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Who we are
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Gordon Shepherd

Northwestern University

Karel Svoboda

Janelia Farm Research Campus

Vijay Iyer

iyerv at janelia dot hhmi dot org

Jinyang Liu

liuj at janelia dot hhmi dot org

Tim O'Connor

oconnor at cshl dot org

Past Developers

Tom Pologruto

Vice President, Credit Suisse

Bernardo Sabatini

Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School

Contributors
We thank the following for their extensive assistance, in the form of testing, suggestions, bugfixes, and, in some cases, code contributions. Those with extensive code contributions are denoted in italics.

Eugenia Chiappe, Mac Hooks, Vivek Jayaraman, Takaki Komiyama, Leopolodo Petreanu, Jesper Sjostrom, Aleksander Sobczyk

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In the works
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  • Integration of ScanImage and Ephus
  • Support for new classes of laser scanners, such as resonant and acousto-optic scanners
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Tools we use

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Subversion info
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The Ephus and ScanImage codebases reside on a single Subversion (SVN) repository hosted at JFRC (an Apache v2.2. http server running SVN server v1.4)

The repository is located at http://svn.janelia.org/svobodalab/software/distribution. It is subdivided into projects, each of which has its own URL:

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What is Subversion?
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Subversion is a free open source version control system, whose development is backed by a company (Collabnet). Using Subversion, code is hosted in a repository on a server and can be checked out into local working copies. Developers can commit code changes made in their working copy; they can update their working copies with changes made (by others) from the repository. Changes by different people (or the same person in different working copies) to the same file are merged automatically to the extent possible; otherwise conflicts are reported and must be manually resolved.

TortoiseSVN is a convenient GUI Subversion client for Windows which provides access to virtually all Subversion features.

Download Subversion Client

TortoiseSVN (Windows graphical client)

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Documentation

Subversion (command-line client)

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Documentation

Repository Organization

Following the SVN convention, each project consists of three folders: trunk, branches, and tags.

  • The trunk contains the 'current' development version of the project's codebase. Changes to be included in the next release are committed here.
  • The tags folder contains snapshots of the trunk that have been captured; this allows previous versions of the codebase to be reconstituted. In our usage, the majority of tags are numbered releases.
  • The branches folder contains developer-specific, long-term, or experimental versions of the project's codebase; its changes are isolated from the trunk. Generally, for each branch, changes are periodically (and ultimately) merged to and from the trunk.
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