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Emgu CV is a cross platform .Net wrapper for OpenCV

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    It's very fine, but I'm waiting for possibles of use "Cuda stereo" methods... :D

    Posted 05/28/2016
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    Very good and easy to use. But, could you enable us to specify the lineType when calling draw functions? I have rewritten them myself and compiled, but I think others would like this too. In order to not break things, you can use default values for the parameters, like so: ///<summary> Draw a line segment using the specific color and thickness </summary> ///<param name="line"> The line segment to be drawn</param> ///<param name="color"> The color of the line segment </param> ///<param name="thickness"> The thickness of the line segment </param> ///<param name="lineType"> The linetype to use when drawing </param> public virtual void Draw(LineSegment2D line, TColor color, int thickness, CvEnum.LINE_TYPE lineType = CvEnum.LINE_TYPE.EIGHT_CONNECTED) { #if !NETFX_CORE Debug.Assert(thickness > 0, Properties.StringTable.ThicknessShouldBeGreaterThanZero); #endif if (thickness > 0) CvInvoke.cvLine( Ptr, line.P1, line.P2, color.MCvScalar, thickness, lineType, 0); }

    Posted 12/04/2013

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