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all:
cython src/utils/cpu_nms.pyx
gcc -shared -pthread -fPIC -fwrapv -O2 -Wall -fno-strict-aliasing \
-I/usr/include/python2.7 -o src/utils/cpu_nms.so src/utils/cpu_nms.c
rm -rf src/utils/cpu_nms.c
# Detecting Text in Natural Image with Connectionist Text Proposal Network
The codes are used for implementing CTPN for scene text detection, described in:
Z. Tian, W. Huang, T. He, P. He and Y. Qiao: Detecting Text in Natural Image with
Connectionist Text Proposal Network, ECCV, 2016.
Online demo is available at: [textdet.com](http://textdet.com)
These demo codes (with our trained model) are for text-line detection (without
side-refiement part).
# Required hardware
You need a GPU. If you use CUDNN, about 1.5GB free memory is required. If you don't use CUDNN, you will need about 5GB free memory, and the testing time will slightly increase. Therefore, we strongly recommend to use CUDNN.
# Required softwares
Python2.7, cython and all what Caffe depends on.
# How to run this code
1. Clone this repository with `git clone https://github.com/tianzhi0549/CTPN.git`. It will checkout the codes of CTPN and Caffe we ship.
2. Install the caffe we ship with codes bellow.
* Install caffe's dependencies. You can follow [this tutorial](http://caffe.berkeleyvision.org/installation.html). Note: we need Python support. The CUDA version we need is 7.0.
* Enter the directory `caffe`.
* Run `cp Makefile.config.example Makefile.config`.
* Open Makefile.config and set `WITH_PYTHON_LAYER := 1`. If you want to use CUDNN, please also set `CUDNN := 1`. Note: To use CUDNN, you need to download CUDNN from NVIDIA's official website, and install it in advance. The CUDNN version we use is 3.0.
* Run `make -j && make pycaffe`.
3. After Caffe is set up, you need to download a trained model (about 78M) from [Google Drive](https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7c5Ix-XO7hqQWtKQ0lxTko4ZGs), and then populate it into directory `models`. The model's name should be ` ctpn_trained_model.caffemodel`.
4. Now, be sure you are in the root directory of the codes. Run `make` to compile some cython files.
5. Run `python tools/demo.py` for a demo.
# License
The codes are released under the MIT License.
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## General
# Compiled Object files
*.slo
*.lo
*.o
*.cuo
# Compiled Dynamic libraries
*.so
*.dylib
# Compiled Static libraries
*.lai
*.la
*.a
# Compiled protocol buffers
*.pb.h
*.pb.cc
*_pb2.py
# Compiled python
*.pyc
# Compiled MATLAB
*.mex*
# IPython notebook checkpoints
.ipynb_checkpoints
# Editor temporaries
*.swp
*~
# Sublime Text settings
*.sublime-workspace
*.sublime-project
# Eclipse Project settings
*.*project
.settings
# QtCreator files
*.user
# PyCharm files
.idea
# OSX dir files
.DS_Store
## Caffe
# User's build configuration
Makefile.config
# Data and models are either
# 1. reference, and not casually committed
# 2. custom, and live on their own unless they're deliberated contributed
data/*
models/*
*.caffemodel
*.caffemodel.h5
*.solverstate
*.solverstate.h5
*.binaryproto
*leveldb
*lmdb
# build, distribute, and bins (+ python proto bindings)
build
.build_debug/*
.build_release/*
distribute/*
*.testbin
*.bin
python/caffe/proto/
cmake_build
.cmake_build
# Generated documentation
docs/_site
docs/gathered
_site
doxygen
docs/dev
# LevelDB files
*.sst
*.ldb
LOCK
LOG*
CURRENT
MANIFEST-*
# Use a build matrix to do two builds in parallel:
# one using CMake, and one using make.
env:
matrix:
- WITH_CUDA=false WITH_CMAKE=false
- WITH_CUDA=false WITH_CMAKE=true
- WITH_CUDA=true WITH_CMAKE=false
- WITH_CUDA=true WITH_CMAKE=true
- WITH_CUDA=false WITH_CMAKE=true PYTHON_VERSION=3
language: cpp
# Cache Ubuntu apt packages.
cache:
apt: true
directories:
- /home/travis/miniconda
- /home/travis/miniconda2
- /home/travis/miniconda3
compiler: gcc
before_install:
- export NUM_THREADS=4
- export SCRIPTS=./scripts/travis
- export CONDA_DIR="/home/travis/miniconda$PYTHON_VERSION"
install:
- sudo -E $SCRIPTS/travis_install.sh
before_script:
- export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/usr/local/lib:/usr/local/cuda/lib64:$CONDA_DIR/lib
- export PATH=$CONDA_DIR/bin:$PATH
- if ! $WITH_CMAKE; then $SCRIPTS/travis_setup_makefile_config.sh; fi
script: $SCRIPTS/travis_build_and_test.sh
notifications:
# Emails are sent to the committer's git-configured email address by default,
# but only if they have access to the repository. To enable Travis on your
# public fork of Caffe, just go to travis-ci.org and flip the switch on for
# your Caffe fork. To configure your git email address, use:
# git config --global user.email me@example.com
email:
