Release Notes: Numerous minor API additions and code speedups.
Release Notes: This release adds an implementation of the Mukres or Hungarian algorithm for finding a minimum cost assignment. There are many additions to the contrib libraries. Many bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: A lot of work was done on improving the build system, so it is now even easier to get the code working on new compilers. MinGW and bcc 5.5 are now supported, and it is now easy to build only subsections of VXL, such as just the numerics libraries. There were lots of additions to the core libraries. VNL has a random number generator that produces the same high quality sequence on every platform. VIL can now read DICOM (medical) and NITF (satellite) images. VIDL now supports AVI files on Windows and Linux.