[ImageJ-devel] plugin dev in elcipse
dan at chalkie.org.uk
Thu Jul 9 03:40:41 CDT 2015
Hi Mark, Hi Tom
I seem to be having trouble getting the colocalization analysis plugins top
build, this is in Eclipse mars.
I imported the maven project, and imageJ runs fine from eclipse, but i dont
see any place where the coloc .jar is biult and saved? Where should the
built .jar be located by default?
what would a main class look like for running the coloc plugin straight
from ellipse, without having to copy a .jar into another fiji ?
maybe i am missing something at
its not obvious for an elclipse noob like me.
On 25 June 2015 at 19:39, Mark Hiner <hiner at wisc.edu> wrote:
> Hi Daniel,
> >The Fiji.sc docs describe how to do a plugin in the script editor,
> >or how to develop imageJ itself in eclipse,
> >but not how to get one of the external Fiji plugins, like coloc analysis,
> >and then run Fiji with my hacked plugin code running from eclipse????
> This process is described in the Developing Fiji in Eclipse tutorial -
> which I just updated with a bit more information.
> >i can run imageJ from there by highlighting the ij jar and doing run as
> java application
> If you are running ij.jar from the Maven dependencies of
> Colocalisation_Analysis, then Eclipse is likely just literally executing
> the jar without anything else on the classpath. Using Debug.run will give
> you an ImageJ with your plugin loaded properly.
> Also, if you don't want to make a temporary main method, you can always
> build the .jar for your plugin and put it into an existing Fiji
> Hope that helps.
>  http://imagej.net/Developing_Fiji_in_Eclipse#Running_and_Debugging
> On Thu, Jun 25, 2015 at 7:32 AM, Daniel White <dan at chalkie.org.uk> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I'm setting up my plugin dev environment (win7 x64), by reading the docs
>> on the fiji.sc pages.
>> I got eclipse installed, new JDK installed and seen by eclipse,
>> Colocalization_Analysis plugin cloned from github using github for windows
>> I imported the plugin as described with the import maven project gadget
>> in eclipse,
>> and it got the dependencies as jars apparently.
>> So i can run imageJ from there by highlighting the ij jar and doing run
>> as java application,
>> but the coloc_2 plugin doesnt appear in the Analyze menu??????
>> The Fiji.sc docs describe how to do a plugin in the script editor,
>> or how to develop imageJ itself in eclipse,
>> but not how to get one of the external Fiji plugins, like coloc analysis,
>> and then run Fiji with my hacked plugin code running from eclipse????
>> Can I help fix the docs so noobs like me can get started easier,
>> and in the process get myself up and running with a little help from on
>> of you folks please?
>> Dan White
>> ImageJ-devel mailing list
>> ImageJ-devel at imagej.net
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