kinematics_interface repository

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/ros-controls/kinematics_interface.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version humble
Last Updated 2024-02-19
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Packages

README

kinematics_interface

This is a ROS 2 package for using C++ kinematics frameworks in the context of ROS 2 control. A kinematics interface is designed to allow ROS 2 controllers to control robots in Cartesian space. This package also contains a basic implementation of the interface using KDL.

Build status

ROS2 Distro Branch Build status Documentation Released packages
Rolling master Rolling Binary Build
Rolling Semi-Binary Build
API API kdl kinematics_interface
Iron master see above API API kdl kinematics_interface
Humble humble Humble Binary Build
Humble Semi-Binary Build
API API kdl kinematics_interface

Explanation of different build types

NOTE: There are three build stages checking current and future compatibility of the package.

Detailed build status

  1. Binary builds - against released packages (main and testing) in ROS distributions. Shows that direct local build is possible.

Uses repos file: $NAME$-not-released.<ros-distro>.repos

  1. Semi-binary builds - against released core ROS packages (main and testing), but the immediate dependencies are pulled from source. Shows that local build with dependencies is possible and if fails there we can expect that after the next package sync we will not be able to build.

Uses repos file: $NAME$.repos

CONTRIBUTING

Contributing Guidelines

Thank you for your interest in contributing to kinematics_interface. Whether it's a bug report, new feature, correction, or additional documentation, we greatly value feedback and contributions from our community.

Please read through this document before submitting any issues or pull requests to ensure we have all the necessary information to effectively respond to your bug report or contribution.

Reporting Bugs/Feature Requests

We welcome you to use the GitHub issue tracker to report bugs or suggest features.

When filing an issue, please check existing open, or recently closed, issues to make sure somebody else hasn't already reported the issue. Please try to include as much information as you can. Details like these are incredibly useful:

  • A reproducible test case or series of steps
  • The version of our code being used
  • Any modifications you've made relevant to the bug
  • Anything unusual about your environment or deployment

Contributing via Pull Requests

The following guidance should be up-to-date, but the documentation as found here should prove as the final say.

Contributions via pull requests are much appreciated. Before sending us a pull request, please ensure that:

  1. Limited scope. Your PR should do one thing or one set of things. Avoid adding “random fixes” to PRs. Put those on separate PRs.
  2. Give your PR a descriptive title. Add a short summary, if required.
  3. Make sure the pipeline is green.
  4. Don’t be afraid to request reviews from maintainers.
  5. New code = new tests. If you are adding new functionality, always make sure to add some tests exercising the code and serving as live documentation of your original intention.

To send us a pull request, please:

  1. Fork the repository.
  2. Modify the source; please focus on the specific change you are contributing. If you also reformat all the code, it will be hard for us to focus on your change.
  3. Ensure local tests pass. (colcon test and pre-commit run (requires you to install pre-commit by pip3 install pre-commit)
  4. Commit to your fork using clear commit messages.
  5. Send a pull request, answering any default questions in the pull request interface.
  6. Pay attention to any automated CI failures reported in the pull request, and stay involved in the conversation.

GitHub provides additional documentation on forking a repository and creating a pull request.

Finding contributions to work on

Looking at the existing issues is a great way to find something to contribute on. As this project, by default, uses the default GitHub issue labels (enhancement/bug/duplicate/help wanted/invalid/question/wontfix), looking at any 'help wanted' issues is a great place to start.

Licensing

Any contribution that you make to this repository will be under the Apache 2 License, as dictated by that license:

5. Submission of Contributions. Unless You explicitly state otherwise,
   any Contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in the Work
   by You to the Licensor shall be under the terms and conditions of
   this License, without any additional terms or conditions.
   Notwithstanding the above, nothing herein shall supersede or modify
   the terms of any separate license agreement you may have executed
   with Licensor regarding such Contributions.

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/ros-controls/kinematics_interface.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2024-02-19
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Packages

README

kinematics_interface

This is a ROS 2 package for using C++ kinematics frameworks in the context of ROS 2 control. A kinematics interface is designed to allow ROS 2 controllers to control robots in Cartesian space. This package also contains a basic implementation of the interface using KDL.

Build status

ROS2 Distro Branch Build status Documentation Released packages
Rolling master Rolling Binary Build
Rolling Semi-Binary Build
API API kdl kinematics_interface
Iron master see above API API kdl kinematics_interface
Humble humble Humble Binary Build
Humble Semi-Binary Build
API API kdl kinematics_interface

Explanation of different build types

NOTE: There are three build stages checking current and future compatibility of the package.

Detailed build status

  1. Binary builds - against released packages (main and testing) in ROS distributions. Shows that direct local build is possible.

Uses repos file: $NAME$-not-released.<ros-distro>.repos

  1. Semi-binary builds - against released core ROS packages (main and testing), but the immediate dependencies are pulled from source. Shows that local build with dependencies is possible and if fails there we can expect that after the next package sync we will not be able to build.

Uses repos file: $NAME$.repos

CONTRIBUTING

Contributing Guidelines

Thank you for your interest in contributing to kinematics_interface. Whether it's a bug report, new feature, correction, or additional documentation, we greatly value feedback and contributions from our community.

Please read through this document before submitting any issues or pull requests to ensure we have all the necessary information to effectively respond to your bug report or contribution.

Reporting Bugs/Feature Requests

We welcome you to use the GitHub issue tracker to report bugs or suggest features.

When filing an issue, please check existing open, or recently closed, issues to make sure somebody else hasn't already reported the issue. Please try to include as much information as you can. Details like these are incredibly useful:

  • A reproducible test case or series of steps
  • The version of our code being used
  • Any modifications you've made relevant to the bug
  • Anything unusual about your environment or deployment

Contributing via Pull Requests

The following guidance should be up-to-date, but the documentation as found here should prove as the final say.

