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### Location of the headers moved?

Hiho,

a few weeks ago, pulled opencv from git and compiled using cmake & vs2012. On my laptop, after compiling and running the INSTALL target, I get a structure like C:\opencv\install\include\opencv2\<modulename>\someHeader.hpp, e.g. C:\opencv\install\include\opencv2\core\core.hpp.

In my code, I could then just #include "opencv2/core/core.hpp" and it was working perfectly in windows, linux, with people who used the downloadable-precompiled opencv - so all the paths seem to be right.enter code here

When pulling opencv from git today on another computer, also with cmake and vs2012, after compiling and INSTALL'ing, I get one folder C:\opencv\install\include and all the headers are just in there. There is still a opencv2 subfolder there but it contains only 2 files. Of course, now my project fails compiling, as it can't find the includes under

What could possible be gone wrong on this computer?

Thanks!

### Location of the headers moved?

Hiho,

a few weeks ago, pulled opencv from git and compiled using cmake & vs2012. On my laptop, after compiling and running the INSTALL target, I get a structure like C:\opencv\install\include\opencv2\<modulename>\someHeader.hpp, C:\opencv\install\include\opencv2\<moduleName>\someHeader.hpp, e.g. C:\opencv\install\include\opencv2\core\core.hpp.C:\opencv\install\include\opencv2\core\core.hpp.

In my code, I could then just #include "opencv2/core/core.hpp" "opencv2/core/core.hpp" and it was working perfectly in windows, linux, with people who used the downloadable-precompiled opencv - so all the paths seem to be right.enter code here

When pulling opencv from git today on another computer, also with cmake and vs2012, after compiling and INSTALL'ing, I get one folder C:\opencv\install\include C:\opencv\install\include and all the headers are just in there. There is still a opencv2 subfolder there but it contains only 2 files. Of course, now my project fails compiling, as it can't find the includes under

#include "opencv2/core/core.hpp".

I compiled opencv so many times, always used the same steps and never had this problem. What could possible be gone wrong on this computer?

Thanks!

### Location of the headers moved?

Hiho,

a few weeks ago, I pulled opencv from git and compiled using cmake & vs2012. On my laptop, after compiling and running the INSTALL target, I get a structure like C:\opencv\install\include\opencv2\<moduleName>\someHeader.hpp, e.g. C:\opencv\install\include\opencv2\core\core.hpp.

In my code, I could then just #include "opencv2/core/core.hpp" and it was working perfectly in windows, linux, with people who used the downloadable-precompiled opencv - so all the paths seem to be right.

When pulling opencv from git today on another computer, also with cmake and vs2012, after compiling and INSTALL'ing, I get one folder C:\opencv\install\include and all the headers are just in there. There is still a opencv2 subfolder there but it contains only 2 files. Of course, now my project fails compiling, as it can't find the includes under #include "opencv2/core/core.hpp".

I compiled opencv so many times, always used the same steps and never had this problem. What could possible be gone wrong on this computer?

Thanks!

### Location of the headers moved?

Hiho,

a few weeks ago, I pulled opencv from git and compiled using cmake & vs2012. On my laptop, after compiling and running the INSTALL target, I get a structure like C:\opencv\install\include\opencv2\<moduleName>\someHeader.hpp, e.g. C:\opencv\install\include\opencv2\core\core.hpp.

In my code, I could then just #include "opencv2/core/core.hpp" and it was working perfectly in windows, linux, with people who used the downloadable-precompiled opencv - so all the paths seem to be right.

When pulling opencv from git today on another computer, also with cmake and vs2012, after compiling and INSTALL'ing, I get one folder C:\opencv\install\include and all the headers are just in there. There are no module subfolders. All headers are just in the "root". There is still a opencv2 subfolder there but it contains only 2 files. Of course, now my project fails compiling, as it can't find the includes under #include "opencv2/core/core.hpp".

I compiled opencv so many times, always used the same steps and never had this problem. What could possible be gone wrong on this computer?

Thanks!

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### Location of the headers moved?

Hiho,

a few weeks ago, I pulled opencv from git and compiled using cmake & vs2012. On my laptop, after compiling and running the INSTALL target, I get a structure like C:\opencv\install\include\opencv2\<moduleName>\someHeader.hpp, like

C:\opencv\install\include\opencv2\<moduleName>\someHeader.hpp, e.g.
C:\opencv\install\include\opencv2\core\core.hpp.C:\opencv\install\include\opencv2\core\core.hpp.


In my code, I could then just #include "opencv2/core/core.hpp" and it was working perfectly in windows, linux, with people who used the downloadable-precompiled opencv - so all the paths seem to be right.

When pulling opencv from git today on another computer, also with cmake and vs2012, after compiling and INSTALL'ing, I get one folder C:\opencv\install\include folder

C:\opencv\install\include


and all the headers are just in there. There are no module subfolders. All headers are just in the "root". There is still a opencv2 subfolder there but it contains only 2 files. Of course, now my project fails compiling, as it can't find the includes under #include "opencv2/core/core.hpp".

I compiled opencv so many times, always used the same steps and never had this problem. What could possible be gone wrong on this computer?

Thanks!