asked 2011-02-28 18:33:23 -0500Wim
I posted the text below on our askbot server (answers.ros.org), and the first link gets shown correctly, but the second one does not. In the edit preview below the text box, both links look correct though.
I think your assessment is correct, Smach assumes the role of the main loop itself, and is kind of awkward to use asynchronously. The Smach roadmap has some pointers to initial experiments with asynchronous Smach. There is even a https://code.ros.org/svn/ros-pkg/stacks/linux_networking/trunk">repository containing an implementation and example usage of asynchronous Smach.
Actually - if you read the "source code" of your post you will see that there is a duplicate
http:// part in the second link, so there is no bug here in the "markdown" -> "html" conversion and you can edit that problem out.
But how that incorrect link got there it is another question - and it does show a possible bug in the previewer.
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Asked: 2011-02-28 18:33:23 -0500
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