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A simple script to auto build recent OpenCV + contrib version via npm. This script is used to auto build opencv4nodejs.

Main changes from the original project

  • OpenCV is explicitly build with opencv-build-npm and accepting parametes see opencv-build-npm --help
  • OpenCV build can now be configured with new OpenCVBuilder({autoBuildOpencvVersion: "3.4.16", autoBuildBuildCuda: true, autoBuildWithoutContrib: false }).install()
  • Each OPENCV_VERSION will be build in his own directory.
  • Each AUTOBUILD_FLAGS will be build in his own directory. (induce massive time gain during development)
  • All build can now be build outside node_modules using OPENCV_BUILD_ROOT environement variable.
  • New MSBuild.exe localisation, also works with VS 2019
  • Script output is now colorized.
  • Add some usefull log.
  • Big code refactor.
  • Enfoce typing.
  • Add comments and documentations.

Each OpenCV build will take around 2Gb on your drive, so I recommand you to define the OPENCV_BUILD_ROOT environement variable to avoid duplicate buildsand avoid node_modules auto flushs.

Install

npm install opencv-build

usage

npm-opencv-build usage:
   --version <value>    OpenCV version                           (OPENCV4NODEJS_AUTOBUILD_OPENCV_VERSION env variable)
   --flags <value>      OpenCV cMake Build flags                 (OPENCV4NODEJS_AUTOBUILD_FLAGS env variable)
   --root <value>       OpenCV-build root directory (deprecated) (INIT_CWD env variable)
   --buildRoot <value>  OpenCV build directory                   (OPENCV_BUILD_ROOT env variable)
   --cuda               Enable cuda in OpenCV build              (OPENCV4NODEJS_BUILD_CUDA env variable)
   --nocontrib          Do not compile Contrib modules           (OPENCV4NODEJS_AUTOBUILD_WITHOUT_CONTRIB env variable)
   --nobuild            Do build OpenCV                          (OPENCV4NODEJS_DISABLE_AUTOBUILD env variable)
   --incDir <value>     OpenCV include directory                 (OPENCV_INCLUDE_DIR env variable)
   --libDir <value>     OpenCV library directory                 (OPENCV_LIB_DIR env variable)
   --binDir <value>     OpenCV bin directory                     (OPENCV_BIN_DIR env variable)
   --keepsources        Keepsources OpenCV source after build
   --dry-run            Display command line use to build library
   --git-cache          Reduce Bandwide usage, by keeping a local git souce un the buildRoot (OPENCV_GIT_CACHE env variable)

Requirements

  • cmake

Windows

for nodejs <= 12

npm install --global windows-build-tools

OpenCVBuildEnv options

It's possible to specify build environment variables by passing argument to the builder script

node lib/main.js --version 4.5.5 --buildRoot ~/openCV

with flags, do not forget the quotes "

node lib/main.js --version 4.5.5 --buildRoot ~/openCV --flags "-DOPENCV_GENERATE_PKGCONFIG=ON -DOPENCV_PC_FILE_NAME=opencv.pc"

Using the bin alias

opencv-build-npm --version 4.5.5

Or by inserting them into the package.json where the dependency is declared an object like:

{
  "opencv4nodejs": {
    "autoBuildFlags": "-DOPENCV_GENERATE_PKGCONFIG=ON -DOPENCV_PC_FILE_NAME=opencv.pc",
    "autoBuildOpencvVersion": "4.5.5"
  }
}

By using environement varaibles.

export OPENCV4NODEJS_AUTOBUILD_FLAGS="-DOPENCV_GENERATE_PKGCONFIG=ON -DOPENCV_PC_FILE_NAME=opencv.pc"
export OPENCV4NODEJS_AUTOBUILD_OPENCV_VERSION="4.5.5"
export OPENCV_BUILD_ROOT="~/openCV"

node build/main.js

prebuild

The prebuild is a smart version selector, to avoid futher re-compilation, accepted values are:

  • "latestBuild" use the last built version
  • "latestVersion" use the highest version number built
  • "oldestBuild" use the olderst built version
  • "oldestVersion" use the lowest version number built

the prebuild option intend to be use at runtime, so you do not have to keep trak of the version you want to use.

