I have a lot of experience working with ros1 on ubuntu (specifically melodic), and all of the packages and ros itself was downloaded via apt package manager.
I was wondering if there was something like that on Windows 10?
Starting with downloading and installing ROS 2 itself, you still must download a bunch of dependencies manually. Then, I believe chocolatey is used in some sense.
But how do you download packages like in ROS 1 on Ubuntu? For instance, what's the equivalent to something like:
sudo apt-get install ros-melodic-desktop and
sudo apt-get install ros-melodic-octomap
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