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Using ImageWatch with OpenCV in VS2013

asked 2014-03-05 16:41:39 -0500

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I just followed the directions on this OpenCV page to try and use Image Watch in VS2013. Everything seems to go according to plan, Image Watch identifies and lists the 2 locals (input and edges), but no matter what file I load (jpg, bmp, or png) I do not get an image in those locals, I get a grey box that says [invalid].

What could I be doing wrong?

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answered 2017-04-25 09:51:33 -0500

According to one comment in the reviews in the visual studio marketplace: " For Visual Studio 2017 "support": 1. Download the extension (ImageWatch.vsix) and open it using WinRAR 2. From inside the bundle, open "extension.vsixmanifest" (using Notepad/Visual Studio, or any XML editor) 3. Edit line number 11 to match: "<installationtarget id="Microsoft.VisualStudio.Community" version="[15.0]"/>" 4. Edit line number 15 to match: "<dependency id="Microsoft.VisualStudio.MPF.15.0" displayname="Visual Studio MPF 15.0" version="[15.0]"/>" 5. Save the file and update it in the archive (select Yes in WinRAR dialog) 6. Install the extension (it will complain that it might not be compatible, but it works)"

I seem to be able to install it, however, I'm getting this error: 'Initialization failed: debug interface not found'

Anyone else have any ideas?

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