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Xenomorph Image Processor

Xenomorph is a floating-point image processor built for precision, not for speed. It includes a big, extendable set of filters, including linear, polynomial, and morphologic operators. It is the only system allowing morphologic volterra filters.

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RSS Recent releases

  •  17 Jul 2004 13:11

Release Notes: This version introduces rank filters.

  •  07 Dec 2002 13:31

Release Notes: This version is the same as 0.5, except that it was modified to allow compilation with GCC 3.x as well as GCC 2.x.

  •  28 Nov 2002 17:12

Release Notes: Better filter access with a tear-off filter menu, and new filters.

  •  19 Nov 2002 13:22

Release Notes: Some bugs were fixed, and new filters were added.

  •  10 Nov 2002 01:35

Release Notes: This release includes new filters, Soft Morphologic Operators, and the rank-selection has been optimized in speed and precision.

RSS Recent comments

07 Dec 2002 12:27 ewald72

GCC 3 compliance
As some of you may have noticed, the GNU Compiler Collection
3.x can't compile Xenomorph 0.1 to 0.5, basically because GCC
1.x and 2.x did not use namespace restrictions, but 3.x does.
I've released a patched 0.5 version, xenomorph 0.5.1, which
is GCC3 compliant.
Trolltech seems to have similar problems with their QT3
package, they don't compile with GCC3.
You should use the QT3 versions delivered with your system
until Trolltech releases a patch.

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