Sadly, Bitbucket (which host Imebra version control, issue tracker, CI) decided to sunset Mercurial and to support only Git repositories. Despite considering Mercurial superior to Git in every aspect it was too much of an hassle to look for another provider and migrate all the infrastructure, so I decided to migrate the Imebra version control and keep the rest of the infrastructure in place. The new Git repository for Imebra is here:...

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Imebra v5 has been released

Posted on Nov 3, 2019

Imebra v5 is available for download. Imebra v5 is easier to use (no more pointers), has new features like overlays and UID generators, and is faster than its predecessor.

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Imebra 4.5.4 has been released

Posted on May 13, 2019

Imebra 4.5.4 fixes a bug related to the Imebra Pipes (pipes allow to use custom streams for reading/writing DICOM structures). New Android pre-compiled libraries have been released as well, along with a new Android sample project.

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The Imebra Perpetual License has been replaced by the Imebra Unlimited Applications License. The most important changes are: now the upgrades, updates and fixes are available for one yearnow the license holder can buy additional years of support, upgrades, updates and fixes

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Imebra 4.4.0 has been released

Posted on Nov 6, 2018

Imebra 4.4.0 contains a revamped documentation and a minor fix in the objective-c interface. The minor version has been increased because of the new class in the objective-c wrappers.

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