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2018-02-14 06:30:25 -0600 marked best answer Is the MultiRayShape Class working properly?

I am gettting the following error when trying to compile my code: error: ‘class gazebo::physics::MultiRayShape’ has no member named ‘Ray’

I am trying to detect which object a laser ray is hitting by following the answer given in http://answers.gazebosim.org/question... . Now the API documentation given http://osrf-distributions.s3.amazonaw... indicates that this should work. I am using Gazebo version 7.10.0.

After looking through the code for Gazebo, I see that the functions are not implemented, is there some information on when they would implement it or if they have decided to remove the functionality all together? If that is the case, seeing which object has collided with a specific ray is going to be problematic.

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2018-02-14 06:29:39 -0600 answered a question Is the MultiRayShape Class working properly?

After looking through the code for Gazebo 8 and 9, I see that it has been implemented in these versions, so the solution

2018-02-12 10:06:25 -0600 asked a question Is the MultiRayShape Class working properly?

Is the MultiRayShape Class working properly? I am gettting the following error when trying to compile my code: error: ‘c