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all: add individual readmes to all packages #153

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gavanderhoorn opened this issue Mar 22, 2015 · 0 comments
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all: add individual readmes to all packages #153

gavanderhoorn opened this issue Mar 22, 2015 · 0 comments

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@gavanderhoorn gavanderhoorn commented Mar 22, 2015

Inspired by the ROS Index, but it also makes sense: roscd fanuc_m10ia_support fi leads a user to a directory /ros/install/path/share/fanuc_m10ia_support with a package.xml and some CMake files. It's not directly obvious the manifest contains some links to websites that would provide more information.

At the very least the readme could point the user to the current wiki pages.

@gavanderhoorn gavanderhoorn added this to the untargeted milestone Mar 22, 2015
gavanderhoorn added a commit to ros-industrial/fanuc_experimental that referenced this issue Mar 24, 2015
They currently just direct the user to the information on the ROS wiki,
as we don't want to duplicate too much content. This may change in the
future (move content from wiki to readme).
@gavanderhoorn gavanderhoorn self-assigned this Mar 24, 2015
gavanderhoorn added a commit to gavanderhoorn/fanuc that referenced this issue Feb 28, 2019
They currently just direct the user to the information on the ROS wiki,
as we don't want to duplicate too much content. This may change in the
future (move content from wiki to readme).
gavanderhoorn added a commit to gavanderhoorn/fanuc that referenced this issue Jun 27, 2021
They currently just direct the user to the information on the ROS wiki,
as we don't want to duplicate too much content. This may change in the
future (move content from wiki to readme).
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