Eclipse Hawk is a model indexing solution that can take models written with various technologies and turn them into graph databases, for easier and faster querying.
Check the other sections on the left for how to get started and use Hawk. If you cannot find an answer there, feel free to ask at the official forum in Eclipse.org.
Eclipse update sites¶
The core components of Hawk, the OrientDB / Greycat backends, and the Thrift API clients can be installed from one of these Eclipse update sites:
If you are developing a custom Hawk server, you will find the Hawk server components in these update sites:
Many of the Eclipse Hawk components are available via Maven Central under the
org.eclipse.hawk group ID:
Thrift API libraries¶
For environments with corporate firewalls, the zipped update sites, zipped source code, and prebuilt CLI/server products for Linux, MacOS and Windows are available from the download folders:
Docker images for the Hawk Server are available from the hawk-docker project at Hawk Labs. These Docker images are rebuilt at least once a week, or whenever there are new changes in Hawk.
To access the source code, clone the Git repository for Hawk with your preferred client from:
Committers will use a different URL:
You can also read the code through your browser from the Eclipse Gitlab instance (which allows for archive downloads).
Downloads for older versions are archived at Eclipse.org: