I have a legacy application written in Borland Builder C++ V. 5.5 that uses the intel IPL library functions (about 35 of them). I want to port the app to VS2005 C# (.NET) and I'm wondering if it is possible using IPP and how difficult it would be.
Here is the list of IPL functions I need:
I've downloaded sample file w_ipp-samples_p_5.3.083.zip and looked at the C# .net documentation and the ippi.cs file. However it isn't clear to me how many of the functions on my list are available. I searched the ippi.cs file for fragments oftheir names. Some are there but I can't find anything searching for some, for examplethe following:
SetBorder (or BorderMode)
Does IPP have functions that map closely to all the ones listed above? Would I have to add them to my own version of the ippi.cs file?
you probably noticed that old Intel Image Processing Library (IPL) and new Intel Integrated Performance Primitives are different products. The development of IPL was stooped several years ago, it is not available through Intel anymore. Instead, we developed new product, IPP, which provides flexible, low level API (like building blocks), based on that it is possible to build IPL inteface on top.
You can find in sample package implementation of IPL over IPP, please see image-processingipl-ipp sample, available in source code.
We do not provide C# interface to that, so you need to write C# wrappers by yourself. The IPP C# sample you already find in package may help you to find a way how to write those wrappers.
We are facing similar issue. But I couldn't find the image-processingipl-ipp sample. Can you please kindly let me know the exact path where I can find this package. It would be of great help.
You can get the IPP manual example through the link below:
After install IPP, Intel IPP package also includes code examples, located in the components_and_examples_<os>_<target>.zip archive at the <ipp directory>/components/ subdirectory. You can also access the archive using the symbolic link located at <ipp directory>/examples/.
For more information, please check our IPP developer guide and developer reference.