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The Fiji Packager allows you to bundle an existing Fiji installation with all 3rd party plugins and added update sites into a single archive (.zip, .tar.gz, .tar.bz2 are supported at the moment).
 
The Fiji Packager allows you to bundle an existing Fiji installation with all 3rd party plugins and added update sites into a single archive (.zip, .tar.gz, .tar.bz2 are supported at the moment).
  
After clicking on ''Plugins>Tools>Make Fiji Package'', you will be asked for the format and the file name.
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After clicking on ''Plugins>Utilities>Make Fiji Package'' (note: there are two ''Plugins>Utilities'' menus because ImageJ1 enforces separate submenus for non-core plugins which makes things a little bit confusing), you will be asked for the format and the file name.
  
 
After both are specified, the plugin does all the rest, reporting its progress in the status bar.
 
After both are specified, the plugin does all the rest, reporting its progress in the status bar.

Revision as of 03:51, 13 January 2012

Fiji Packager (ImageJ)
Author Johannes Schindelin
Maintainer Johannes Schindelin
Source in gitweb
Initial release 12/01/2012
Latest version 12/01/2012
Development status stable
Category Category:Plugins


The Fiji Packager allows you to bundle an existing Fiji installation with all 3rd party plugins and added update sites into a single archive (.zip, .tar.gz, .tar.bz2 are supported at the moment).

After clicking on Plugins>Utilities>Make Fiji Package (note: there are two Plugins>Utilities menus because ImageJ1 enforces separate submenus for non-core plugins which makes things a little bit confusing), you will be asked for the format and the file name.

After both are specified, the plugin does all the rest, reporting its progress in the status bar.