MissionTo provide a complete and robust java package to read and manipulate the GXL format AND to provide a graphical editor.
GXL? What and Why?The Graph eXchange Language is a (XML) format for storing graphs. It is designed to be a standard exchange format for graphs. And since graphs can store the other common data structures (lists, tables and trees) it is a perfect way to enable interoperability between different information storages and applications.
For more information on the GXL format and applications that uses it, see the GXL website:
Latest News2004-04-25 - GXL Core 0.92 Released
Thanks to Alex Ivanov a local copy of the DTD is now always used, removing the need for an Internet connection.
2004-03-21 - GXL Core 0.91 Released
Fixes two bugs and adds an easier way to manipulate GXL attributes.
2003-12-27 - GXL Core 0.9 Released
Features a much more thought through, clean package with extended API documentation explaining GXL features. Also includes an improved validation mechanism to provide consistent and correct GXL validation on the fly.
2003-10-06 - GXLGraphpad 0.81 Released
The JGraph libraries are now bundled with the release, removing the need to download separate files and allowing simple double-clicks to start the editor.