Any one knows how to compile codes that are made based on OpenCv libraries?
I saw in the older forum that someone tried doing it back in 2006 but im not sure if they were successful.
Add library following http://docs.blackfin.uclinux.org/doku.php?id=uclinux-dist:libs:adding_libraries&s=library
and add application following http://docs.blackfin.uclinux.org/doku.php?id=adding_user_applications
thnx i think this would be a big help. however, can i simply copy the libraries of opencv to another directory? or are there any download sites where opencv libraries are available?
Sure you can if you want, see examples of creating library and application linked against it http://docs.blackfin.uclinux.org/doku.php?id=toolchain:creating_libraries. you have to build openCV lib on blackfin on yourself.
I wonder what should i do with the include files of opencv?
include them into your app code, you may take user/jpegview/ and lib/libjpeg/jpeg-7 as reference.
im trying to work on some threads that i saw in the old forum like cross compiling before completely installing opencv.
they used this ./configure --host=bfin-uclinux ..... and then after running it you have to copy the bin file in /romfs of blackfin distribution and make image...... However, as I run it, it says ./configure: No such file /directory? how can i use ./configure?
May I also ask what does this do? Sorry If I have completely no idea of these stuffs.
the ./configure with kinds of options you see is a traditional way open source world manage and use the app source code. and how to config/use a released package is often elaborated with the document of a certain package, including you openCV, read it to get idea what options to configure.
Read the documents for adding lib and adding application I posted earlier to see how these packages merged into blackfin Linux distribution.
The error you get means what the error message says: there is no that file. often because you are not in the correct path.
so, if i want my program that uses opencv to run in blackfin, i have to do both of these?
Also, in add application? what exactly do i add? is it my compiled codes? or is it the opencv?
Yes we suggest you to to both of that, application is your application related function program based on the standard opencv lib.
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