So earlier before I was using ROS2 beta1 version on Qt. It was working when I include the library files of ROS2 using Qt’s default way of add 3rd-party libraries. (right click on project and choose “add libraries” and so on…)
But when I switch to Beta2 version, this method doesn’t work anymore. I guess it’s because they introduced the commmand line tool like “ros2 run…” and somehow the way the static library linking to its dynamic library is changed?
Under Windows10, I tried adding the path “C:/dev/ros2/install/bin” into the environment variable PATH, but still it didn’t do the trick. So does anyone have an idea of how to properly import Beta2-Libraries in Qt?
Thanks a lot