Contributions via pull requests are much appreciated. Before sending us a pull request, please ensure that:

  1. Limited scope. Your PR should do one thing or one set of things. Avoid adding “random fixes” to PRs. Put those on separate PRs.
  2. Give your PR a descriptive title. Add a short summary, if required.
  3. Make sure the pipeline is green.
  4. Don’t be afraid to request reviews from maintainers.
  5. New code = new tests. If you are adding new functionality, always make sure to add some tests exercising the code and serving as live documentation of your original intention.

To send us a pull request, please:

  1. Fork the repository.
  2. Modify the source; please focus on the specific change you are contributing. If you also reformat all the code, it will be hard for us to focus on your change.
  3. Ensure local tests pass. (colcon test and pre-commit run (requires you to install pre-commit by pip3 install pre-commit)
  4. Commit to your fork using clear commit messages.
  5. Send a pull request, answering any default questions in the pull request interface.
  6. Pay attention to any automated CI failures reported in the pull request, and stay involved in the conversation.

GitHub provides additional documentation on forking a repository and creating a pull request.

Finding contributions to work on

Looking at the existing issues is a great way to find something to contribute on. As this project, by default, uses the default GitHub issue labels (enhancement/bug/duplicate/help wanted/invalid/question/wontfix), looking at any 'help wanted' issues is a great place to start.

Licensing

Any contribution that you make to this repository will be under the Apache 2 License, as dictated by that license:

5. Submission of Contributions. Unless You explicitly state otherwise,
   any Contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in the Work
   by You to the Licensor shall be under the terms and conditions of
   this License, without any additional terms or conditions.
   Notwithstanding the above, nothing herein shall supersede or modify
   the terms of any separate license agreement you may have executed
   with Licensor regarding such Contributions.

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/ros-controls/kinematics_interface.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2024-02-19
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Packages

README

kinematics_interface

This is a ROS 2 package for using C++ kinematics frameworks in the context of ROS 2 control. A kinematics interface is designed to allow ROS 2 controllers to control robots in Cartesian space. This package also contains a basic implementation of the interface using KDL.

Build status

ROS2 Distro Branch Build status Documentation Released packages
Rolling master Rolling Binary Build
Rolling Semi-Binary Build
API API kdl kinematics_interface
Iron master see above API API kdl kinematics_interface
Humble humble Humble Binary Build
Humble Semi-Binary Build
API API kdl kinematics_interface

Explanation of different build types

NOTE: There are three build stages checking current and future compatibility of the package.

Detailed build status

  1. Binary builds - against released packages (main and testing) in ROS distributions. Shows that direct local build is possible.

Uses repos file: $NAME$-not-released.<ros-distro>.repos

  1. Semi-binary builds - against released core ROS packages (main and testing), but the immediate dependencies are pulled from source. Shows that local build with dependencies is possible and if fails there we can expect that after the next package sync we will not be able to build.

Uses repos file: $NAME$.repos

CONTRIBUTING

Contributing Guidelines

Thank you for your interest in contributing to kinematics_interface. Whether it's a bug report, new feature, correction, or additional documentation, we greatly value feedback and contributions from our community.

Please read through this document before submitting any issues or pull requests to ensure we have all the necessary information to effectively respond to your bug report or contribution.

Reporting Bugs/Feature Requests

We welcome you to use the GitHub issue tracker to report bugs or suggest features.

When filing an issue, please check existing open, or recently closed, issues to make sure somebody else hasn't already reported the issue. Please try to include as much information as you can. Details like these are incredibly useful:

  • A reproducible test case or series of steps
  • The version of our code being used
  • Any modifications you've made relevant to the bug
  • Anything unusual about your environment or deployment

Contributing via Pull Requests

The following guidance should be up-to-date, but the documentation as found here should prove as the final say.

Contributions via pull requests are much appreciated. Before sending us a pull request, please ensure that:

  1. Limited scope. Your PR should do one thing or one set of things. Avoid adding “random fixes” to PRs. Put those on separate PRs.
  2. Give your PR a descriptive title. Add a short summary, if required.
  3. Make sure the pipeline is green.
  4. Don’t be afraid to request reviews from maintainers.
  5. New code = new tests. If you are adding new functionality, always make sure to add some tests exercising the code and serving as live documentation of your original intention.

To send us a pull request, please:

  1. Fork the repository.
  2. Modify the source; please focus on the specific change you are contributing. If you also reformat all the code, it will be hard for us to focus on your change.
  3. Ensure local tests pass. (colcon test and pre-commit run (requires you to install pre-commit by pip3 install pre-commit)
  4. Commit to your fork using clear commit messages.
  5. Send a pull request, answering any default questions in the pull request interface.
  6. Pay attention to any automated CI failures reported in the pull request, and stay involved in the conversation.

GitHub provides additional documentation on forking a repository and creating a pull request.

Finding contributions to work on

Looking at the existing issues is a great way to find something to contribute on. As this project, by default, uses the default GitHub issue labels (enhancement/bug/duplicate/help wanted/invalid/question/wontfix), looking at any 'help wanted' issues is a great place to start.

Licensing

Any contribution that you make to this repository will be under the Apache 2 License, as dictated by that license:

5. Submission of Contributions. Unless You explicitly state otherwise,
   any Contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in the Work
   by You to the Licensor shall be under the terms and conditions of
   this License, without any additional terms or conditions.
   Notwithstanding the above, nothing herein shall supersede or modify
   the terms of any separate license agreement you may have executed
   with Licensor regarding such Contributions.