MITK Core Team
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- Aug 1 2016, 12:10 PM (90 w, 1 d)
Mon, Apr 23
Fri, Apr 20
Thu, Apr 19
Pushed new branch T24085-correctly-install-SimpleITK-to-bin.
[vcvarsall.bat] Environment initialized for: 'x86' ### ### Using 'vc141' toolset. ###
As far resolved as it is likely going to be for a while.
Wed, Apr 18
Tue, Apr 17
Pushed new branch T24332-separate-python-path-per-os.
Pushed new branch T24271-remove-debug-leaks.
Mon, Apr 16
Pushed new branch T24285-CEST-reader-test.
Pushed new branch T24271-port-tests-integration.
Fri, Apr 13
Pushed new branch T24271-port-test-integration.
Pushed new branch T24220-3D-view-not-visible-in-tutorial.
Pushed new branch T24219-remove-broken-modified-check.
Pushed new branch T24597-add-nullptr-check.
Thu, Apr 12
The default way on windows is to install openSSL and point the installer to the corresponding libraries. I do not really see it as a superbuild option, as it is a non-issue on *nix systems usually, due to omnipresent openSSL.
Tue, Apr 10
Mon, Apr 9
Thu, Apr 5
Pushed new branch T24332-update-SimpleITK-and-use-system-python3.
Is this verified to work in the DKFZ/proxy setup?
Pushed new branch T24551-increase-cmake-minimum-version.
Wed, Apr 4
I was trying to aim for the middle-ground here. Yes, we want to include the community, because they know best what is important for them, which might not be entirely in line with whatever our focus is. On the other hand we can not promise that any fix for a specific bug will be included in a release even with help from the community, as past experience shows that larger bug fixes can have a slew of side effects, which are not always visible at first glance, and, as per the first point, the contributors tend to test only that part of the code that interests them.
Tue, Apr 3
Draft for the new release strategy:
Thu, Mar 29
Hm, after a rebuild it seems to work.
Wed, Mar 28
@maleike Are you using the script on Linux as well? It seems to work fine on Windows, but on Linux it fails to copy relevant dependencies. Seems to be true for command line apps (which did not work previously, so no regression there) as well as e.g. the Workbench (which did work before).
Tue, Mar 27
Pushed new branch T24519-custom-fixup-bundle.
Pushed new branch T24525-update-tutorial-doc.