This is a module for the Insight Toolkit (ITK) for segmentation and registration. It is designed to work with the ITK modular system.
This module is a template to be used as a starting point for a new ITK module.
The following will get an external module started in a new repository:
python -m pip install cookiecutter python -m cookiecutter gh:InsightSoftwareConsortium/ITKModuleTemplate # Fill in the information requested at the prompts
Reasonable defaults will be provided for all of the parameters. The parameters are:
- Your full name.
- Your email.
- This is a name for the project, which is ITK followed by the module name, by convention. Examples include ITKIsotropicWavelets or ITKBoneMorphometry.
- This is the name of the module. Since this is an external module, it does not start with the ITK prefix. It is in CamelCase, by convention. Examples include IsotropicWavelets and BoneMorphometry.
- The skeleton of an
itk::ImageToImageFilterwill be created by default. Optionally specify this value, if you will be adding an
itk::ImageToImageFilterto your module.
- This is the name of the Python package that will be created from the module. By convention, this is itk- For example, itk-isotropicwavelets or itk-bonemorphometry.
- This is the download url added to the Python package metadata. This can be the GitHub repository URL.
- A short description to use in the project README, module Doxygen documentation, and Python package documentation.
- A long description to use in the project README, module Doxygen documentation, and Python package documentation.
The output of the cookiecutter is a buildable ITK external module with example classes. Remove or replace the classes with your new classes. Push your new module to GitHub, and enable builds on CircleCI, TravisCI, and AppVeyor.
After an Insight Journal article has been submitted, the module can be included in ITK as a remote module. Add a file in "ITK/Modules/Remote" called "YourModule.remote.cmake", for this module it would be "ExternalExample.remote.cmake" with the followlowing contents:
itk_fetch_module(MyModule "A description of the a module." GIT_REPOSITORY http://github.com/myuser/ITKMyModule.git GIT_TAG abcdef012345 )
CI Testing and Python Packages
Continuous integration service configurations are included to build and test the C++ core of packages across platforms and build binary Python packages for Linux, macOS, and Windows. These packages can be downloaded and uploaded to the Python Package Index (PyPI).
In the transition to the major release of ITKv5 your module might want
to be compatible with both versions: ITKv4 and ITKv5. In order to do
that, keep the master branch for development with ITKv5, and create
another branch, named
release, that is compatible with the
version 4.13 of ITK. For examples and updated information on how to do
this: please check the discourse
This software is distributed under the Apache 2.0 license. Please see the LICENSE file for details.
- Bradley Lowekamp
- Matt McCormick
- Jean-Baptiste VIMORT