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Image Processing with ImageJ by José María Mateos Pérez, Javier Pascau

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Setting up ImageJ under the Eclipse IDE

Developing simple plugins for ImageJ can be accomplished with the default editor and a little effort. For more complex programs, the Fiji editor provides extra niceties (such as syntax coloring and more informative error messages). But the real breakthrough comes when combining the ImageJ plugin system and an advanced Java IDE. In this section, we will set up Eclipse (http://www.eclipse.org/) to work with ImageJ. This will allow us to write, debug, and run our plugins in a better way.

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Though we have chosen Eclipse for this section, the basics should be easily translated to other popular development environments, for example, NetBeans.

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This section assumes that you already have a working Eclipse installation. ...

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