Installation

Building

The building process requires CMake and that all the required dependencies are provided. CMake allows for out-of-source and in-source building. In this document we will adopt the former approach, using the build folder. Of course, do as you prefer.

Linux

Compilation

Open a new shell and type:

   cd <WIIC_HOME>
   mkdir build
   cd build
   cmake ../src
   make

Installation

The building process creates two libraries: libwiic.so and libwiicpp.so, as well as two applications: wiic-example (in C), and wiicpp-example (in C++). If you installed OpenCV in your system, then libwiicml.so will be created as well. To install eveything in a global direcotry (/usr/local), type:

   sudo make install
   sudo ldconfig

Documentation

To generate the documentation, type:

   make doc


MacOS

Compilation

Open a new shell and type:

   cd <WIIC_HOME>
   mkdir build
   cd build
   cmake ../src
   make

Otherwise, you can use the graphical front-end of CMake (available in "/Applications/"):

Installation

The building process creates two libraries: libwiic.dylib and libwiicpp.dylib, as well as two applications: wiic-example (in C), and wiicpp-example (in C++). If you installed OpenCV in your system, then libwiicml.dylib will be created as well. To install eveything in a global direcotry (/usr/local), type:

   sudo make install

Documentation

To generate the documentation, type:

   make doc

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