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Cmake 2.4.4 with vc11 x86 on Win7 64bits

asked 2013-04-10 04:53:17 -0500

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updated 2013-04-10 05:06:23 -0500

Hi everyone,

I'm trying to build OpenCV 2.4.4 with VC11 x86 (VS2012) on Win7 64bits, in order to get the .pdb files that i need for my project to work.

However, Cmake gives me the following error :

"CMake fails to deterimine the bitness of target platform."

Do you have any idea ?

I've been struggling with this for days. I'm a total newbie (it's for a school project) with CMake and all that stuff. I understand there's something to do with a toolchain file, is that right ?

Note : If anyone just had the .pdb files to provide, i would greatly appreciate :)

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answered 2015-01-26 14:17:12 -0500

I got the above error when tried to configure the opencv with CMake under Windows7. Turned out that my AVAST anti-virus was blocking the generation and deleted the temporarly created binaries immediately.. just add the opencv folder (build, sources, etc - recursively) to exclusion list in settings.

Same applies to eclipse projects when you create a C or C++ project make sure that the folder is added to the exlcusion list otherwise you will get execution error (when running the binary from eclipse menu).

Hope it helps.

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answered 2013-04-10 06:10:35 -0500

Same answer as the topic beneath you, it seems that OpenCV and VS2012 have problems in getting to compile correctly, so VS2010 is suggested. However, some nice guy wrote a guide on how to get everything compiled with VS2012:

http://answers.opencv.org/question/6495/visual-studio-2012-and-rtlfreeheap-error/

Please see that topic for more guidance :)

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