By way of follow-up. I went on to download the nightly build. It seems to produce the same startup errors, so I’m unclear that ilastik has been removed. Further, running the built in example analysis seems to succeed, but produces a number of cryptic exceptions on the console along the way. I’m guessing you are aware of these, but it is disconcerting to end-users.
Should I have found a known-issues page somewhere that I missed?
By the way, in trying to use ‘help about’ to accurately report the nightly build version, I got this:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “cellprofiler\gui\cpframe.pyc”, line 973, in about
File “cellprofiler\gui\dialog.pyc”, line 15, in init
File “pkg_resources_init_.pyc”, line 545, in get_distribution
File “pkg_resources_init_.pyc”, line 425, in get_provider
File “pkg_resources_init_.pyc”, line 946, in require
File “pkg_resources_init_.pyc”, line 833, in resolve
DistributionNotFound: The ‘cellprofiler’ distribution was not found and is required by the application
The console output (CP 2.4.0RC1 rev 29342ff) containing the exceptions during the example processing (on Windows 10) is attached.Cell Profiler Built in example.txt (0 Bytes)