The Graphical Editing Framework (GEF) provides technology to create rich graphical applications. It is currently driven in two streams:
- The originally available production components Draw2d and GEF (MVC) (3.x), and Zest (1.x), which support 2D-rendering on top of SWT as well as the creation of creating graphical editors and graph-based visualization views for the Eclipse Worbench UI, are still maintained but will not be further developed.
- The next generation GEF4 production components GEF4 Common, GEF4 Geometry, GEF4 FX, GEF4 Graph, GEF4 Layout, GEF4 MVC, GEF4 Zest, GEF4 DOT, and GEF4 Cloudio (0.x) are actively being developed in terms of smaller, more lightweight components that make use of JavaFX instead of SWT as underlying rendering technology and support building of rich graphical applications that can be integrated into the Eclipse Workbench UI (using a JavaFX-SWT-integration) or deployed standalone.
From June 27th, 2012 to June 22nd, 2016
|3.10.1 (Mars.1) New!||2015-09-25||Review|
|3.9.101 (Luna SR1)||2014-09-26|
|3.9.1 (Kepler SR1)||2013-09-27|
|3.8.2 (Juno SR2)||2013-02-23|
|3.8.1 (Juno SR1)||2012-09-23|
Commits on this project (last 12 months).