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Ayaan_T
Beginner
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Use of OPENVINO's DLL in a project compiling with MinGW

Hi folks,

 

I post this subject even if I found another one that submitted a problem that looked like mine, but I think that I need more explanations.

 

I am currently developping an application which uses the Openvino's DLL (such as InferenceEngine, Opencv) but I understood that mangles aren't the same when you compile with MSVC and MinGW, so right now if I try to use the libraries from OPENVINO in my CMAKE project, I just have "undefined reference" errors each time I use elements from Openvino.

 

So my question is the following : Is there a valid and supported way to install OPENVINO with another compiler than the MSVC one, or just without Visual Studio 2019, or is there a way to use the library in a project compiled with MinGW that I don't know ?

 

Regards,

Ayaan

 

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Zulkifli_Intel
Moderator
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Hello Ayaan,


Thank you for reaching out to us.

Microsoft Visual Studio is required when to use the OpenVINO Toolkit as stated in the OpenVINO installation guide. We advise you to try the OpenVINO™ Deployment Manager as it goes through without Microsoft Visual Studio.


There is a discussion regarding the use of OpenVINOs DLLS with MinGW on this thread for your reference.

 

Regards,

Zulkifli


Ayaan_T
Beginner
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Hello Zulkifli,

 

Thank you for your answer, but even if I use OpenVINO Deployment Manager, the DLLs built with this tool will still be compiled with MSVC so it doesn't solve my mangle problem between MingW and MSVC or am I in the wrong ?

 

Furthermore, the thread you provided me seems to be my own question..

 

Regards,

Ayaan

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