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Name Modified Size Downloads / Week Status
deps 2012-09-16 33 weekly downloads
EnumerateCameras_Sample_C++_VC14.zip 2015-11-29 4.5 kB 2727 weekly downloads
README.md 2012-10-31 1.0 kB 11 weekly downloads
zbarw-20121031-setup.exe 2012-10-31 1.4 MB 77 weekly downloads
zbarw-20121031.zip 2012-10-31 1.6 MB 22 weekly downloads
zbarw-20120916.zip 2012-09-16 1.6 MB 11 weekly downloads
zbarw-20120916-setup.exe 2012-09-16 1.3 MB 11 weekly downloads
zbarw_20120624.exe 2012-06-26 1.3 MB 0
ZBarW_20120624.zip 2012-06-26 1.2 MB 22 weekly downloads
Totals: 9 Items   8.4 MB 44
  • deps - dependencies for building the project
  • .exe - installer (without zbarimg)
  • .zip - the files installed by the installer and the static library

Zbar binaries include only zbar library (libzbar.dll) and video sample application (zbarcam.exe). To get sample image application or more library support modules, download original zbar binaries or build zbarw from source.

Library was compiled using following command: ./configure --with-directshow --without-imagemagick --without-gtk --without-python --without-qt --without-java

The only additional library needed to use libzbar.dll is libiconv. We compiled 1.14 version from source. The source was downloaded from libiconv homepage and is also available in our deps directory. There were problems in using mingw 1.14-2 version (char** argument instead of const char **). Our bin download contains also header and library files needed to build applications with zbarw.

Source: README.md, updated 2012-10-31

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