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Note that the software must be compiled from source using CMake and your favorite C++ compiler.  The toolkit can be installed, but it is not necessary -- it can be used directly from its build directory.
Note that the software must be compiled from source using CMake and your favorite C++ compiler.  The toolkit can be installed, but it is not necessary -- it can be used directly from its build directory.


=== Linux Package Distributions ===
=== Linux Package Distributions (Currently ITK3 only!) ===


==== Debian ====
==== Debian ====

Revision as of 13:11, 10 June 2012

The source distribution for ITK can be obtained in two ways:

  1. Official release tarballs
  2. Git SCM checkout.

1. Official Releases

Source code

Note that the software must be compiled from source using CMake and your favorite C++ compiler. The toolkit can be installed, but it is not necessary -- it can be used directly from its build directory.

Linux Package Distributions (Currently ITK3 only!)

Debian

 sudo apt-get install libinsighttoolkit3-dev

Ubuntu

 sudo apt-get install libinsighttoolkit3-dev

This will give you the libraries and development headers. Packaging for ITKv4 is underway.

2. Git

Development

  git clone git://itk.org/ITK.git

Latest Stable Release

  git clone -b release git://itk.org/ITK.git ITKLatestRelease

Previous Releases

You can get specific releases by using the tags, for example:

  git  clone -b v4.0.0   git://itk.org/ITK.git   ITK-4.0.0




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