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2014-07-22 03:34:50 -0500 answered a question General steps of linking openCV

Hi, you can also try "Ceemple", it's a C++ based technical computing environment, and it already includes OpenCV so it's pretty straight forward to start working with the library. The bonuses are that you also get a JIT compiler and other open source C++ scientific computing libraries, that are already integrated in the IDE. It's free for download through: www.ceemple.com

2014-07-22 03:34:00 -0500 answered a question Help! Installation of OpenCV

Hi, you can also try "Ceemple", it's a C++ based technical computing environment, and it already includes OpenCV so it's pretty straight forward to start working with the library. The bonuses are that you also get a JIT compiler and other open source C++ scientific computing libraries, that are already integrated in the IDE. It's free for download through: www.ceemple.com

2014-07-22 03:32:46 -0500 answered a question OpenCV on Windows without IDE

Hi, you can also try "Ceemple", it's a C++ based technical computing environment, and it already includes OpenCV so it's pretty straight forward to start working with the library. The bonuses are that you also get a JIT compiler and other open source C++ scientific computing libraries, that are already integrated in the IDE. It's free for download through: www.ceemple.com

2014-07-22 03:31:19 -0500 answered a question Help to Install OpenCV 2.4.4 in Windows 7 x64 and VS2012+Intel TBB

Hi, you can also try "Ceemple", it's a C++ based technical computing environment, and it already includes OpenCV so it's pretty straight forward to start working with the library. The bonuses are that you also get a JIT compiler and other open source C++ scientific computing libraries, that are already integrated in the IDE. It's free for download through: www.ceemple.com