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iOS Application Development with OpenCV 3 by Joseph Howse

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Setting up the OpenCV framework

OpenCV for iOS is distributed as a framework file, which is a bundle containing the library's header files as well as binary files for static linkage. The binaries support all iOS device architectures (ARMv7, ARMv7s, and ARM64) and all iOS simulator architectures (x86 and x64). Thus, we can use the same framework file for all configurations of an iOS application project.

OpenCV 3 is designed to be modular. Its build process is highly configurable to allow modules to be added, reimplemented, or removed without breaking other modules. Each module consists of one public header file along with various private header files and implementation files. Some modules are considered standard components of an OpenCV build, and ...

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