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This repo maintains a lists of repositories for each ROS distribution
Library for loading/unloading plugins in ROS packages during runtime
A CMake-based build system that is used to build all packages in ROS.
A command-line tool for retrieving information about ROS packages available on the filesystem
Gentoo Overlay for ROS packages
Packages related to gathering, viewing, and analyzing diagnostics data from robots.
Xacro is an XML macro language. With xacro, you can construct shorter and more readable XML files by using macros that expand to larger XML expressions.
A set of ROS packages for keeping track of coordinate transforms.
ROS communications-related packages, including core client libraries (roscpp, rospy, roslisp) and graph introspection tools (rostopic, rosnode, rosservice, rosparam).
Commonly used messages in ROS. Includes messages for actions (actionlib_msgs), diagnostics (diagnostic_msgs), geometric primitives (geometry_msgs), robot navigation (nav_msgs), and common sensors (sensor_msgs), such as laser range finders, cameras, point clouds.
ROS-independent library for dynamic class (i.e. plugin) introspection and loading from runtime libraries
Package used to retrieve resources of different kinds, e.g. http://, file://, the ROS specific package://, etc.
Standalone URDF parser for Python.
kdl_parser and kdl_parser_py provide tools to construct a KDL tree from an XML robot representation in URDF.
Packages for common geometric calculations including the ROS transform library, "tf". Also includes ROS bindings for "bullet" physics engine and "kdl" kinematics/dynamics package.
Allows you to publish the state of a robot (i.e the position of its base and all joints) via the "tf" transform library
Core ROS packages
Repository for URDF parsing code
ros distribution sandbox
Provides a standardized interface for interfacing with preemptable tasks. Examples of this include moving the base to a target location, performing a laser scan and returning the resulting point cloud, detecting the handle of a door, etc.
Code used in tutorials found on ROS wiki
Standalone Python library for generating ROS message and service data structures for various languages