In the EEROS library you will find a directory with examples. Open a shell and run
roscore. Open another shell in the build directory of your EEROS library and run
This example runs your EEROS application as a ROS node under the name /rosTest1. It publishes two topics
$ rosnode list
you will see the new node. With
$ rostopic list
will list the two topics which are published be our node, /test1/val and /test1/vector. Open another shell to show the messages sent by EEROS, e.g.
$ rostopic echo /test1/vector
$ rostopic hz /test1/val
you can easily check how often data is sent from out ROS node. Try to plot some of the data with
$ rqt_plot /test1/val /test1/vector/data /test1/vector/data
Open another shell in the build directory of your EEROS library and run
rosNodeTalker. This is not a EEROS program but simply starts a ROS node which publishes a couple of test topics. As soon as
rosNodeTalker runs your example application will receive the two topics
and logs its transported message values into the console. Use
to show a graph with all involved nodes together with their topics.