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[SCIRUN-USERS] extending ITK support

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  • From: Carlos Santos <>
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  • Subject: [SCIRUN-USERS] extending ITK support
  • Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2005 11:56:57 -0300
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Dear all,

I am starting out with both SCIRun and ITK and I am really interested
in incorporating more ITK filters into SCIRun. I found the
documentation about wrapping the filters, distributed with the Insight
Applications package and successfully wrapped the CannyEdgeDetection

Now I'd like to automate the generation of XML descriptions for the
filters. Since I've built ITK with python support, I thought of using
python's reflective abilities to discover information about the
filters (like supported methods) and create the descriptors. Probably,
some manual editing would still be necessary after that.

Before diving into what might be duplicate work, I'd like to know if
there are some other efforts for extending ITK support in SCIRun. Any
comments on the described approach would be wellcome. I would be
willing to contribute back to the SCIRun project any resultant

Yours sincerely,
Carlos Santos

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