Porting caffe to android platform
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Caffe-Android-Lib

Goal

Porting caffe to android platform

Support

  • Up-to-date caffe (d91572d)
  • CPU only
  • No support for hdf5

Build

RECOMMENDED: Using Docker

git clone --recursive https://github.com/sh1r0/caffe-android-lib.git
cd caffe-android-lib
# build image
docker build -t caffe-android-lib .
# run a container for building your own caffe-android-lib, e.g.,
docker run --rm --name caffe-android-builder \
    -e ANDROID_ABI=x86_64 \
    -e N_JOBS=2 \
    -v $(pwd)/android_lib/x86_64:/caffe-android-lib/android_lib \
    caffe-android-lib ./build.sh

On local machine

Tested with Android NDK r11c and cmake 3.5.2 on Ubuntu 14.04

git clone --recursive https://github.com/sh1r0/caffe-android-lib.git
cd caffe-android-lib
export ANDROID_ABI=x86_64
export NDK_ROOT=/path/to/ndk
./build.sh

NOTE: OpenBLAS

OpenBLAS is the only supported BLAS choice now, and the supported ABIs are the following:

  • armeabi
  • armeabi-v7a
  • arm64-v8a (default)
  • x86
  • x86_64

Issues

Any comments, issues or PRs are welcomed. Thanks.

TODO

  • Integrate using CMake's ExternalProject
  • Support HDF5
  • OpenCL support
  • CUDA suuport

Optional

.envrc files are for direnv

direnv is an environment variable manager for your shell. It knows how to hook into bash, zsh and fish shell to load or unload environment variables depending on your current directory. This allows to have project-specific environment variables and not clutter the "~/.profile" file.