I'm trying to build OpenCV 3.2 with CUDA and TBB enabled. I've followed the usual directions and generated my solution with CMake. When I try to build opencv_world in Visual Studio 2013 I get the NVCC error on cuda_compile_generated_median_filter.cu.obj:
fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'tbb/tbb.h': No such file or directory
The include path is correct for the TBB package. I can Ctrl-Shift-G on the include tbb and it navigates to the tbb.h file. I've restarted the machine. But the compile still fails.
Previously to trying to compile opencv with TBB I successfully compiled opencv without TBB. The problem is that the TBB include file is not being entered into cuda_compile_generated_median_filter.cu.obj.depend and isn't in the dependency files upstream.
I'm using Intel's TBB binary so in CMake I have BUILD_TBB unchecked, WITH_TBB checked as well as TBB_ENV* and TBB_VER_FILE all set to the correct directories and files.
I've also tried re-configuring and re-generating the Cmake files to no avail. What do I do now?
Another difficulty I'm running into is that the compiles in VS 2013 are taking a heinous amount of time. Is there a way to run the CMake from the Windows command prompt which seems to be faster?