Re: FYI: open source graphs in Java

From: Jack Park (
Date: Wed Aug 22 2001 - 07:17:59 PDT

  • Next message: Murray Altheim: "Re: FYI: open source graphs in Java"

    Great find, Murray. Notice he also has a database dependency project that
    uses this graph package.


    At 05:54 PM 8/21/2001 -0700, you wrote:
    >The goal of this project is to create an opensource Java library, licensed
    >under LGPL, to create and manipulate graphs. Current features include:
    > Directed, undirected, directed acylic graphs, and weighted graphs.
    > Simple graph algorithms, such as graph traversal, minimum spanning
    > tree and shortest path spanning trees for weighted graphs.
    > Basic graph drawing, including straight line and orthogonal graph
    > drawing. However, more work still needs to be done here.
    > User interaction, such as creating and removing a vertex, creating and
    > removing an edge, dragging a vertex, and changing some of the vertex and
    > edge properties.
    > OpenJGraph - Java Graph and Graph Drawing Project
    >The only question for me is the license, as I don't know the difference
    >between GPL and LGPL in terms of being a virus license.
    >Murray Altheim, SGML/XML Grease Monkey <mailto:murray.altheim&#64;>
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