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I want to use this plug-in for Visual Studio Visual C++ for Linux Development to develop applications for the Raspberry Pi with code generated from another computer using Visual Studio.

In my laptop (Win 8.1, VS2015) I have OpenCV 3.4.2 installed and working using Visual C++.

In the Raspberry (Raspbian Jessie, CLI) I have OpenCV 3.4.2 installed and working using Python 3.4

Which libraries I have to put in linker and aditional libraries to setup the project in Visual Studio?

  • Are you developing on PC ? If so take a look at TCF ( Target Communication Framework)I am running it on Ubuntu using Eclipse (C++) and cross-compiling it to RPi.Little convoluted but working OK. I'll be adding OpenCV soon. – Jan Hus Aug 25 '18 at 1:20
  • Yes, I'm developing on PC. I would rather stay working with Visual Studio – Mr. C Aug 27 '18 at 15:23
  • I may get a ding for saying this - so what is the real term for developing / compiling on Windows OS and then moving the Windows .exe to Linux?Sorry for not addressing the original question. – Jan Hus Aug 27 '18 at 18:27
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I don't know if this is still helpful, but I encountered this problem too so it might be helpful to others new to the IDE and computing in general.

I first downloaded the OpenCV libraries onto raspberry pi via SSH following this tutorial - https://docs.opencv.org/3.4/d7/d9f/tutorial_linux_install.html

Then on the right hand side of the visual studio interface, I right click on the solution explorer and clicked properties at the very bottom.

from there, go Linker->Input->Library Dependencies.

In the box, paste:

opencv_calib3d;opencv_core;opencv_dnn;opencv_features2d;opencv_flann;opencv_gapi;opencv_highgui;opencv_imgcodecs;opencv_imgproc;opencv_ml;opencv_objdetect;opencv_photo;opencv_stitching;opencv_videoio;opencv_video

eg. if you want to use the wiring pi library (After installing on the raspberry pi FIRST), you add 'wiringPi;' to the end of that string above.

click ok, then you're done.

The libraries can be 'accessed' with:

#include <opencv2/core(or whatever other name).hpp>

I encountered a problem where the opencv2 folder was nested in opencv4, the directory therefore was on my pi - usr/local/include/opencv4/opencv2/…

however, because in the 'sub' libraries of OpenCV, they include other libraries with the directory of opencv2/… , and not opencv4/opencv2/… so there were errors. So I moved the folder opencv2 to the usr/local/include directory and deleted opencv4 directory. And now it works.

I don't know if the problem is isolated to me (I made mistake while installing) or it may occur to you.

Hope this helps!

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