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2014-05-21 19:19:58 -0500 answered a question Failed to compile cv2.pyd with VS 2012

I had this problem when I was trying to build 64-bit cv2.pyd with VS2010 and Python 2.7. Turned out I was linking against 32-bit python27.lib instead of the 64-bit. I changed the cmake settings and specified the path to the 64-bit python library in cmake GUI. Then the errors were resolved.

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2013-11-26 13:59:47 -0500 commented answer Using OpenCV in GNU Octave

Thanks for the tip! I managed to find the module in the opencv master that contains code generators to produce matlab mex wrappers. However, it only works if there is a Matlab installation on the host system. In my case, I only have an isntallation of Octave not Matlab. Can you help me figure out what I need to change to get Octave bindings?

2013-11-25 19:26:58 -0500 asked a question Using OpenCV in GNU Octave

Hello there,

Can anyone please provide some insight into finding/generating OpenCV wrappers to be used in Octave?

I have found some older webpages that talk about this, but haven't been able to figure it out!

In this page: http://octave-swig.sourceforge.net/octave-opencv.html It says for the latest release that : "3/27/08: These bindings have been integrated into OpenCV. Latest sources are now available only from OpenCV CVS."

But OpenCV 2.4.6 doesn't have support for Octave. It appears that at some point (OpenCV 2.1) there was a "build with octave support" option in the cmake file of OpenCV. But that option doesn't exist in cmakelists.txt that comes with OpenCV anymore!