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  • freehep - FreeHEP VectorGraphics - Screenshots
    Developer Info Source Repository API Docs Source Xref Test Xref Dependency Convergence Test Results JDK 1 5 Windows JDK 1 5 Linux JDK 1 5 MacOSX JDK 1 6 Windows JDK 1 6 Linux Modules FreeHEP Graphics2D FreeHEP GraphicsIO FreeHEP GraphicsIO Tests FreeHEP EMF Driver FreeHEP Java Driver FreeHEP PDF Driver FreeHEP PS Driver FreeHEP SVG Driver FreeHEP SWF Flash Driver Screenshots All screenshots are in PNG Image Format since

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/vectorgraphics/ScreenShots.html (2016-02-10)
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  • freehep - FreeHEP VectorGraphics - Publications and Talks
    Source Repository API Docs Source Xref Test Xref Dependency Convergence Test Results JDK 1 5 Windows JDK 1 5 Linux JDK 1 5 MacOSX JDK 1 6 Windows JDK 1 6 Linux Modules FreeHEP Graphics2D FreeHEP GraphicsIO FreeHEP GraphicsIO Tests FreeHEP EMF Driver FreeHEP Java Driver FreeHEP PDF Driver FreeHEP PS Driver FreeHEP SVG Driver FreeHEP SWF Flash Driver Publications and Talks Publications Mark Donszelmann Simon Fischer and Sami Kama

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/vectorgraphics/Publications.html (2016-02-10)
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  • freehep - FreeHEP VectorGraphics - Users
    Modules FreeHEP Graphics2D FreeHEP GraphicsIO FreeHEP GraphicsIO Tests FreeHEP EMF Driver FreeHEP Java Driver FreeHEP PDF Driver FreeHEP PS Driver FreeHEP SVG Driver FreeHEP SWF Flash Driver Users The following users and projects use VectorGraphics for some or all of their output JAS Java Analysis Studio WIRED WWW Interactive Remote Event Display Cubetto Toolset The Cubetto Toolset is a Meta CASE tool Thus you can create your own meta models

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  • freehep - Project License
    work are not derived from the Library and can be reasonably considered independent and separate works in themselves then this License and its terms do not apply to those sections when you distribute them as separate works But when you distribute the same sections as part of a whole which is a work based on the Library the distribution of the whole must be on the terms of this License whose permissions for other licensees extend to the entire whole and thus to each and every part regardless of who wrote it Thus it is not the intent of this section to claim rights or contest your rights to work written entirely by you rather the intent is to exercise the right to control the distribution of derivative or collective works based on the Library In addition mere aggregation of another work not based on the Library with the Library or with a work based on the Library on a volume of a storage or distribution medium does not bring the other work under the scope of this License 3 You may opt to apply the terms of the ordinary GNU General Public License instead of this License to a given copy of the Library To do this you must alter all the notices that refer to this License so that they refer to the ordinary GNU General Public License version 2 instead of to this License If a newer version than version 2 of the ordinary GNU General Public License has appeared then you can specify that version instead if you wish Do not make any other change in these notices Once this change is made in a given copy it is irreversible for that copy so the ordinary GNU General Public License applies to all subsequent copies and derivative works made from that copy This option is useful when you wish to copy part of the code of the Library into a program that is not a library 4 You may copy and distribute the Library or a portion or derivative of it under Section 2 in object code or executable form under the terms of Sections 1 and 2 above provided that you accompany it with the complete 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including whatever changes were used in the work which must be distributed under Sections 1 and 2 above and if the work is an executable linked with the Library with the complete machine readable work that uses the Library as object code and or source code so that the user can modify the Library and then relink to produce a modified executable containing the modified Library It is understood that the user who changes the contents of definitions files in the Library will not necessarily be able to recompile the application to use the modified definitions b Use

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  • freehep - Team list
    play many roles Some members write code or documentation while others are valuable as testers submitting patches and suggestions The team is comprised of Members and Contributors Members have direct access to the source of a project and actively evolve the code base Contributors improve the project through submission of patches and suggestions to the Members The number of Contributors to the project is unbounded Get involved today All contributions to the project are greatly appreciated Members The following is a list of developers with commit privileges that have directly contributed to the project in one way or another Id Name Email URL Organization Organization URL Roles Time Zone Actual Time GMT Properties duns Mark Donszelmann Mark Donszelmann slac stanford edu SLAC Stanford Linear Accelerator Center http www slac stanford edu Architect Release Manager 8 8 tonyj Tony Johnson tonyj slac stanford edu SLAC Stanford Linear Accelerator Center http www slac stanford edu Architect 8 8 Cal Loomis loomis lal in2p3 fr LAL Laboratoire de l Accelerateur Lineaire http www lal in2p3 fr Architect 1 1 Contributors The following additional people have contributed to this project through the way of suggestions patches or documentation Name Email URL Organization Organization URL

