pureImage 2011.05 released
We are proud to announce the third public release of pureImage.
What is pureImage?
pureImage is an open-source cross-language plugin framework, focused on the reuse of freely available image processing libraries. Using pureImage, one can combine and re-use image processing functions, whether originating from different libraries or home-grown code, from different programming languages via a uniform interface. Right now, pureImage can be used under Windows and Linux, from C, C++, and Java. It provides bindings for OpenCV, CImg and other libraries. pureImage is released by the Department of Knowledge-Based Mathematical Systems, Johannes Kepler University Linz, under the terms of the GPL v3. For more information see https://pureimage.flll.jku.at.
The most important changes and new features of pureImage 2011.05 are:
- The C and the C++ API now match more closely.
- We are now using the CMake build system.
- Therefore, our current test targets are Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, as well as GCC on Ubuntu Linux 10.04.
See our issue tracker for a more detailed list of changes: https://pureimage.flll.jku.at/versions/show/7
Where to get it?
To get pureImage 2011.05, download the Windows installer or the tarball: https://pureimage.flll.jku.at/attachments/download/37/pureImage-2011.05-... https://pureimage.flll.jku.at/attachments/download/38/pureImage-2011.05-...
The most current version of pureImage can be obtained from our git repository, via
git clone https://pureimage.flll.jku.at/pureImage.git
Who are we?
pureImage is developed at the Department of Knowledge-Based Mathematical Systems of the Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria, by Ulrich Brandstätter, Oliver Buchtala, Robert Pollak, and Roland Richter.