Author: Ken Conley Date: To: User discussions Subject: Re: [ros-users] What is the relationship between stack names on the
ROS wiki and its repository's name?
Please ask this on answers.ros.org, I will answer it there.
On Thu, Apr 19, 2012 at 10:48 AM, Hai Nguyen <email@example.com> wrote: > Hi ros-users!
> Our lab hosts code with Google Code and was planing on releasing each
> stack as a separate repository. Unfortunately, this scheme also
> generates very ugly repostority URLs as repository names aren't
> allowed to have underscores (which I've replaced with dashes) but this
> isn't a preferred ROS naming convention as I understand it. Also, the
> repository name is also prepended with Google Code project name:
> https://code.google.com/p/gt-ros-pkg.my-stack-name/ >
> My question is what happens when a repository with this name gets
> indexed and linked to a page on the wiki? Is there a way to turn
> "gt-ros-pkg.my-stack-name" to something more friendly like
> Hai Nguyen
> CS, Robotics
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