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Added glue library instructions.

Added instructions on how to compile and install the native glue library.
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J. Bromley jbromley authored
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@@ -29,7 +29,9 @@ and software versions, please let me know.
1. Install OpenCV from MacPorts: `port install opencv`
2. Install libffi from MacPorts: `port install libffi`
3. In your lisp environment, make sure that cffi is available. In
- Quicklisp you would just do `(ql:quickload "cffi")`.
+ Quicklisp you would just do `(ql:quickload "cffi")`.
+ 4. Run `make` and `sudo make install` in the top-level directory to
+ build and install the glue code library.
### Ubuntu ###
@@ -37,6 +39,8 @@ and software versions, please let me know.
2. Install libffi from the repos: `sudo apt-get install libffi`
3. In your lisp environment, make sure that cffi is available. In
Quicklisp you would just do `(ql:quickload "cffi")`.
+ 4. Run `make` and `sudo make install` in the top-level directory to
+ build and install the glue code library.
## Troubleshooting ##
@@ -50,6 +54,6 @@ If CFFI has problems loading the library, be sure that:
adding that path to `cffi:*foreign-library-directories*`.
Different camera support different resolutions and framerates. The
-tests assume a camera capable of about 30fps at 640x480. Adjust the
+tests assume a camera capable of about 30 fps at 640x480. Adjust the
values at the top of test.lisp to match your camera. A program like
VLC can help you determine those.
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