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== Reference Examples ==
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The [[GEF]] project currently provides 4 reference examples for GEF (MVC), which are bundled with the SDK and can be obtained via the GEF cvs repository:
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=== Draw2d ===
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There is a bunch of [http://nyssen.blogspot.com/2010/12/draw2d-examples-hidden-treasure.html Draw2d Examples], currently '''NOT''' bundled with the GEF SDK, which can be obtained from the GEF source code repository.
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=== GEF (MVC) ===
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There are four reference examples for GEF (MVC), which are bundled with the SDK and can as well be obtained via the GEF cvs repository:
 
* Logic Editor Example
 
* Logic Editor Example
 
* Flow Editor Example
 
* Flow Editor Example
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* Text Editor Example
 
* Text Editor Example
  
== Futher Examples ==
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Besides, there are the following, not officially maintained examples (which are also not bundled with the GEF SDK, but can as well be accessed via the GEF source code repository):
The following examples are not officially maintained by the GEF project (they are also not bundled with the GEF SDK) but can be accessed via the GEF cvs repository:
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* [http://nyssen.blogspot.com/2010/12/draw2d-examples-hidden-treasure.html Draw2d Examples].
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* Directed Graph Example ([http://www.eclipse.org/gef/reference/digraph1.php Part 1] and [http://www.eclipse.org/gef/reference/digraph2.php Part 2]) by Anthony Hunter.
 
* Directed Graph Example ([http://www.eclipse.org/gef/reference/digraph1.php Part 1] and [http://www.eclipse.org/gef/reference/digraph2.php Part 2]) by Anthony Hunter.
* EDiagram Editor
 
  
=== Additional Documentation Links ===
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=== Zest ===
* [[GEF/New and Noteworthy]]
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There is a set of [http://git.eclipse.org/c/gef/org.eclipse.gef.git/tree/org.eclipse.zest.tests/src/org/eclipse/zest/tests/swt Zest Snippets] to demonstrate the usage of the Zest component. There is also a PDE incubator component which may serve as a demonstration example for Zest, the [http://www.eclipse.org/pde/incubator/dependency-visualization/index.php Plug-in Dependency Visualization].
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= Additional Documentation Links =
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* [[GEF/New and Noteworthy | New and Noteworthy]]
 
* [[GEF/Reference Documentation | Reference Documentation]]  
 
* [[GEF/Reference Documentation | Reference Documentation]]  
 
* [[GEF/Articles, Tutorials, Slides | Articles, Tutorials, Slides]]
 
* [[GEF/Articles, Tutorials, Slides | Articles, Tutorials, Slides]]
* [[GEF/Developer FAQ | Draw2d/GEF Developer FAQ]]
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* [[GEF/Developer FAQ | Developer FAQ]]
* [[GEF/Troubleshooting Guide | Draw2d/GEF Troubleshooting Guide]]
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* [[GEF/Troubleshooting Guide | Troubleshooting Guide]]
  
 
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[[Category:GEF]]

Latest revision as of 15:45, 12 November 2012


Draw2d

There is a bunch of Draw2d Examples, currently NOT bundled with the GEF SDK, which can be obtained from the GEF source code repository.

GEF (MVC)

There are four reference examples for GEF (MVC), which are bundled with the SDK and can as well be obtained via the GEF cvs repository:

  • Logic Editor Example
  • Flow Editor Example
  • Shapes Editor Example
  • Text Editor Example

Besides, there are the following, not officially maintained examples (which are also not bundled with the GEF SDK, but can as well be accessed via the GEF source code repository):

  • Directed Graph Example (Part 1 and Part 2) by Anthony Hunter.

Zest

There is a set of Zest Snippets to demonstrate the usage of the Zest component. There is also a PDE incubator component which may serve as a demonstration example for Zest, the Plug-in Dependency Visualization.

Additional Documentation Links