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* Return of the single-instance listener! ({{GitHub | org=imagej | repo=imagej-legacy | pr=116 | label=imagej-legacy#116}}).
 
* Return of the single-instance listener! ({{GitHub | org=imagej | repo=imagej-legacy | pr=116 | label=imagej-legacy#116}}).
* ImageJ OPS now has convenient "built-in" methods ({{GitHub | org=scijava | repo=scijava-ui-swing | commit=f5cf38eaaaca1d9d1639d83d31a1686b38dca989 | label=imagej-ops@f5cf38ea}}). These built-ins allow type-safe access to all the core ops, backed by a robust test framework.
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* ImageJ OPS now has convenient "built-in" methods ({{GitHub | org=imagej | repo=imagej-ops | commit=f5cf38eaaaca1d9d1639d83d31a1686b38dca989 | label=imagej-ops@f5cf38ea}}). These built-ins allow type-safe access to all the core ops, backed by a robust test framework.
  
 
== How to update ==
 
== How to update ==

Revision as of 11:02, 6 July 2015

Today, the ImageJ team has made a new release of ImageJ2: version 2.0.0-rc-31. This release includes usability improvements to ImageJ OPS, as well as restoration of a classic ImageJ 1.x feature: the single instance listener.

What's new

This release includes significant updates to several components:

SciJava ImageJ ImgLib2

Highlights

  • Return of the single-instance listener! (imagej-legacy#116).
  • ImageJ OPS now has convenient "built-in" methods (imagej-ops@f5cf38ea). These built-ins allow type-safe access to all the core ops, backed by a robust test framework.

How to update

Use the Help > Update command to update your ImageJ installation. Please send any comments to the ImageJ mailing list. Thank you for the continued feedback and support!