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Java2D for SWT Eclipse Plugins ready for Eclipse 3.0

This is the RC1 release for Eclipse 3.0 and GEF 3.0.1.
With this release, plugins are now packaged as feature bundles to ease installation.
A set of ready-to-use examples is also available as a feature.

Please, also test the JAI / Batik installed as JRE extensions configuration (see website: http://www.holongate.org\)

Have fun!

Posted by Christophe Avare 2005-03-28

Java2D for SWT plugins port for Eclipse 3 available

This port is mainly a first attempt to discover all the packaging issues.
Everything should work, except for:
- missing draw2d / GEF support, but not showstopper on the topic,
- missing native accelaration for linux/gtk + motif (need to set a new linux box)

Please, also test the JAI / Batik installed as JRE extensions configuration (see website: http://www.holongate.org\)

Have fun!

Posted by Christophe Avare 2004-11-22

Holongate.org final v2.0.1 available

The Java2D support for Eclipse and GEF 2.1 has reach its final version.
This is the last release for Eclipse 2.1.X.
For more information on the development plan, see http://www.holongate.org.

Posted by Christophe Avare 2004-10-16

Java2D for SWT plugins updated

The GEF/Draw2D support has been updated with minor bug corrections, and the distibution is now complete.
The final release is scheduled for September 2004.

Posted by Christophe Avare 2004-08-03

Java2D for SWT plugins updated

The plugin suite that allow you to use Java2D inside your SWT 2.1 application is updated with support for Draw2d and GEF.

Posted by Christophe Avare 2004-07-18

Holongate.org Java2D for SWT Eclipse plugins major update

After more than a year, a new version of the plugins is available with more performance (native acceleration for Windows, Linux/Gtk, Linux Motif), a standalone version (outside Elcipse) better SVG support (Scripting, dynamic documents), and a whole new website.
Have fun!

Posted by Christophe Avare 2004-05-04

Holongate Plugins for Eclipse moved to SourceForge.net!

Because the need for a strong Java2D and other graphics capabilities like SVG support in Eclipse is steadily growing with the Eclipse community,
it is now time to move the project one step forward.
SourceForge.net is the place where we can find the tools we need to mold our ideas.
The source, and the door, is open: you're welcome
at http://sourceforge.net/projects/holongate

Posted by Christophe Avare 2003-01-16