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core.hpp: no such file or directory on Raspberry PI

asked 2015-08-25 11:30:39 -0500

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updated 2015-08-25 21:31:40 -0500

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I am trying to run the following program on a Raspberry Pi using OpenCV but getting a

opencv2/core.hpp: No such file or directory

I am compiling using the following command:

g++ -o draw draw.cpp `pkg-config opencv --cflags --libs`

The source code is this

/**
 * @file Drawing_1.cpp
 * @brief Simple sample code
 */

#include <opencv2/core.hpp>
#include <opencv2/imgproc.hpp>
#include <opencv2/highgui.hpp>

#define w 400

using namespace cv;

/// Function headers
void MyEllipse( Mat img, double angle );
void MyFilledCircle( Mat img, Point center );
void MyPolygon( Mat img );
void MyLine( Mat img, Point start, Point end );

/**
 * @function main
 * @brief Main function
 */
int main( void ){

  /// Windows names
  char atom_window[] = "Drawing 1: Atom";
  char rook_window[] = "Drawing 2: Rook";

  /// Create black empty images
  Mat atom_image = Mat::zeros( w, w, CV_8UC3 );
  Mat rook_image = Mat::zeros( w, w, CV_8UC3 );

  /// 1. Draw a simple atom:
  /// -----------------------

  /// 1.a. Creating ellipses
  MyEllipse( atom_image, 90 );
  MyEllipse( atom_image, 0 );
  MyEllipse( atom_image, 45 );
  MyEllipse( atom_image, -45 );

  /// 1.b. Creating circles
  MyFilledCircle( atom_image, Point( w/2, w/2) );

  /// 2. Draw a rook
  /// ------------------

  /// 2.a. Create a convex polygon
  MyPolygon( rook_image );

  /// 2.b. Creating rectangles
  rectangle( rook_image,
         Point( 0, 7*w/8 ),
         Point( w, w),
         Scalar( 0, 255, 255 ),
         -1,
         8 );

  /// 2.c. Create a few lines
  MyLine( rook_image, Point( 0, 15*w/16 ), Point( w, 15*w/16 ) );
  MyLine( rook_image, Point( w/4, 7*w/8 ), Point( w/4, w ) );
  MyLine( rook_image, Point( w/2, 7*w/8 ), Point( w/2, w ) );
  MyLine( rook_image, Point( 3*w/4, 7*w/8 ), Point( 3*w/4, w ) );

  /// 3. Display your stuff!
  imshow( atom_window, atom_image );
  moveWindow( atom_window, 0, 200 );
  imshow( rook_window, rook_image );
  moveWindow( rook_window, w, 200 );

  waitKey( 0 );
  return(0);
}

/// Function Declaration

/**
 * @function MyEllipse
 * @brief Draw a fixed-size ellipse with different angles
 */
void MyEllipse( Mat img, double angle )
{
  int thickness = 2;
  int lineType = 8;

  ellipse( img,
       Point( w/2, w/2 ),
       Size( w/4, w/16 ),
       angle,
       0,
       360,
       Scalar( 255, 0, 0 ),
       thickness,
       lineType );
}

/**
 * @function MyFilledCircle
 * @brief Draw a fixed-size filled circle
 */
void MyFilledCircle( Mat img, Point center )
{
  int thickness = -1;
  int lineType = 8;

  circle( img,
      center,
      w/32,
      Scalar( 0, 0, 255 ),
      thickness,
      lineType );
}

/**
 * @function MyPolygon
 * @function Draw a simple concave polygon (rook)
 */
void MyPolygon( Mat img )
{
  int lineType = 8;

  /** Create some points */
  Point rook_points[1][20];
  rook_points[0][0]  = Point(    w/4,   7*w/8 );
  rook_points[0][1]  = Point(  3*w/4,   7*w/8 );
  rook_points[0][2]  = Point(  3*w/4,  13*w/16 );
  rook_points[0][3]  = Point( 11*w/16, 13*w/16 );
  rook_points[0][4]  = Point( 19*w/32,  3*w/8 );
  rook_points[0][5]  = Point(  3*w/4,   3*w/8 );
  rook_points[0][6]  = Point(  3*w/4,     w/8 );
  rook_points[0][7]  = Point( 26*w/40,    w/8 );
  rook_points[0][8]  = Point( 26*w/40,    w/4 );
  rook_points[0][9]  = Point( 22*w/40,    w/4 );
  rook_points[0][10] = Point( 22*w/40,    w/8 );
  rook_points[0][11] = Point( 18*w/40,    w/8 );
  rook_points[0][12] = Point( 18*w/40,    w/4 );
  rook_points[0 ...
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please make a check, if you're using opencv3(#include "opencv2/core.hpp") or opencv2.4(#include "opencv2/core/core.hpp")

berak gravatar imageberak ( 2015-08-25 12:44:59 -0500 )edit

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answered 2015-08-25 21:54:04 -0500

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updated 2015-08-25 21:54:16 -0500

I have opencv2.4 on the PI. I did #include "opencv2/core/core.hpp" and it worked. The angle brackets were part of the problem as well. Using quotation solved the problem as I compared to an early code. berak

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