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After downloading and extracting the MiToBo Binaries zip you will find the following structure in the MiToBo-bin directory

  • docs - includes the MiToBo manual
  • lib - includes nesessary libaries for Linux and Windows
  • licences - includes MiToBo license and licences for other software used by MiToBo
  • macros - includes the MiToBo macro toolset
  • plugins - includes MiToBo jar and other jars used by MiToBo
  • and - scripts for Linux OS

Notice: The ImageJ directory path depends on your ImageJ installation. Following, we assume that the ImageJ home directory is set up to C:\Program Files\ImageJ\.<br\>

For installing MiToBo into an existing ImageJ installation perform the following steps:

  1. go to the MiToBo-bin\plugins\ directory
    • copy the Mi_To_Bo.jar to your ..\ImageJ\plugins\ directory
    • copy all jars to your ..\ImageJ\plugins\jars\ directory except the ij.jar and jars already existing
      (Notice: MiToBo requires explicite versions of some jars, other versions may not work probably, see requirements.)

  2. go to the MiToBo-bin\lib\ directory
    • copy the libwin32 directory to your ..\ImageJ\ directory

  3. go to the MiToBo-bin\macros\toolsets\ directory
    • copy the MiToBo_Runner.txt to your ..\ImageJ\macros\toolsets\ directory

  4. configurate your ImageJ startup

  • edit ImageJ configuration file ../ImageJ/ImageJ.cfg and add the library path

    -Djava.library.path="C:\Program Files\ImageJ\libwin32"

    Example of an ImageJ.cfg file:
   C:\Program Files\ImageJ\
   C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\javaw.exe
   -Djava.library.path="C:\Program Files\ImageJ\libwin32" -cp "C:\Program Files\ImageJ\ij.jar" ij.ImageJ

  • as an alternative you can start ImageJ from command line
  • open your Windows command line
  • move to the ../ImageJ/ directoy
  • type the following command:
  java -Djava.library.path="C:\Program Files\ImageJ\libwin32" -cp "C:\Program Files\ImageJ\ij.jar" ij.ImageJ