2012/2/1 Jérôme Kieffer <goo...@terre-adelie.org>:
> I wonder if you know "IPOL": http://www.ipol.imThanks, interesting site.
> They publish articles on image processing, featuring implementations (in C/C++).
> I made bindings for their SIFT and SURF feature extractions & image alignment (only 2 img for now). My cython code could be released under BSD if you wish ... but beside this I don't know the license of (all) the original C++ code:As far as I'm aware, the LGPL does not have the same viral properties,
> "The implementation of IPOL algorithms is distributed under a free software license, usually GPL, AGPL, LGPL or BSD."
> It also includes Eigen:
> Eigen is Free Software. It is licensed under the LGPL3+. As an alternative license choice, Eigen is also licensed under the GPL2+.
> So LGPL3 seems to be the most permissive license achievable :-/
but I don't know what the implications are of linking to such code in
a BSD project and I'd rather steer clear for safety.
I'd like to incorporating this code into skimage:
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