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Eclipse underline everything in native part of FastCV sample app
Join Date: 30 Sep 14
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Posted: Mon, 2014-12-29 15:14

I followed steps in Compiling and Running sample fastcv application. Everything is OK (app works on my device) until I select some cpp file under jni/apis or jni/util folder. Then eclipse cannot resolve neither a fastcv function, nor for example NULL variable (any piece of native code). When I rebuild application, console gives me this output: 

Android NDK: WARNING:jni/apis/featureDetection/ non-system libraries in linker flags: -lfastcv    
Android NDK:     This is likely to result in incorrect builds. Try using LOCAL_STATIC_LIBRARIES    
Android NDK:     or LOCAL_SHARED_LIBRARIES instead to list the library dependencies of the    
Android NDK:     current module
and others like this
I have copied libfastcv.a to NDK lib directory and created fastcv folder under NDK include directory, where I have put fastcv.h file


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