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Releasing a ROS 2 package with bloom
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This page describes how to prepare a repository for release on the public ROS 2 buildfarm. After you’ve created a package, this is the next step towards getting your package in to the publicly-available Debian packages (i.e., you will be able to install the package via
apt). This page includes the ROS 2-specific instructions to execute before following the Bloom release tutorial on the ROS Wiki.
Ensure that you have the latest version of bloom and catkin_pkg
See above version requirements.
Make sure you have the ros repositories in your sources (see instructions here).
Install the latest version of bloom and catkin_pkg:
sudo apt install python-catkin-pkg python-bloom
If you’re using a version of bloom older than 0.6.8 you’ll need to use the v3 index url for releasing.
No differences from ROS 1 Bloom
If you’ve bloomed packages before in ROS 1, the ROS 2 process is exactly the same.
Same as in ROS 1: Following this tutorial
If porting a ROS 1 package to ROS 2, it’s recommended to create a new
Individual build details on the build farm Jenkins frontend.
The ROS 2 Package Status Pages (e.g. Bouncy-Default).