Actually, I’m seeing the link itself work and the only difference is the switch from
docker-image resource to
registry-image which is a late > 4.x change. The
registry-image resource in 4.x isn’t quite mature, I probably won’t update that reference until 5.0 is released.
Good question! Short answer is that I implemented the interface for the CvVideoCameraDelegate. Once you let the instance of CvVideoCamera know of a delegate class that has implemented the interface (via
videoCamera.delegate = self;), it will call it whenever there is an image to process.
I would suggest that you click on the Docker links in the article to understand those technologies if you are going to use them to install Concourse. A short summary is…
Docker-Machine will setup a Docker VM for you on your machine.
Docker Compose will use that Docker VM and then download and run the Concourse containers for you.
did you have Git LFS installed before you cloned the repo? If so, it should have automatically downloaded the OpenCV library from the repo.
You can try deleting and clonig the repo again to see if that works. Or you can just downloading OpenCV from the repo or links in the article and place it in the root of the project.
Thanks for the suggestion! I’ll try to find a way to split up the code in a nice way and talk through it like you suggested.
In the meantime, feel free to ask anything. 🙌