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  • freehep - FreeHEP VectorGraphics - Manual
    return g if it is already an instance of VectorGraphics or wrap g in an implementation of VectorGraphics See the example below on how to do this import org freehep graphics2d VectorGraphics public class X extends Component public void paint Graphics g VectorGraphics vg VectorGraphics create g vg drawLine 100 0 100 0 200 0 200 0 You can use any of the methods available in Graphics2D plus the extra methods from VectorGraphics but you need to properly nest calls to the create and dispose methods to allow the different output formats to have their graphics states stored and restored correctly All swing components do this Additional Functionality in VectorGraphics The VectorGraphics class extends Graphics2D with a number of features to write better output formats These features are described below Draw Fill Clear and Clip methods All draw fill clear and clip methods drawLine fillOval clearRect clipRect which normally take integer parameters have been overloaded with methods with equal names which take double parameters This allows for high precision drawing using these easy methods which was only available using the draw Shape or fill Shape methods in java awt Graphics2D The higher precision is necessary for Vector Formats on higher than screen resolution targets such as printers The methods setLineWidth and getLineWidth allow you to change the linewidth without explicitly creating a Stroke object PrintColors The PrintColor extends java awt Color to allow for colors which are visible both on the screen and a printer The printer may be either color black and white or grayscale PrintColors can be created with the correct mappings and behave differently on the screen than they do in any of the output formats The PrintColor class can be used anywhere a normal java awt Color class would be used The default java colors are also defined with correct mappings for printers PrintColor will only be handled specially if a VectorGraphics context is used The methods setColorMode and getColorMode can be used to switch the output between COLOR BLACK AND WHITE and GRAYSCALE Symbols To draw a large number of similar symbols small squares triangles etc one could use a the drawSymbol or fillSymbol methods in the VectorGraphics context A number of predefined symbols are available in VectorGraphicsConstants and in VectorGraphics Advantage of using these symbols rather than coding them yourself in terms of lines and other primitives is that the output format can translate these calls to procedures This can be done in some output formats which allow procedures to be defined Among thos formats are PostScript and SVG This way the output file gets shortened considerably TagStrings The class TagString allows you to display strings which can be marked up with the HTML like tags described in the table below Start Tag End Tag Description Look B B Bold Face Bold Face I I Italic Face Italic Face OVER OVER OverLine SUB SUB SubScript SUP SUP SuperScript TT TT Monospaced Monospaced U U Underline Table with tags that are allowed in a TagString

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  • freehep - Frequently Asked Questions
    can only reduce the clipping region Is there a way in my java program to enlarge the region and still output correct PostScript and PDF General The vectorgraphics formats are distributed as separate jar files I merged the jar files into one but now I only see a few or no formats appear the ExportDialog option box Where did the other formats go Every format registers itself as an ExportFileType with a lookup service so that a program can find ExportFileTypes for a particular format The registration is done by scanning each of the jar files on the classpath for the file META INF services org freehep util export ExportFileType This file contains the names of all the ExportFileTypes it should register normally only one per jar file but sometimes more in the case of PS and EPS for instance If you merge all the jar files into one you should also make a META INF services org freehep util export ExportFileType file with ALL the formats in it Clipping PostScript and PDF can only reduce the clipping region Is there a way in my java program to enlarge the region and still output correct PostScript and PDF Indeed in

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  • freehep - FreeHEP Vector Graphics
    Forum Bug Reports Developer Info Source Repository API Docs Source Xref Test Xref Dependency Convergence Test Results JDK 1 5 Windows JDK 1 5 Linux JDK 1 5 MacOSX JDK 1 6 Windows JDK 1 6 Linux Modules FreeHEP Graphics2D FreeHEP GraphicsIO FreeHEP GraphicsIO Tests FreeHEP EMF Driver FreeHEP Java Driver FreeHEP PDF Driver FreeHEP PS Driver FreeHEP SVG Driver FreeHEP SWF Flash Driver Release Notes Below the Release Notes

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