Difference between revisions of "ITK/Release 4/Modularization/Add an external module (external module)"

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* [[ITK_Release_4/Modularization/ Add a module|Add a module(internal module)]]
An external module is distributed outside the ITK main repository, but it could be built into ITK as a module once downloaded into the local copy of ITK source tree.
 
The organization of an external module should be the same as an internal module:
[[ITK_Release_4/Modularization/ Add a module|Add a module(internal module)]]
 
Users could download an external module and put it into local copy of ITK source tree under: "ITK/Modules/External/".
 
To build an external module, simply rerun CMake step to configure the new external module together with other enabled ITK modules.
 




An example is Lesion Sizing Toolkit:
An example is Lesion Sizing Toolkit:
  [http://public.kitware.com/LesionSizingKit/index.php/Users/Build_LST_as_ITK_module Lesion Sizing Toolkit Wiki]
  [http://public.kitware.com/LesionSizingKit/index.php/Users/Build_LST_as_ITK_module Lesion Sizing Toolkit Wiki]

Revision as of 15:32, 19 June 2011

An external module is distributed outside the ITK main repository, but it could be built into ITK as a module once downloaded into the local copy of ITK source tree.

The organization of an external module should be the same as an internal module: Add a module(internal module)

Users could download an external module and put it into local copy of ITK source tree under: "ITK/Modules/External/".

To build an external module, simply rerun CMake step to configure the new external module together with other enabled ITK modules.


An example is Lesion Sizing Toolkit:

Lesion Sizing Toolkit Wiki