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problems in generating c code for raspberry pi: availableW​ebcam.c:(.​text+0x1fc​): `main_terminate' not define

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liheng mo
liheng mo on 23 Jul 2020
Commented: liheng mo on 31 Jul 2020
here i use the matlab coder for generting code for raspberry pi by using the code below:
cfg = coder.config('exe');
host = raspi('xxx.xxx.xx.xx','pi', 'pi');
cfg.TargetLang = 'C++';
dlcfg = coder.DeepLearningConfig('arm-compute');
dlcfg.ArmArchitecture = 'armv7';
dlcfg.ArmComputeVersion = '19.02';
cfg.DeepLearningConfig = dlcfg;
cfg.Hardware = coder.hardware('Raspberry Pi');
cfg.Hardware.BuildDir = '/home/pi/matlab_arm_codegen/';
%cfg.VerificationMode = 'PIL';
%cfg.GenerateExampleMain = 'GenerateCodeOnly';
cfg.CustomInclude = fullfile('codegen','exe','yolov2_detect_arm','examples');
cfg.CustomSource = fullfile('codegen','main.cpp');
codegen('-config',cfg,'yolov2_detect_arm','-report');
but when i want to compile the exe file this error occured and I cannot find out a solution for that, can anyone help?
availableWebcam.c.o: 関数 `getCameraAddrIndex' :
availableWebcam.c:(.text+0x1fc): `main_terminate' に対する定義されていない参照です
availableWebcam.c.o: 関数 `validateResolution' :
availableWebcam.c:(.text+0x30c): `main_terminate' に対する定義されていない参照です
availableWebcam.c.o: 関数 `getCameraList' :
availableWebcam.c:(.text+0x74c): `main_terminate' に対する定義されていない参照です
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [/home/pi/matlab_arm_codegen//MATLAB_ws/R2020a/C/WORK/matlab/yolov2arm/yolov2_detect_arm.elf] エラー 1

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Denis Gurchenkov
Denis Gurchenkov on 23 Jul 2020
Hi,
Can you please attach yolov2_detect_arm.m and other files that are required to reproduce this? Also, is main.cpp generated by codegen is it copied by you from elsewhere?
liheng mo
liheng mo on 28 Jul 2020
hi
thank you for your reply. here i attach the .m file and main.cpp file that are required to reproduce. the main.cpp file is generated by codegen automatically.
yolov2_detect_arm.m
function yolov2_detect_arm()
persistent yolov2obj;
%for raspberry pi opencv library build
opencv_linkflags = '`pkg-config --cflags --libs opencv`';
coder.updateBuildInfo('addLinkFlags',opencv_linkflags);
if isempty(yolov2obj)
yolov2obj = coder.loadDeepLearningNetwork('yolov2.mat','yolov2');
end
host = raspi;
cam = host.webcam;
imgsize = [416,416,3];
fps = 0;
for k = 1:1800
img = snapshot(cam);
img = imresize(img,imgsize(1:2));
tic;
[bboxes,~,labels] = detect(yolov2obj,img);
elapsedtime = toc;
fps = 0.9*fps + 0.1*(1/elapsedtime);
if isempty(bboxes) || isempty(labels)
img = insertText(img, [5,5],fps);
displayImage(host,img);
else
img = insertObjectAnnotation(img,'rectangle',bboxes,labels);
img = insertText(img,[5,5],fps);
displayImage(host,img);
end
end
end
main.cpp
//
// Trial License - for use to evaluate programs for possible purchase as
// an end-user only.
//
// main.cpp
//
// Code generation for function 'main'
//
//***********************************************************************
// This automatically generated example C++ main file shows how to call
// entry-point functions that MATLAB Coder generated. You must customize
// this file for your application. Do not modify this file directly.
// Instead, make a copy of this file, modify it, and integrate it into
// your development environment.
//
// This file initializes entry-point function arguments to a default
// size and value before calling the entry-point functions. It does
// not store or use any values returned from the entry-point functions.
// If necessary, it does pre-allocate memory for returned values.
// You can use this file as a starting point for a main function that
// you can deploy in your application.
//
// After you copy the file, and before you deploy it, you must make the
// following changes:
// * For variable-size function arguments, change the example sizes to
// the sizes that your application requires.
// * Change the example values of function arguments to the values that
// your application requires.
// * If the entry-point functions return values, store these values or
// otherwise use them as required by your application.
//
//***********************************************************************
// Include files
#include "main.h"
#include "DeepLearningNetwork.h"
#include "matlabCodegenHandle.h"
#include "rt_nonfinite.h"
#include "yolov2_detect_arm.h"
#include "yolov2_detect_arm_terminate.h"
// Function Declarations
static void main_yolov2_detect_arm();
// Function Definitions
static void main_yolov2_detect_arm()
{
// Call the entry-point 'yolov2_detect_arm'.
yolov2_detect_arm();
}
int main(int, const char * const [])
{
// The initialize function is being called automatically from your entry-point function. So, a call to initialize is not included here.
// Invoke the entry-point functions.
// You can call entry-point functions multiple times.
main_yolov2_detect_arm_vid();
// Terminate the application.
// You do not need to do this more than one time.
yolov2_detect_arm_vid_terminate();
return 0;
}
// End of code generation (main.cpp)

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Answers (1)

Reeno Joseph
Reeno Joseph on 30 Jul 2020
Hi Liheng,
We have a limitation with codegen for Raspi peripherals -- Need to add some explicit init/terminate calls.
So if you are using any raspi peripherals within the MATLAB function, Please use the 'Run on Hardware' workflow. This is a simplified version of 'codegen' command with target specific inti/terminate calls. Please have a look at the featured example as well.
For your particular example, please try these commands:
board = targetHardware('Raspberry Pi')
board.CoderConfig.TargetLang = 'C++'
dlcfg = coder.DeepLearningConfig('arm-compute');
dlcfg.ArmArchitecture = 'armv7';
board.CoderConfig.DeepLearningConfig = dlcfg
deploy(board,'yolov2_detect_arm')

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liheng mo
liheng mo on 31 Jul 2020
hi, thank you for your reply.
with the deploy workflow I can sucessfully generate the programme, but i got another error when I try to run on the raspberry pi.
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::runtime_error'
what(): in validate_arguments src/core/NEON/kernels/NEDepthwiseWeightsReshapeKernel.cpp:92: biases->dimension(0) != input->dimension(2)
Aborted
it seems that it is caused by the computelibrary I think. the computeversion that i use is 19.02

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