  • this parameter can only be provide in OpenCVBuildEnv constructor options.
  • prebuild is ignored if OPENCV4NODEJS_DISABLE_AUTOBUILD env variable is set, or disableAutoBuild is set in package.json

autoBuildOpencvVersion

Choose the openCV version you want to build, default is 4.5.5,

This option value can be provide using:

  • The --version in build script
  • The autoBuildOpencvVersion options field provided to OpenCVBuildEnv constructor options.
  • The autoBuildOpencvVersion field in the current package.json opencv4nodejs object.
  • The OPENCV4NODEJS_AUTOBUILD_OPENCV_VERSION environement variable.

buildRoot

The buildRoot is the most important parameter, it define the directory used to build openCV, Default value is the npm-opencv-build directory. You generaly want to use this value to persist your build files out of your node_modules directory, and buy doing som share openCV built between your project.

This option value can be provide using:

  • The --buildRoot in build script
  • The buildRoot options field provided to OpenCVBuildEnv constructor options.
  • The OPENCV_BUILD_ROOT environement variable.

git-cache

The git-cache reduce git clone data transfert, git data will be cache in you buildRoot, so you will onlyt downdload all git file once.

This option value can be provide using:

  • The --git-cache in build script
  • The git-cache options field provided to OpenCVBuildEnv constructor options.
  • The OPENCV_GIT_CACHE environement variable.

autoBuildBuildCuda

Set any value to enable, the following cMake flag will be added:

  • DWITH_CUDA=ON
  • DBUILD_opencv_cudacodec=OFF // video codec (NVCUVID) is deprecated in cuda 10, so don't add it
  • DCUDA_FAST_MATH=ON // optional
  • DWITH_CUBLAS=ON // optional

This option value can be enable using:

  • The --cuda in build script
  • The autoBuildBuildCuda options field provided to OpenCVBuildEnv constructor options.
  • The autoBuildBuildCuda field in the current package.json opencv4nodejs object.
  • The OPENCV4NODEJS_BUILD_CUDA environement variable.

autoBuildFlags

Append option to CMake flags.

This option value can be enable using:

  • The --flags in build script
  • The autoBuildFlags options field provided to OpenCVBuildEnv constructor options.
  • The autoBuildFlags field in the current package.json opencv4nodejs object.
  • The OPENCV4NODEJS_AUTOBUILD_FLAGS environement variable.

autoBuildWithoutContrib

Set any value to enable, this option will skip openCV Contribs.

This option value can be enable using:

  • The --nocontrib in build script
  • The autoBuildWithoutContrib options field provided to OpenCVBuildEnv constructor options.
  • The autoBuildWithoutContrib field in the current package.json opencv4nodejs object.
  • The OPENCV4NODEJS_AUTOBUILD_WITHOUT_CONTRIB environement variable.

disableAutoBuild

Set any value to disable compilation from sources.

This option value can be enable using:

  • The --nobuild in build script
  • The disableAutoBuild options field provided to OpenCVBuildEnv constructor options.
  • The disableAutoBuild field in the current package.json opencv4nodejs object.
  • The OPENCV4NODEJS_DISABLE_AUTOBUILD environement variable.

Generaly you should prefer using the environment variables OPENCV4NODEJS_DISABLE_AUTOBUILD

opencvIncludeDir

Over write the OPENCV_INCLUDE_DIR environment variables

opencvLibDir

Over write the OPENCV_LIB_DIR environment variables

opencvBinDir

Over write the OPENCV_BIN_DIR environment variables

build test

opencv-build-npm --flags="-DBUILD_LIST=core,imgproc,imgcodecs,videoio,highgui,video,calib3d,features2d,objdetect,dnn,ml,flann,photo,stitching,gapi" --version=3.4.15 --nocontrib
opencv-build-npm --version=4.5.5 --nocontrib

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