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Android Application Programming with OpenCV by Joseph Howse

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Building the OpenCV samples with Eclipse

Building and running a few sample applications is a good way to test that OpenCV is correctly set up. At the same time, we can practice using Eclipse.

Let's start by launching Eclipse. The Eclipse launcher should be located at <eclipse>/eclipse.exe (Windows), <eclipse>/Eclipse.app (Mac), or <eclipse>/eclipse (Linux). Run it.

Building the OpenCV samples with Eclipse

We should see a window called Workspace Launcher, which asks us to select a workspace. A workspac e is the root directory for a set of related Eclipse projects. If we are using TADP, enter <tadp>/nvsample_workspace, which is a workspace where the OpenCV4Android library, samples, and tutorials ...

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