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tutorials:ros:mixed-port-component-ros [2019/04/30 15:09]
Alex Lotz [Add a plain ROS port]
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Alex Lotz [Add a plain ROS port]
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 ===== Add a plain ROS port ===== ===== Add a plain ROS port =====
  
-For activating the ROS feature and for modeling the ROS MixedPort, a new model with the file extension **.rosinterfacespool** needs to be created within a component project. For our example, we will create the following ​model file+For activating the ROS feature and for modeling the ROS MixedPort, a new model with the file extension **.rosinterfacespool** needs to be created within a component project. For our example, we will create the model file named **joy.rosinterfacespool**. This model file consists of an abstract representation of the available ROS interfaces that can be used in our component (we will select a subset of these interfaces for our component model). This model can be shared between several components.
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-  - **joy.rosinterfacespool**: this file provides ​an abstract representation of the available ROS interfaces that can be used in our component (we will select a subset of these interfaces for our component ​in the next model). This model can be shared between several components.+
  
 The content of the **joy.rosinterfacespool** for our example looks as follows: The content of the **joy.rosinterfacespool** for our example looks as follows:
tutorials/ros/mixed-port-component-ros.txt · Last modified: 2019/04/30 15:11 by Alex Lotz