I need to incorporate qt and opencv into my project. I am using Beagleboard Xm running angstron linux. I am currently using a cross compiler for arm in my PC (ubuntu) to compile the C programs for the board since i encountered some dependency problems on the board…any way…i was wondering if there is any way i could also include qt and open cv into the toolchain so that i can cross compile for beagleboard. I want my final program to include opencv, qt and c programming all in the same program. Is this possible…?? if so could anyone point me on how to go ahead…any help will be awesome…
It should be possible. I have a BeagleBone and to tell the truth never really had to consider speed that much so I’m compiling my projects on the device itself. Of course first I tried to set up the cross compiling environment but got stuck somewhere and moved on to direct compilation. To let you get closer to your solution I can tell you that it’s sure possible but there are a few things to do. First you have to install the libraries you need onto your Beagleboard then I suppose you also have to have these guys on your pc to have proper linking.
Hope this brings you closer to the solution.
2013/3/12 Kiran Thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Bence…thanks for the reply. Yup I’m going about that right now.
I have installed and run a sample program on my host pc for opencv. How do I include opencv into the arm toolchain for beagleboard ( angstrom-2011.03-i686-linux-armv7a-linux-gnueabi-toolchain-qte-4.6.3.tar.bz2) so that I can cross compile a program which includes headers from qt and opencv for my beagleboard xm running angstrom? Anyone know a detailed step by step procedure to do so…??