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Last Build Date: Mon, 19 Sep 2016 21:09:56 -0000

 



JGraphT Version 1.0 Released!

Mon, 19 Sep 2016 21:09:56 -0000

We are pleased to announce the release of JGraphT 1.0.0, a new milestone in the history of JGraphT! We would like to thank all contributors for their many valuable contributions and support throughout the years.

This release requires JDK 1.8. We have made some major modifications to the code base; for a full change log, please refer to:

https://github.com/jgrapht/jgrapht/blob/master/HISTORY.md




JGraphT Version 0.9.2 Released

Mon, 04 Apr 2016 05:06:30 -0000

This is an incremental release including all contributions since the 0.9.1 release. This is the last release for which JGraphT will support a JDK 1.7 build; for the next release, we will require JDK 1.8.

You can see the full change list here:
https://github.com/jgrapht/jgrapht/blob/master/HISTORY.md




JGraphT Version 0.9.1 Released

Sat, 11 Apr 2015 20:43:38 -0000

This is a minor maintenance release including all contributions since the 0.9.0 release. Starting with this release, JGraphT requires JDK 1.7 to build.

You can see the full change list here:

https://github.com/jgrapht/jgrapht/blob/jgrapht-0.9.1/HISTORY.md




JGraphT Version 0.9.0 Released

Wed, 18 Dec 2013 09:13:41 -0000

After almost two years since the 0.8.3 release, this is a major
release involving some big renovations to project structure:

  • move from Sourceforge to github
  • dual licensing (LGPL + EPL)
  • use mvn instead of ant for build
  • publish official release artifacts to Maven Central

There are also a number of new algorithms and bugfixes; you can see
the full change list here:

https://github.com/jgrapht/jgrapht/blob/jgrapht-0.9.0/HISTORY.md

A huge shout-out goes to Andreas Schnaiter, Isaac Kleinman, Owen
Jacobson, Oliver Schrenk, and Oliver Kopp for their help with the
project modernization efforts. It has been really gratifying to see
everyone pitch in to keep JGraphT in step with the times.

And as always, a hearty thanks to all who made suggestions and code
contributions for this release, big or small.

JVS




Source control for JGraphT has moved!

Mon, 09 Apr 2012 06:18:55 -0000

You can now find the latest code in github:

https://github.com/jgrapht/jgrapht

To send contributions, please submit a pull request there.




JGraphT Version 0.8.0 Released

Mon, 29 Sep 2008 09:10:51 -0000

Looking for a typesafe graph-theory library with a rich gallery of data structures, views, iterators, algorithms, and visualization adapters? JGraphT may be just what you need. The generics support will feel very natural to anyone using the standard generic collection classes; both vertex and edge types are parameterized, so you never have to typecast when accessing the contents of a graph model. Come by http://www.jgrapht.org and check it out.

This release moves JGraphT to Java 1.6, and also under the umbrella of The Eigenbase Project, a 501(c)(3) non profit public charity. Donations help ensure regular project releases, and will also be used to add services such as Cruise Control and code coverage reporting to keep JGraphT quality high.




JGraphT 0.7.3 Released

Mon, 28 Jan 2008 03:29:13 -0000

Looking for a typesafe graph-theory library with a rich gallery of data structures, views, iterators, algorithms, and visualization adapters? JGraphT may be just what you need. The generics support will feel very natural to anyone using the standard generic collection classes; both vertex and edge types are parameterized, so you never have to typecast when accessing the contents of a graph model. Come by http://www.jgrapht.org and check it out.

This release is a maintenance release, including a number of bugfixes and component contributions which have accumulated since the 0.7.2 release. In particular, the GraphPath interface has been added to allow the result of k-shortest-paths to be accessed properly.




JGraphT 0.7.2 Released

Fri, 14 Dec 2007 18:49:14 -0000

Looking for a typesafe graph-theory library with a rich gallery of data structures, views, iterators, algorithms, and visualization adapters? JGraphT may be just what you need. The generics support in v0.7.2 will feel very natural to anyone using the standard generic collection classes; both vertex and edge types are parameterized, so you never have to typecast when accessing the contents of a graph model. Come by http://www.jgrapht.org and check it out.

This release is a maintenance release, including a number of bugfixes and component contributions which have accumulated since the 0.7.1 release. New algorithms and data structures in this release include biconnectivity and cutpoint inspection, k-shortest paths, and additional graph views.

(Note that the 0.7.2 release actually went out on September 29, 2007; this news article is a bit tardy.)




JGraphT 0.7.1 Released

Wed, 21 Mar 2007 06:07:38 -0000

Looking for a typesafe graph-theory library with a rich gallery of data structures, views, iterators, algorithms, and visualization adapters? JGraphT may be just what you need. The generics support in v0.7.0 will feel very natural to anyone using the standard generic collection classes; both vertex and edge types are parameterized, so you never have to typecast when accessing the contents of a graph model. Come by http://www.jgrapht.org and check it out.

This release is a maintenance release, including a number of bugfixes and component contributions which have accumulated since the 0.7.0 release.




JGraphT 0.7.0 Released

Mon, 03 Jul 2006 08:19:07 -0000

Looking for a typesafe graph-theory library with a rich gallery of data structures, views, iterators, algorithms, and visualization adapters? JGraphT may be just what you need. The generics support in v0.7.0 will feel very natural to anyone using the standard generic collection classes; both vertex and edge types are parameterized, so you never have to typecast when accessing the contents of a graph model. Come by http://www.jgrapht.org and check it out.