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MNI medical image format development environment

This package contains the library and headers for libminc and libvolume_io.

The Minc file format is a highly flexible medical image file format built on top of the NetCDF generalized data format. The format is simple, self-describing, extensible, portable and N-dimensional, with programming interfaces for both low-level data access and high-level volume manipulation. On top of the libraries is a suite of generic image-file manipulation tools. The format, libraries and tools are designed for use in a medical-imaging research environment : they are simple and powerful and make no attempt to provide a pretty interface to users.

Package version:1.5-1


minc (1.5-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream.

 -- Steve M. Robbins <>  Mon, 13 Nov 2006 23:26:13 -0600

minc (1.4.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream.

 -- Steve M. Robbins <>  Sat, 11 Nov 2006 22:14:54 -0600

minc (1.4-4) unstable; urgency=low

  * testdir/create_grid_xfm.c: initialize minc_input_options properly.
  Closes: #352183.

 -- Steve M. Robb


2006-02-19  Steve M. Robbins  <>

	* testdir/create_grid_xfm.c (main): Initialize variable
	mio before using.

2005-07-29  Bert Vincent <>
	* progs/mincstats/mincstats.c: Add warning when mask file
	specified with no mask range option.
2005-07-28  Bert Vincent <>
	* conversion/nifti1/mnc2nii.c: Implement fix suggested by


This package was debianized by Steven Robbins in August 2001
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Copyright 1993-2000 Peter Neelin and David MacDonald, McConnell Brain
Imaging Centre, Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University.
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