Paul Hughett on the comp.lang.python newsgroup writes: ‘…The source distribution kit for BBLimage version 0.63 is now available
from http://www.med.upenn.edu/bbl/publications_downloads/downloads/software.shtml BBLimage is a collection of tools for processing volume images, especially medical images; it includes Pyvox, a Python extension
for large multi-dimensional arrays. BBLimage is currently available as an alpha release under an
open-source license and is written in ANSI C and designed to be easily portable to any Unix or Posix-compatible platform. It is known to compile and run on Linux/Intel 2.4 and Solaris/Sparc 7. Some programs also require the X Window System.
NOTE: Alas, the current version has only been tested on RedHat 6.2 Linux. We are still digesting some recent major improvements and
portability has not quite caught up yet. We *do* intend to fix this.
Paul Hughett, Ph.D. Research Associate and
Brain Behavior Laboratory Computer Systems Manager
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Hospital of the University (215) 662-2826 (voice)
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