Sorry, I had forgotten to change the release number in the source file.
It's been corrected, you will have to move your tag locally or update your
file if you had already downloaded it.

On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 8:40 AM, Simon Rit <>

> Dear RTK users,
> RTK v1.3.0 <> has just
> been released, about 7 months after RTK v1.2.0.
> Release notes :
> - Style updated (follow more closely latest ITK guidelines).
> - Started using Travis CI, github pull requests should now be used for
> code submission.
> - New pre-processing functionalities:
>   * CUDA polynomial gain correction,
>   * scatter glare correction,
>   * lag correction,
>   * idark option,
>   * removed threshold to positive values after i0 LUT.
> - Improved CUDA forward and backprojection speed using projection slabs.
> - Added motion-compensated forward and back projection operators in CUDA,
> in both 3D and 4D.
> - Added the rtkregularizedconjugategradient application, which performs
> 3D regularized reconstruction by conjugate gradient + optional
> regularizations (Positivity, TV, Wavelets).
> - Made the rtkfourdrooster, rtkmcrooster and
> rtkregularizedconjugategradient fully modular. Each regularization step
> can be made active or inactive.
> - Added a filter to minimize the L0 norm of the temporal gradient (one-D
> only).
> Many thanks to the contributors, in alphabetical order for this release: Cyril
> Mory, Deepak Roy Chittajallu, Fabien Momey, Hans Johnson, Julien Jomier, 
> S├ębastien
> Brousmiche, Simon Rit
> As usual, be aware that we don't focus on releases since we have a public
> github repository <> that we try to keep
> stable. I still recommend the use of the master HEAD over releases to
> enjoy the new RTK developments before their release. We still have a few
> on-going projects for which we will use and enhance RTK.
> Simon (for the RTK consortium)
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