Project management

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The ImageJ project takes advantage of several project management tools.

Maven

ImageJ uses Maven for its project infrastructure.

Maven artifacts are published to the ImageJ Maven repository.

Issue tracking

ImageJ uses GitHub Issues for issue tracking.

ImageJ2 previously used Trac for issue tracking and roadmapping, but all Trac issues are now being migrated to GitHub.

Continuous integration

ImageJ has a Jenkins server, which automatically checks the code for build and test errors.

You can access Jenkins's last successful build artifacts from the ImageJ2 Downloads page.