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Dear ROS community,

I'm new on ROS, and I'm following the "How to cross-compile any ROS package for Android" tutorial, and everything is ok until the step that I have to add the contents of the file robot_localization.rosinstall generated to the ndk.rosinstall.

I'm trying to find the tool called rosfusion.py because when I execute the command line

./rosfusion.py -n robot_localization.rosinstall -t ndk.rosinstall

it doesn't work. This is what I get from the terminal

~/ros-android-ndk/roscpp_android$ ./rosfusion.py -n robot_localization.rosinstall -t ndk.rosinstall
bash: ./rosfusion.py: No such file or directory

Any help would be really appreciated.

Thanks in advance.


Originally posted by daniel6omez on ROS Answers with karma: 1 on 2015-10-04

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Comment by gvdhoorn on 2015-10-05:
I can't find that file anywhere, so I suggest that you open an issue on the issue tracker of the roscpp_android package.

Comment by Gary Servin on 2015-10-13:
Sorry for this, already created an issue on the repo and will fix it ASAP.

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The issue has been solved. Please update your repo with the file that was missing. Sorry for the inconvenience. https://github.com/creativa77/roscpp_android/issues/30


Originally posted by Ernesto Corbellini with karma: 101 on 2015-10-14

This answer was ACCEPTED on the original site

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