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You can control how ROS packages will be built by specifying catkin build parameters. rapyuta.io provides a handful of catkin build parameters when adding a ROS package. They are:
The catkin build parameters are optional. If you do not want to specify any of them, the catkin build recipe will build all ROS packages in its catkin workspace.
The context directory is a specific project directory (folder) relative to the git repository. It is copied to the platform catkin builder’s workspace, and subsequently, catkin build parameters are applied to it. In the absence of a context directory, all of the folders in the git repository are built.
To add a set of catkin build parameters follow the below steps.
You may provide multiple sets of catkin build parameters for a single ROS-based repository. Thus you can run multiple catkin builds on the ROS-based repository.