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Some steps in the OpenCV installation might have failed or been missed. Installation on Ubuntu and its derivatives First and foremost, here is a quick note on Ubuntu's versions of an operating system: All additional information about OpenCV is available at http: Internet of Things with Intel Galileo. Computer vision is a rapidly evolving science whose applications in the real world are exploding, so this book will appeal to computer vision novices as well as experts of the subject wanting to learn the brand new OpenCV 3. Just above the line, rsync:
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Select the project to be generated. In this case, select Visual Studio 12 which corresponds to Visual Studio After CMake has finished configuring the project, it will output a list of build options. If you see a red background, it means that your project may need to be reconfigured: CMake might report that it has failed to find some dependencies.
Many of OpenCV's dependencies are optional, so do not be too concerned yet. If the build fails to complete or you run into problems later, try installing missing dependencies often available as prebuilt binaries , and then rebuild OpenCV from this step.
At the end of this process, you can click on Generate, which will create an OpenCV. You will need to build both the Debug and Release versions of OpenCV, so go ahead and build the library in the Debug mode, then select Release and rebuild it F7 is the key to launch the build.
At this stage, you will have a bin folder in the OpenCV build directory, which will contain all the generated. Alternatively, for MinGW, run the following command: If OpenNI is not installed, omit -D: In this case, depth cameras will not be supported.
Reboot your system. However, this has changed and the standard version of OS X ships with a standard installation of Python.
On python. You can obtain this installer at https: Installing Python from the downloaded. For Mac, there are several possible approaches for obtaining standard Python 2. However, depending on the approach, this task is automated for us in various ways by third-party tools.
We will look at these kinds of approaches using MacPorts or Homebrew. These tools can potentially do everything that CMake can, plus they help us resolve dependencies and separate our development libraries from system libraries.
Relevant patches and build scripts, including some that I maintain, are ready-made for MacPorts. By contrast, Homebrew does not currently provide a ready-made solution to compile OpenCV with depth camera support.
Before proceeding, let's make sure that the Xcode Developer Tools are properly set up: Download and install Xcode from the Mac App Store or https: During installation, if there is an option to install Command Line Tools, select it.
Open Xcode and accept the license agreement. A final step is necessary if the installer does not give us the option to install Command Line Tools. Wait for the installation to finish and quit Xcode. Alternatively, you can install Xcode command-line tools by running the following command in the terminal: MacPorts provides terminal commands that automate the process of downloading, compiling, and installing various pieces of open source software OSS.
MacPorts also installs dependencies as needed. For each piece of software, the dependencies and build recipes are defined in a configuration file called a Portfile. A MacPorts repository is a collection of Portfiles. Starting from a system where Xcode and its command-line tools are already set up, the following steps will give us an OpenCV installation via MacPorts: Download and install MacPorts from.
If you want support for the Kinect depth camera, you need to tell MacPorts where to download the custom Portfiles that I have written. Just above the line, rsync: Save the file. Now, MacPorts knows that it has to search for Portfiles in my online repository first, and then the default online repository.
Open the terminal and run the following command to update MacPorts: When prompted, enter your password.
Now if we are using my repository , run the following command to install OpenCV with Python 2. Alternatively with or without my repository , run the following command to install OpenCV with Python 2. Dependencies, including Python 2. To see the full list of the available variants before installing, we can enter the following command: Depending on our customization needs, we can add other variants to the install command. For even more flexibility, we can write our own variants as described in the next section.
Also, run the following command to install SciPy: The Python installation's executable is named python2. If we want to link the default python executable to python2.
Using MacPorts with your own custom packages With a few extra steps, we can change the way that MacPorts compiles OpenCV or any other piece of software.
As previously mentioned, MacPorts' build recipes are defined in configuration files called Portfiles.
By creating or editing Portfiles, we can access highly configurable build tools, such as CMake, while also benefitting from MacPorts' features, such as dependency resolution. Let's assume that we already have MacPorts installed. Now, we can configure MacPorts to use the custom Portfiles that we write: Create a folder somewhere to hold our custom Portfiles. Just above the rsync: Note the triple slashes and save the file.
Open the terminal and update MacPorts to ensure that we have the latest Portfiles from the default repository: Let's copy the default repository's opencv Portfile as an example.
We should also copy the directory structure, which determines how the package is categorized by MacPorts: Alternatively, for an example that includes Kinect support, we could download my online repository from http: Note that this file specifies the CMake configuration flags, dependencies, and variants. For details on the Portfile editing, go to http: Download the source code archive from https: After making any edits to the Portfile, save it. Now, we need to generate an index file in our local repository so that MacPorts can find the new Portfile: From now on, we can treat our custom opencv file just like any other MacPorts package.
For example, we can install it as follows: Using Homebrew with ready-made packages no support for depth cameras Homebrew is another package manager that can help us. Normally, MacPorts and Homebrew should not be installed on the same machine. Starting from a system where Xcode and its command-line tools are already set up, the following steps will give us an OpenCV installation via Homebrew: Open the terminal and run the following command to install Homebrew: Note that executables installed by Homebrew now take precedence over executables installed by the system.
For Homebrew's self-diagnostic report, run the following command: Follow any troubleshooting advice it gives. Now, update Homebrew: Now, we can install NumPy.
Homebrew's selection of the Python library packages is limited, so we use a separate package management tool called pip, which comes with Homebrew's Python: SciPy contains some Fortran code, so we need an appropriate compiler. We can use Homebrew to install the gfortran compiler: To install OpenCV on a bit system all new Mac hardware since late , run the following command: Downloading the example code You can download the example code files for all Packt Publishing books that you have purchased from your account at http: If you purchased this book elsewhere, you can visit http: Using Homebrew with your own custom packages Homebrew makes it easy to edit existing package definitions: The package definitions are actually scripts in the Ruby programming language.
Tips on editing them can be found on the Homebrew Wiki page at https: A script may specify Make or CMake configuration flags, among other things. After making edits to the Ruby script, save it.
The customized package can be treated as normal. For example, it can be installed as follows: Installation on Ubuntu and its derivatives First and foremost, here is a quick note on Ubuntu's versions of an operating system: Ubuntu has a 6-month release cycle in which each release is either a.
Every two years, however, Ubuntu releases a version classified as long-term support LTS which will grant you a five year support by Canonical the company behind Ubuntu. If you work in an enterprise environment, it is certainly advisable to install one of the LTS versions.
The latest one available is Ubuntu comes with Python 2. The standard Ubuntu repository contains OpenCV 2. Recent Books. IT Research Library. Miscellaneous Books. Computer Languages. Computer Science. Electronic Engineering. Linux and Unix.
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