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Splitting out some projects from imglib.git?

dscho
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Hi Tobias,

if you're okay with it, Curtis and I would like to split out some projects
from imglib.git, namely imglib2-ij, -examples, -test and -scripting (the
latter as a consequence of -ij to avoid circular dependencies between
repositories.

As soon as you give us the go flag, we're on our way.

Thanks,
Johannes

P.S.: we will of course take care of the Jenkins jobs that need adjusting,
the release management and the changes to the Maven configuration.

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Re: Splitting out some projects from imglib.git?

Jean-Yves Tinevez-2
On 12-Feb-14 02:44, Johannes Schindelin wrote:
> Hi Tobias,
>
> if you're okay with it, Curtis and I would like to split out some projects
> from imglib.git, namely imglib2-ij, -examples, -test and -scripting (the
> latter as a consequence of -ij to avoid circular dependencies between
> repositories.
>
> As soon as you give us the go flag, we're on our way.

Hi all

On a related note, could it be the right moment to create the -sandbox
package that was discussed just before Tobias was elected?

Best
jy

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Re: Splitting out some projects from imglib.git?

Tobias Pietzsch
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Hi Johannes,
sure, go ahead!
Tobias

On Feb 12, 2014, at 2:44 AM, Johannes Schindelin <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi Tobias,
>
> if you're okay with it, Curtis and I would like to split out some projects
> from imglib.git, namely imglib2-ij, -examples, -test and -scripting (the
> latter as a consequence of -ij to avoid circular dependencies between
> repositories.
>
> As soon as you give us the go flag, we're on our way.
>
> Thanks,
> Johannes
>
> P.S.: we will of course take care of the Jenkins jobs that need adjusting,
> the release management and the changes to the Maven configuration.

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Re: Splitting out some projects from imglib.git?

Curtis Rueden
Hi Tobias et. al,

> Curtis and I would like to split out some projects from imglib.git,
> namely imglib2-ij, -examples, -test and -scripting

Johannes "The Finisher" Schindelin finished splitting out these repositories. There are still some Jenkins jobs to update; we will take care of that probably early next week.

There are also some unit tests in imglib2-tests that need to get migrated back to their appropriate component:
- net.imglib2.view.TranslationTransformConcatenateTest
- net.imglib2.view.MixedTransformConcatenateTest
- net.imglib2.view.SlicingTransformConcatenateTest

And possibly others; need to investigate further. Rule of thumb is: imglib2-tests is for manual "behavior" type tests (and possibly also automated integration tests in the future, should we ever need that), so should not depend on JUnit at all.

We are planning to hack more on imglib2-ij, so that it can contribute more to the backbone of the ij-legacy component, which handles ImageJ2<->ImageJ1 data structure translation.

Regards,
Curtis


On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 3:01 AM, Tobias Pietzsch <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Johannes,
sure, go ahead!
Tobias

On Feb 12, 2014, at 2:44 AM, Johannes Schindelin <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi Tobias,
>
> if you're okay with it, Curtis and I would like to split out some projects
> from imglib.git, namely imglib2-ij, -examples, -test and -scripting (the
> latter as a consequence of -ij to avoid circular dependencies between
> repositories.
>
> As soon as you give us the go flag, we're on our way.
>
> Thanks,
> Johannes
>
> P.S.: we will of course take care of the Jenkins jobs that need adjusting,
> the release management and the changes to the Maven configuration.


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