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This article is a tutorial for setting up OpenCV 3.0.0-beta on Yocto with Intel® Edison. We will build OpenCV 3.0.0-beta on Edison Breakout/Expansion Board using a Linux host machine and it takes up a lot of space on Edison, therefore, it is required to have at least 2GB micro SD Card as an extended storage for your Edison Breakout/Expansion Board.
Intel® System Studio and many of its components can be used for software development, analysis and debug targeting workloads running inside virtualized guest OSs. In many ways developing for a virtualized environment is only an extension of the concept of cross-development.
For compilers and libraries this implies that they can be used either in cross-build fashion or as a native compiler installed as part of your guest OS. Here as usual the expectation is that a GNU toolchain is present that the Intel® C++ Compiler can integrate with.
Overview: Intel® System Studio 2015 provides the windows host support for embedded development, you can use Intel® C/C++ Compiler inside Eclipse* on windows* host, for WindRiver™ Linux* development. This article will introduce the Eclipse* Integration features in Intel® System Studio.
1. How to Integrate Intel System Studio into Eclipse
You should have an existing working Eclipse (with JRE) to integrate Intel System Studio, the suggested Eclipse is the CDT Eclipse. You have 3 options to do the integration according to your requirements:
The Yocto* Project is an open source collaboration project that provides templates, tools, and methods to help you create custom Linux-based systems for embedded products. The Yocto* Project uses a build system based on the Poky project to construct complete Linux images. Intel® System Studio 2015 provides the integration layer support for the Yocto* Project Build system. With the integration layer support, you can use Intel® C++ compiler as a secondary tool chain for your project and application build.
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