CMakeLists.txt.
  • add_compile_options Script to add C++ compile flags to your CMakeLists.txt
CHANGELOG
No CHANGELOG found.

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Dependant Packages

No known dependants.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged roscompile at answers.ros.org

roscompile package from roscompile repo

ros_introspection roscompile

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 1.0.2
License BSD
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/DLu/roscompile.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2019-05-23
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

The roscompile package

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • David V. Lu!!

Authors

No additional authors.

roscompile is a tool for improving Catkin packages by fixing common errors and tweaking the style. To run, simply navigate to a folder containing the packages you'd like to tweak, and type roscompile. This will automatically apply all the fixes described below. Certain rules can be ignored by tweaking the configuration. If you want to interactively apply the rules, use the -i option.

You can also explicitly enumerate which fixes you want to run with the roscompile_command executable.

There are also some other useful scripts described at the bottom of this documentation.

roscompile Features

Dependencies

  • Checks for dependencies by looking in the source code, message, service, action and launch files.
  • check_manifest_dependencies - Inserts build/run/test dependencies into your package.xml
  • check_python_dependencies - Inserts run dependencies for external Python libraries
  • check_cmake_dependencies - Inserts dependencies into your CMakeLists.txt (in both the find_package and catkin_package commands)

package.xml

  • remove_empty_export_tag - Remove the empty export tag
  • remove_boilerplate_manifest_comments - Remove boiler-plate comments
  • remove_empty_manifest_lines - Remove empty lines
  • greedy_depend_tag If a format 2 package.xml, collapses matching build_depend/build_export_depend/exec_depend commands into a single depend command
  • enforce_manifest_tabbing Ensure standard indentation of each tag
  • enforce_manifest_ordering - Sort all fo the tags by type and value
  • update_people - Reads the <author> and <maintainer> tags and allows you to programmatically replace them. (i.e. 'dlu', 'Dave Lu', 'David Lu'', 'dlu@TODO' can all become 'David V. Lu!!') (see configuration section below)
  • update_license - Updates TODO licenses to a configurable default license (see configuration section below)
  • update_metapackage - Update your metapackage dependencies
  • misc_xml_formatting - Remove extra whitespace from inside tags in package.xml (and plugin xmls)

CMakeLists.txt

  • check_generators - Automatically looks for msg/srv/action/dynamic_reconfigure definitions and ensures they are properly built in the CMakeLists.txt
  • enforce_cmake_ordering - Enforces the ordering of the commands

CMake Style

  • remove_boilerplate_cmake_comments - Removes boiler-plate comments
  • remove_empty_cmake_lines - Removes empty lines
  • alphabetize_sections - Alphabetizes the COMPONENTS, DEPENDENCIES, FILES and CATKIN_DEPENDS sections of CMake commands

  • prettify_catkin_package_cmd - Ensures standard indentation of catkin_package

  • prettify_package_lists - Ensures standard indentation of find_package/COMPONENTS and catkin_package/CATKIN_DEPENDS

  • prettify_msgs_srvs - Ensures standard indentation of add_message_files and add_service_files

  • prettify_installs - Ensures standard indentation of install commands

CMake Installs

  • update_cplusplus_installs - Checks for install commands for C++ executables/libraries/header files
  • update_python_installs - Checks for install commands for Python executables
  • update_misc_installs - Checks for install commands for launch files, plugin configurations and other non-code files.
  • fix_double_directory_installs - Checks to make sure directory installs don't use the name of the directory twice, a la $INSTALL_LOCATION/launch/launch/whatever.launch

C++

  • Examines the add_library and add_executable commands in the CMakeLists.txt and ensures that each is matched with the appropriate catkin variables.
    • target_catkin_libraries - Checks dependencies on ${catkin_LIBRARIES}
    • check_exported_dependencies - Checks dependencies on ${catkin_EXPORTED_TARGETS} and ${PKG_NAME_EXPORTED_TARGETS}
    • remove_old_style_cpp_dependencies - Removes dependencies on the old style of C++ dependencies (i.e. __generate_messages_cpp, _gencpp and _gencfg) and replaces them with the above EXPORTED_TARGETS
  • check_includes - Sets up the include_directories command
  • check_library_setup - ensures your libraries are exported into the catkin_package command

Python

  • check_setup_py - If you have python code, will automatically generate setup.py for you.

Misc

  • check_dynamic_reconfigure - If there are dynamic_reconfigure configurations, ensure the package depends on dynamic_reconfigure, and the configurations are configured in the CMake and executable.
  • remove_useless_files - Removes autogenerated mainpage.dox file
  • check_plugins - If you use pluginlib, will search your code for PLUGINLIB_EXPORT_CLASS macros, and update your plugin xml accordingly.

Configuration

Located at ~/.ros/roscompile.yaml

  • skip_fixes: An array of strings representing fixes that you'd like to always ignore when running roscompile
  • default_license - String for the license you want your package manifest to have (if it is set to TODO originally).
  • replace_rules: An array of dictionaries representing users you'd like to have replaced in the package.xml. For example, one entry in the array could be:
 from: {email: dlu@todo.todo, name: dlu}
 to: {email: davidvlu@gmail.com, name: David V. Lu!!}

The to name and email must be specified, but you only need to specify either the name or email for the from.

Other Scripts

  • convert_to_format_2 Convert the manifest.xml from format 1 to format 2.
  • add_tests Add roslaunch and/or roslint tests to your package, updating both the manifest.xml and CMakeLists.txt.
  • add_compile_options Script to add C++ compile flags to your CMakeLists.txt
CHANGELOG
No CHANGELOG found.

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Dependant Packages

No known dependants.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged roscompile at answers.ros.org