|Re: New to GEF - Please provide simple complete example [message #213488 is a reply to message #213397]
||Thu, 06 April 2006 10:35
Originally posted by: remove-this-pgarbacz.pgs-soft.com.remove.this|
"Bob" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I am new to GEF, I would like to create one very basic sample using GEF.
> I couldn't find doc anywhere where it takes me to step by step process to
> create a sample one.
> Could you please provide steps to create start to end gef applicaiton and
> how to run see the result?
I would suggest you to go over tutorials on the GEF homepage. Some of them
point to sample applications
that are stored in Eclipse CVS, so if you want to reach them, you should
check them out from repository.
Unfortunately I didn't find any files on the Eclipse's site.
Next thing is you should understand how to use Draw2d
(org.eclipse.draw2d.examples project from CVS).
Then you could go through org.eclipse.gef.examples.* projects. There are few
samples that show how to
create basic issues you may want to use in future.
And the last but not least: Eclipse help.
|Re: New to GEF - Please provide simple complete example [message #217381 is a reply to message #213412]
||Sat, 03 June 2006 21:17
Registered: July 2009
I saw the flash demo of your product and it is very impressive.
Can you tell me whether the snap lines facility I saw in the demo is
available as part of the GEF or you have written the whole thing
yourself??? If you have written it all yourself, can you tell me, was it
easy to write that in GEF as I am exploring GEF to do just that for one of
my project? Can you give some pointers as to how to accomplish sanp lines
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