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continue;
end
% any cells that were the result of a split where cellID=trackID
% mean those cells weren't tracked.
% BUT there is an exception. If we split the cell, and it worked,
% and then later that cell turns out to be a sibling in a mitosis,
% then we can't undo the split
cmd=['SELECT cellID,trackID FROM tblCells where cellID IN ('...
cellIDs(2:end-1) ') AND cellID=trackID'];
mergeQ=fetch(conn,cmd);
if ~isempty(mergeQ)
% we have untracked cells in the split (cellID==trackID)
% before undoing, check for any of the split cells are in a mitosis
idSplitStr=['(' cellIDs(2:end-1) ')'];
cmd=['select * from tblFamilies where cellID_parent in ' idSplitStr...
' or cellID_child1 in ' idSplitStr ' or cellID_child2 in ' idSplitStr];
q=fetch(conn,cmd);
if ~isempty(q)
% can't undo this split -- one of the splittees is a child
continue
end
% ok -- we have untracked cells in the split, and none of the
% splittees are involved in a mitosis. undo it.
fprintf(1,'found untracked cells from reseg split -- merging\n');
Write.undoEdit(conn,editQ{i,1},0);
end
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{
"name": "leverjs",
"version": "1.2.6",
"version": "1.2.7",
"min_db_version": "1.2.0",
"description": "live cell & organelle image analysis",
"main": "elever/main.js",
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```
git lfs install
```
5. on windows, install windows-build-tools package. start a powershell prompt as administrator, and run
```
npm install --global windows-build-tools --vs2015
```
after this completes (it takes a while) close the powershell prompt.
<h2>installation</H2>
......@@ -94,8 +99,6 @@ and browse to localhost:3000 using chrome,firefox or opera (any webgl2 compliant
<h4> installation troubleshooting </h4>
some users have reported trouble with npm not installing electron (once on a Mac, once on Windows 8). if this fails, try 'npm config set production=false' and rerun. If that doesn't work, or even if it does, please shoot me an email as I'd like to better understand what's afoot here.
also, if on windows 'npm run postinstall' fails, you may want to try 'npm install --global --production windows-build-tools'. This will make sure python 2.7 and microsoft build tools are present and on your path. See https://www.npmjs.com/package/windows-build-tools for more details.
<h3>notes</h3>
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