I am trying to use a topic subscription inside a hardware interface plugin code, for reading the status of the wheels, I am doing everything as per documentation but the subscription callback never gets called.
Maybe because the plugin doesn’t get executed as a normal node, although I am inheriting the rclcpp::Node class and using its functions.
Based on this post it can be done using executers but I couldn’t figure out how…
Hi, although I’d say much of creating a hardware interface with ROS 2 control falls outside this course, what that post is talking about is using multi-threaded executors, which means that you can have more than one callback function without them blocking each other. This could be the reason your subscription callback never gets called.
Unit 5 of the course deals with this topic, I recommend going through it and then see if it can help.
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