Commit 1249d867 authored by Roland Levillain's avatar Roland Levillain

Olena 1.0.

	* NEWS: Update.
	Aesthetic changes.

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2009-07-14 Roland Levillain <roland@lrde.epita.fr>
Olena 1.0.
* NEWS: Update.
Aesthetic changes.
2009-07-13 Guillaume Lazzara <lazzara@lrde.epita.fr>
* lrde-upload.sh: Set writing permissions for group on uploaded
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* Olena 1.0 July 14, 2009
* The core C++ library, renamed to Milena, has been rewritten
from scratch and features numerous additions over the past
releases.
* The core C++ library, renamed to Milena, has been rewritten from
scratch and features numerous additions over the past releases.
Some features have also been dropped or disabled, and some of them
will be reintegrated in future releases. The programming
interface has changed from previous versions, but most programs
using Olena 0.11 can be adapted to the Olena 1.0 API.
* Milena uses a simplified version of the SCOOP 2 paradigm
(informally called SCOOP 1.5), to improve the speed of
compilation and the ease of development while still
providing very good run-time performances.
(informally called SCOOP 1.5), to improve the speed of compilation
and make developing easier while still providing very good
run-time performances.
* A first reimplementation of Swilena featuring Python
wrappers for a very small subset of Milena is available.
The Swilena Python Shell (sps) allows interactive Olena
sessions.
* A first (re)implementation of Swilena featuring Python wrappers
for a very small subset of Milena is available. The bundled
Swilena Python Shell (sps) allows interactive Olena sessions.
* A reference documentation including a tutorial and a quick
reference guide have been started. They do not cover the
whole library yet.
reference guide have been started. They do not cover the whole
Milena library yet.
* Olena includes some demos which use Milena, the core C++
library.
* Olena includes some demos and applications using Milena.
* Olena 0.11 February 21, 2007
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* Olena 0.10 April 15, 2004
* New documentation system.
Now any comment should use doxygen style (i.e. /*! ... */).
Now any comment should use Doxygen style (i.e. /*! ... */).
You can also write some programs inside the comments. They are
compiled at documentation generation time. It is useful to
illustrate some algorithms with concrete input and output. To
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IMPORTANT NOTE: This version is not compatible with older
versions of Olena. The project has been split into three part,
so many header files have moved and new namespaces have been
created. Please read the UPGRADING file for more informations.
created. Please read the UPGRADING file for more information.
* Many source code cleanups.
* The source code has been split into 3 parts: image
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* New `oln.m4' file for use by autoconf'ed user projects.
* Major documentation updates.
* New `oln-config.sh' scripts for user Makefiles.
* Olena now works on MacOS X, NetBSD, FreeBSD and cygwin.
* Olena now works on Mac OS X, NetBSD, FreeBSD and Cygwin.
* Olena 0.6 January 15, 2003
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- `morpho::geodesic_erosion', `morpho::simple_geodesic_erosion'.
- `morpho::get_plus_se_only', `morpho::get_plus_se_p',
`morpho::get_minus_se_only', `morpho::get_minus_se_p': Split
a structural element in a `plus' (lexicaly before than the center)
a structural element in a `plus' (lexically before than the center)
and `minus' (after).
* Misc:
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- the latter six types are instances of the `color' type.
* Processings:
- All basic morpholohical processings (`opening',
- All basic morphological processings (`opening',
`hit_or_miss', `beucher_gradient', etc.) from namespace
`morpho::' have their fast equivalent in namespace
`morpho::fast::'.
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