Please add HARPIA to the factory repos.

HARPIA

Its main objective is to develop a graphic environment, following the Open Source policy, to help the education, training, implementation and management os vision system.

The system is composed by several modules that allow the communication with hardware devices for signal processing (mainly images) and for management of remote vision systems.

The system is available for industrial and academic applications, facilitating and helping the development of control systems for quality assurance and process based on vision systems; improving the quality and reducing fabrication costs beyond the fact that it also spreads the use of this kind of technology.

HARPIA is now on 1.0 version with binaries only for ubuntu.
It has a big potential for helping students to learn image or signal processing in a graphical way.
Please, i request someone to add it to the repos.

.: Projeto HARPIA :.](http://s2i.das.ufsc.br/harpia/en/download.html)

Thanks.
Diego

Hi
I’ve built it in my home repository, can you test and verify, then will
look at pushing through to the Education repository;
http://software.opensuse.org/search?q=harpia&baseproject=ALL&lang=en&exclude_debug=true

You will also need python-4Suite;
http://software.opensuse.org/search?q=python-4Suite&baseproject=ALL&lang=en&exclude_debug=true


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Thanks.
The first link worked for me.

After installed and to make the examples to work, one requires opencv, opencv-dev, and the respective development tools, because it generates code in C which is then compiled.

Cheers.

Hi
So, opencv and opencv-devel should be added to the Requires?

Aside from the above, it should have pulled in python-4Suite if you
used the 1-click.

Also, what release of openSUSE are you running.


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I wouldnt be sure about that, the right way would be if Harpia it self, checks for it, and enables or disables the “run” feature.

Harpia works by generating code, this functionality works without thoose libs, but to test it, one needs the whole development suite, i mean, make, gcc, pkg-config, opencv and opencv-devel

But for instance, i think that both (opencv and opencv-devel) should be added as requires.

Hi
I would assume the basic devel (gcc, make etc) are a given, but since
it uses opencv I will add as a requires.


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