Most image functions provide parameter lists with src and dst in it.
Its users may often don’t need the src image after operation,
calling the function in-place. Straight code.
But if the respective function needs to have a temp image to do its task,
it will have to allocate for each call.
- If I get it right the functions will check if src == dest
and will allocate a temporary image if needed for the task?
So in case of many calls of the function it will be better to allocate a tmp Mat
once outside, and use that as dst for every call.
So opencv will check if dst is allocated and fitting and use it,
otherwise create it?
But how shall a user know which functions will need a temp image
(dilate() etc.), and which not (threshold() etc.)?