on_success: always
on_failure: always
# IRC notifications disabled by default.
# Uncomment next 5 lines to send notifications to chat.freenode.net#caffe
# irc:
# channels:
# - "chat.freenode.net#caffe"
# template:
# - "%{repository}/%{branch} (%{commit} - %{author}): %{message}"
cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 2.8.7)
# ---[ Caffe project
project(Caffe C CXX)
# ---[ Using cmake scripts and modules
list(APPEND CMAKE_MODULE_PATH ${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake/Modules)
include(ExternalProject)
include(cmake/Utils.cmake)
include(cmake/Targets.cmake)
include(cmake/Misc.cmake)
include(cmake/Summary.cmake)
include(cmake/ConfigGen.cmake)
# ---[ Options
caffe_option(CPU_ONLY "Build Caffe without CUDA support" OFF) # TODO: rename to USE_CUDA
caffe_option(USE_CUDNN "Build Caffe with cuDNN libary support" ON IF NOT CPU_ONLY)
caffe_option(BUILD_SHARED_LIBS "Build shared libraries" ON)
caffe_option(BUILD_python "Build Python wrapper" ON)
set(python_version "2" CACHE STRING "Specify which python version to use")
caffe_option(BUILD_matlab "Build Matlab wrapper" OFF IF UNIX OR APPLE)
caffe_option(BUILD_docs "Build documentation" ON IF UNIX OR APPLE)
caffe_option(BUILD_python_layer "Build the Caffe python layer" ON)
# ---[ Dependencies
include(cmake/Dependencies.cmake)
# ---[ Flags
if(UNIX OR APPLE)
set(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS "${CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS} -fPIC -Wall")
endif()
if(USE_libstdcpp)
set(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS "${CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS} -stdlib=libstdc++")
message("-- Warning: forcing libstdc++ (controlled by USE_libstdcpp option in cmake)")
endif()
add_definitions(-DGTEST_USE_OWN_TR1_TUPLE)
# ---[ Warnings
caffe_warnings_disable(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS -Wno-sign-compare -Wno-uninitialized)
# ---[ Config generation
configure_file(cmake/Templates/caffe_config.h.in "${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}/caffe_config.h")
# ---[ Includes
set(Caffe_INCLUDE_DIR ${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR}/include)
include_directories(${Caffe_INCLUDE_DIR} ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR})
include_directories(BEFORE src) # This is needed for gtest.
# ---[ Subdirectories
add_subdirectory(src/gtest)
add_subdirectory(src/caffe)
add_subdirectory(tools)
add_subdirectory(examples)
add_subdirectory(python)
add_subdirectory(matlab)
add_subdirectory(docs)
# ---[ Linter target
add_custom_target(lint COMMAND ${CMAKE_COMMAND} -P ${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake/lint.cmake)
# ---[ pytest target
add_custom_target(pytest COMMAND python${python_version} -m unittest discover -s caffe/test WORKING_DIRECTORY ${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR}/python )
add_dependencies(pytest pycaffe)
# ---[ Configuration summary
caffe_print_configuration_summary()
# ---[ Export configs generation
caffe_generate_export_configs()
# Contributing
## Issues
Specific Caffe design and development issues, bugs, and feature requests are maintained by GitHub Issues.
_Please do not post usage, installation, or modeling questions, or other requests for help to Issues._
Use the [caffe-users list](https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/caffe-users) instead. This helps developers maintain a clear, uncluttered, and efficient view of the state of Caffe.
When reporting a bug, it's most helpful to provide the following information, where applicable:
* What steps reproduce the bug?
* Can you reproduce the bug using the latest [master](https://github.com/BVLC/caffe/tree/master), compiled with the `DEBUG` make option?
* What hardware and operating system/distribution are you running?
* If the bug is a crash, provide the backtrace (usually printed by Caffe; always obtainable with `gdb`).
Try to give your issue a title that is succinct and specific. The devs will rename issues as needed to keep track of them.
## Pull Requests
Caffe welcomes all contributions.
See the [contributing guide](http://caffe.berkeleyvision.org/development.html) for details.
Briefly: read commit by commit, a PR should tell a clean, compelling story of _one_ improvement to Caffe. In particular:
* A PR should do one clear thing that obviously improves Caffe, and nothing more. Making many smaller PRs is better than making one large PR; review effort is superlinear in the amount of code involved.
* Similarly, each commit should be a small, atomic change representing one step in development. PRs should be made of many commits where appropriate.
* Please do rewrite PR history to be clean rather than chronological. Within-PR bugfixes, style cleanups, reversions, etc. should be squashed and should not appear in merged PR history.
* Anything nonobvious from the code should be explained in comments, commit messages, or the PR description, as appropriate.
# Contributors
Caffe is developed by a core set of BVLC members and the open-source community.
We thank all of our [contributors](https://github.com/BVLC/caffe/graphs/contributors)!
**For the detailed history of contributions** of a given file, try
git blame file
to see line-by-line credits and
git log --follow file
to see the change log even across renames and rewrites.
Please refer to the [acknowledgements](http://caffe.berkeleyvision.org/#acknowledgements) on the Caffe site for further details.
**Copyright** is held by the original contributor according to the versioning history; see LICENSE.
# Installation
See http://caffe.berkeleyvision.org/installation.html for the latest
installation instructions.
Check the issue tracker in case you need help:
https://github.com/BVLC/caffe/issues
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