- Check what Visual studio Matlab was compiled with. Browsed to C:Program FilesMATLABR2011abinwin64, I see boost dlls with vc90 in their names, so I am guessing Visual studio 2008 AKA VC9 was used. Just to be absolutely sure, I used Dependency Walker and opened libmex.dll in it. It shows VC9 runtimes (msvc*90.dll) in dependency as well.
- Get OpenCV compiled with same Visual Studio Version. I already have this located at C:OpenCV2.3buildx64vc9.
- Configured Matlab mex compiler to use VC9. Done.
- Compile test.cpp with mex and run it.
- Debug mode first: mex -g test.cpp -IC:OpenCV2.3buildinclude -lopencv_core230d -LC:OpenCV2.3buildx64vc9lib
- The compiling/linking is is ok.
- Tried running the “test”.
??? Unexpected Standard exception from MEX file. What() is:c:Usersvpworkocvopencvmodulescoresrcconvert.cpp:265: error: (-215) mv && n > 0
- Debug mode with SECURE_SCL=1: Leads to crash of Matlab!
- Release mode: mex test.cpp -IC:OpenCV2.3buildinclude -lopencv_core230 -LC:OpenCV2.3buildx64vc9lib
- Leads to crash of Matlab!
- Release mode with SECURE_SCL=1: mex test.cpp -IC:OpenCV2.3buildinclude -lopencv_core230 -LC:OpenCV2.3buildx64vc9lib -v COMPFLAGS=”/c /Zp8 /GR /W3 /EHs /D_CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE /D_SCL_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE /DMATLAB_MEX_FILE /nologo /MD”
- No crash. Now to more thorough testing!
Do you think it is possible to process images in matlab using opencv libraries and RTWT?