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Image Processing with ImageJ - Second Edition by Javier Pascau, José María Mateos Pérez, Jurjen Broeke

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Running and debugging plugins

Once you have created your code, you are ready to compile it. Java is not an interpreted language and requires that the source code is compiled into byte code that can be processed by the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Depending on how you're developing the code, there are different ways to proceed. You can use ImageJ directly, use the Fiji Code Editor, or use the NetBeans IDE. How you proceed also depends on whether you are developing a legacy plugin or a scijava plugin. The following sections will look at the legacy plugins first.

Compiling plugins

Compiling and running plugins differs a little between vanilla ImageJ and Fiji due to the fact that Fiji is based on the SciJava framework. Also, when using an IDE, there ...

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