After you cloned this repository:
The following sequence of steps will make you happy:
ssh code.imagej.net Then I stopped this because I had no user on code.imagej.net. So sad!
This is mostly a not to self… please do not expect a human-readable post… 😉
To prevent the decay of knowledge my brain is suffering I note here how things should run:
Here some notes on how to implement on Clear Volume from this setup:
gradle eclipsejust did the right thing.
gradlewscript instead of cradle itself. This is how it works is what I’ve been told…
./gradlew clean build -Preleasebuild… building ClearVolume release version
./gradlew collectDependencies… does what you would expect. Can then be found in
Disclaimer: this is more a ‘note to self’ than anything else.
Here, a list of all extensions that where installed in order to use python and Keras from within KNIME:
And there is a funny bug at the moment: after you installed everything, Python nodes will only work correctly after a new Python node is pulled into the workflow. It can immediately be deleted again, but all old (existing) nodes will only work correctly after a new one was instantiated once. Hard to find, good to know! 😉
Good bye and thanks for all the fish,
Wonder how to write a IJ2 / Fiji Plugin (Command) that can run nicely from within Eclipse and Fiji or ImageJ2?
There are several answer Google gives you, and most of them go the old IJ (1) way. If you want to use ops or any of the IJ2 services you will appreciate this:
Or this one (which also uses ops to work on images):
This is extremely useful just before you want to upload your plugin(s) to your/a update site. If this really is you use case, you might want to check that the parent POM version you are using coincides with the one of the latest Fiji release!
The command for this is:
mvn -Dimagej.app.directory=/Applications/Fiji.app/ -Ddelete.other.versions=true clean install
And in case the enforcer annoys you — it can be turned off like this:
mvn -Dimagej.app.directory=/Applications/Fiji.app/ -Ddelete.other.versions=true -Denforcer.skip=true clean install Enjoy, Florian