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>the instructions on your website for
installing the software seems to be only for PCs
Which instructions are you looking at? The Development section of the wiki has many guides with different purposes. They are virtually all intended to be cross-platform, with platform-specific issues noted when relevant. If you point me to the resource you were trying to use though I can try and clarify the instructions.
>"...check the "master*" branch..." there is
no master branch option anywhere
All ImageJ source code is hosted on GitHub. The "master" branch is Git terminology for the "authoritative" state of code in a repository. A repository can contain other branches, but the "master" branch is intended for general use. For example, if you go to the ImageJ 1.x source on GitHub, you will see that the web UI defaults to showing you the contents on the "master" branch. The Sources page on the wiki documents the structure of source code for ImageJ projects.
--- MarkHiner ImageJ2 developer
>I am trying to develop a plugin in Netbeans for my ImageJ project,
but although I can write >the code, when I try a run or debug, the ImageJ
menu sometimes doesn't appear, >although the menu bar does appear. When
the menu appears, my plugins do not show up >under the Plugins menu even
though they contain the required underscore. I use a Mac 13 >inch
PowerBook with Retina Display, and the instructions on your website for
installing the >software seems to be only for PCs, even though I am on
the Mac site, where it says, >"...check the "master*" branch..." there is
no master branch option anywhere. I can find no >information on the
Internet that gives accurate instructions for us Mac owners. Can
>someone help me out? Thanks!
>Chris Coulon, Ph.D.
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