Dirk Thomas (OSRF) The ROS build farm - what it can do for me

Looking foward to ROSCon 2017 we're highlighting presentations from last year. The ROSCon 2017 registration is currently open.

The OSRF team has put a lot of work into the ROS buildfarm. It's used to provide continuous integration for the open source ROS community. Here he talks about how to both take advantage of the hosted version as well as leverage the components of the system for your own deployment if you wish.



The presentation is focused on the Python package ros_buildfarm. The various features provided are being described in detail which will improve the understand of the development process of ROS packages ranging from development and continuous integration over the release process to documentation. It will help you to leverage the provided infrastructure of build.ros.org for the development of your ROS packages and improve your workflow. Additionally it is being demonstrated how the software can be applied locally or e.g. via Travis to run your own "jobs".


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