Release Notes: This release features the decompression of DICOM files containing JPEG and JPEG-LS images. Furthermore, to support algorithmic research for medical imaging, Orthanc now allows the download of images as matrices through its REST API, in a format that is directly compatible with Matlab and Octave, without using any DICOM library.
Release Notes: This release introduces the possibility of creating DICOM images through the REST API of Orthanc. It is also possible to dynamically add/update/remove DICOM modalities and peers. Routing speed is greatly improved by keeping SCU connections alive for 5 seconds, hence avoiding unnecessary handshakes. Many portions of the code have been refactored, and some bugfixes for anonymization/modification are included.
Release Notes: This maintenance release fixes the Heartbleed vulnerability in static builds of Orthanc. Dcm4Chee is now supported. Minor features are also included, such as a better logging about missing DICOM tags, the automatic discovering of the path to the DCMTK dictionaries, and more flexibility in the setting of the port number of the remote modalities (that can be given as a string).
Release Notes: This release features a new, more robust implementation of the Query/Retrieve server. It is possible to attach custom files to patients, studies, series, or instances. The raw content of the pixel data fields can also be downloaded for more transfer syntaxes (notably JPEG). Many bugfixes are included.
Release Notes: This release features for support the JPEG/JPEG2k transfer syntaxes. It is also possible for the medInria viewer to get its images from Orthanc directly through DICOM Query/Retrieve.
Release Notes: This maintenance release features better compatibility in the ZIP archives that are downloaded from Orthanc (notably for Mac OS X), an important refactoring of the CMake options, and support for big-endian architectures.
Release Notes: This major release introduces support of Query/Retrieve into Orthanc, turning it into a real mini-PACS server. Technically speaking, Orthanc now acts as a C-Find SCP, C-Move SCP, and C-Store SCP. It is therefore possible for standard DICOM tools or viewers (such as OsiriX, 3D Slicer, or Ginkgo CADx) to retrieve medical images directly from Orthanc.
Release Notes: This release features the introduction of a standalone C++ SDK for connecting to Orthanc. This SDK is known as "Orthanc Client".
Release Notes: This release implements the detection of stable DICOM resources. A stable resource is defined as a patient, a study, or a series that has not received any new instance for a sufficient amount of time. This feature is important to automate some imaging flows, such as the autorouting of modified DICOM instances. With Orthanc 0.6.1, it is also possible to make a C-Find SCU query at the instance level, which is necessary for WADO querying.
Release Notes: This release adds a C++ client to access the content of Orthanc through the REST API. It also features support for signed images and the sending of DICOM instances through the HTTP protocol. Several fixes are also included.