I'm trying to follow the instructions here


with the file downloaded from here


to get the OpenCV library and samples working. I follow the steps exactly,
but all variables in
internal source and meta-data files in the form @<variable-name>@ do not
get expanded at any
point, e.g. even at Import step 2 "General->Existing projects into
workspace", I do not see

OpenCV Library - 2.4.3

instead, my Eclipse dialog shows

OpenCV Library -

If I accept these values, there are many, many more errors, some to do with
other @@ variables not being expanded and others not. The projects seem to
confuse Eclipse, e.g. the viewer for AndroidManifest.xml cannot parse the
fields and does not recognise them as Android-specific, also it is not
possible to set any Android project properties because an error dialog pops
up saying it has 'invalid values' - the project.properties file is never

The folder structure of the 'SDK Package' described in this guide under
General Items bears no resemblance to the folder structure contained in the
file I downloaded from SourceForge either.

Any help please ?

OpenSUSE 12.2 AMD64 + 32-bit libraries, Eclipse Classic 4.2.1(Juno) +
JDT3.8.1 + CDT8.1.1, ADK 20.0.3, NDK 8b2


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  • Alexander Smorkalov at Nov 16, 2012 at 7:52 am
    Hello Haveasign,

    If you want to develop applications for Android you need OpenCV Android SDK
    package from
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/opencvlibrary/files/opencv-android/. You
    download source package oriented on developing for Linux.


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