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I'm currently using openCV for some image reading, filtering and resizing.

However, openCV support a whole other bunch of functionality and is much too big for my taste. I'm looking for something much smaller or more dedicated (.so should be a few measly 10Ks).

Any recommendation on other libraries or home-brew projects?

The list of classes and functions I use is:

cv::Mat
cv::filter2D
cv::Point
cv::Rect
cv::Size
cv::MinMaxLoc
cv::resize
cv::Size
cv::Split
cv::Vec3f

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ImageMagick provides just about all of the above, some under different names, and as well as the command line program there are bindings for various languages including C++ with Magick++.

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LibVips https://github.com/libvips/libvips

And leptonica http://www.leptonica.com/

Will have the functionaity you need. Not sure about their final size, though;.

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  • The first link is dead. Nov 18, 2022 at 15:57
  • thanks. Updated. (dear stackexchange readers: do that - a single comment now and then can keep answers up-to-date and alive.)
    – jsbueno
    Nov 18, 2022 at 16:12

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