Hi,
This appears to be a badly configured driver test. The driver depends on opencv but is not testing for it. try configuring with --disable-upcbarcode and see if that helps?

Toby


2008/5/1 anterma <anterma@ozu.es>:

I'm sorry, but I this is the first error message.
upcbarcode.cc:111:23: error: opencv/cv.h : No such file or directory
upcbarcode.cc:111:28: error: opencv/highgui.h : No such file or directory
thank you very much
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