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There is plenty of disparate info on ros.org about creating Android apps compatible with ROS. What I can't find (in any complete fashion) is whether or not there exists a stand-alone jar library which I can add to a Java (Eclipse) project that will let me send and receive ROS messages, without requireing a full rosjava install.

I found this but without more information I can't tell if it's close to what I'm looking for: http://www.ros.org/wiki/android


Originally posted by seanarm on ROS Answers with karma: 753 on 2011-11-30

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Comment by tfoote on 2011-11-30:
Please keep comments civil. http://www.ros.org/wiki/Support

Comment by seanarm on 2011-11-30:
I found this: https://vmi.lmt.ei.tum.de/projects/ros/wiki/Androidinstall

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I'm not sure what you're looking for. A library which implements ROS communication protocols is a ROS library. I suggest you look at rosjava.


Originally posted by tfoote with karma: 58457 on 2011-11-30

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Comment by seanarm on 2011-12-05:
... to provide some limited ROS compatibility with remote nodes, on a machine with a full ROS installation.

Comment by seanarm on 2011-12-05:
I'm looking for "drop-in" ROS capability for mobile development. That is, I don't want to have to perform the entire ROS installation process (for various convenience reasons). Specifically, in the ideal case, I want a JAR that I can include in an Eclipse Android application...

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You can also look at the sample Android projects here: http://code.google.com/p/rosjava/source/browse/?repo=android


Originally posted by damonkohler with karma: 3838 on 2011-12-04

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It's become apparent that the capability for which I'm looking doesn't yet exist. Thanks for the direction, WG guys.


Originally posted by seanarm with karma: 753 on 2011-12-05

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