RTK 2.1.0 Released

RTK v2.1.0 has just been released, about six months after RTK v2.0.1. This release is intended for inclusion in the ITK v5.1rc01 release. Python packages will be prepared after the release of ITK v5.1rc01.

Release notes:
  • Application of ITK's clang-format (Simon Rit).
  • Setup of Azure pipelines (Lucas Gandel).
  • 2 materials spectral one-step with Cuda (Pierre-Antoine Rodesch).
  • New Python wrappings (Pierre-Antoine Rodesch and Antoine Robert).
  • Simulation of attenuated line integrals (Simon Rit).
  • Spatially varying regularization weights in spectral one step (Simon Rit).
  • Add CPU and Cuda memory probes when reporting performances (Simon Rit).
  • Streaming of projections in spectral one step (Simon Rit).
  • New installation instructions (Simon Rit).
  • Various bugs and style fixes.

Many thanks to all contributors, in alphabetical order for this release: Gordian Kabelitz, Antoine Robert, Lucas Gandel, Simon Rit and Pierre-Antoine Rodesch.

As usual, be aware that we don't focus on releases since we have a public github repository that we try to keep stable. I still recommend the use of the master HEAD over releases to enjoy the new RTK developments before their release. We still have a few on-going projects for which we will use and enhance RTK.

RTK is available for download from the download page. It is also available through GIT.

Simon (for the RTK consortium)