I will try to get you set up with OpenVX sample implementation in your system. The following goes on for Ubuntu(14.04). (Though it should work for any unix based system.)
Go to official Khronos OpenVX page and download the latest Sample Implementation source code. As of now, it is of the name OpenVX 1.0.1 Sample Implementation.
Untar it. Go to the project’s root directory. Run
$ python Build.py --os=Linux
For this step to be successful, your system must have the build essentials installed (things like make, g++, gcc etc) along with cmake. You can get them using
$ sudo apt-get install build-essential cmake
- Now you must be having a
install/folder in which the generated shared libraries gets stored. Exact path for the OpenVX headers path and the shared libraries for my system are shown below:
$ /home/.../openvx_sample/install/Linux/x64/Release/include $ /home/.../openvx_sample/install/Linux/x64/Release/bin
This whole address will be different for your system but still, it should be located in the install folder.
Running built in Tests
To see that this sample implementation has been configured properly, go to project_directory/raw folder. In there run in terminal
$ cd raw/ $ ./../install/Linux/x64/Release/bin/vx_test
Most of the tests should pass without any problems! Yayy, you are now ready to develop code using the OpenVX API. In my next posts, I will show you how to write a sample code there.