I would like to use the exciting new multi-image file programmatically in my scripts (matlab in my case, but doesn't really matter). I couldn't find any related method in the doxygen documentations. Any pointers on how to do that will be appreciated!
> I would like to use the exciting new multi-image file programmatically in my
> scripts (matlab in my case, but doesn't really matter).
> How should I specify for it to save into the multi-image file format?
You can use the line:
> As a note, the doxygen docs are probably out of date, a few methods that I found related to the new TaggedImage classes (core.getTaggedImage) where not there.
Some functions are added in the SWIG layer, which translates C++ to Java. Regretfully, creating documentation for functions that are generated there is complicated. They do not show in the doxygen-generated files that describe the C++ files. We can generate Javadoc from the generated Java classes, but those do not include comments. We once looked at importing comments through the SWIG layer but failed to find a nice solution.
In any case, I updated the javadoc and doxygen generated files. Those should have been updated automatically, not sure why that did not happen..
> However, while doing so I get an error message: "summary metadata not found or corrupt". From the Logfile:
> LOG(2012-10-18T14:23:02.920219, 7096, 00000000210867D0:): > Error: Couldn't find SlicesFirst or TimeFirst in summary metadata
> LOG(2012-10-18T14:23:02.920219, 7096, 00000000210867D0:): > Error: Summary metadata not found or corrupt. Is this a Micro-Manager dataset?
I remember this error from a few days ago. Are you using the very latest nightly build?