Hello, I am trying to use the python bindings, so my final goal is to be able to import the library aditofpython.cpp in the first_frame.py file. However, I don't quite understand what are the proper instructions. What I did so far is the following:
1) I installed Miscosoft Visual Studio 15 2017, anaconda3, CMake, OpenCV, and OpenSSL (this one comes together with Git:C:\Program Files\Git\usr\bin);
2) I run \aditof_sdk\scripts\windows\setup_project.bat to make sure that glog, protobuf, libwebsockets are installed. During the installation, a lot of .h files were not found and some of the tests were failed. In the end, I see that the programs are successfully downloaded, however in the folder "installed" there is only glog and protobuf. Are all these three necessary for python interfacing? How to check that they are properly installed?
3) What should I do next? As I understood I should try to build some additional files with cmake as written here:https://github.com/analogdevicesinc/aditof_sdk/tree/master/cmake. So firstly I need to go to the aditof_sdk root folder and create a build folder. Then I run the command
cmake -DWITH_PYTHON=on -DWITH_OPENCV=on -DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH="/opt/glog;/opt/protobuf;/opt/websockets" -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX="/opt/aditof" ..
For that, as I understand, I need to copy glog, protobuf and libwebsockets folders from \aditof_sdk\scripts\windows\deps to \aditof_sdk-master\opt. Is this correct? The command above gave me the error: protobuf was not found.
Sorry for the dumb questions, I haven't any experience interfacing C++ and Python before.