Release Notes: This maintenance release includes many bugfixes, especially in the Python bindings, the OpenGL rendering engine, and the GUI. Synchronization between the "Graphs" panels and the workspace active panel has been refined. Consistency of the management of the properties display using the "Properties" configuration panel of the Spreadsheet view has been improved. In the Tulip core API, some member functions of the Graph class have been conveniently overloaded.
Release Notes: This maintenance release includes many bugfixes in the OpenGL rendering engine and the GUI, especially in the recently-added views. As the major addition of this release, the GUI provides a dedicated window to browse the fully-integrated documentation, divided into three parts, the User manual, the Developer handbook, the Tulip Python documentation. An SVG Export plugin and a LinLog Energy Model-based layout plugin have also been added.
Release Notes: This maintenance release includes many bugfixes, especially in the GUI, the OpenGL rendering engine, and the Python Script view. Some parts of the GUI dedicated to specific views have been redesigned. The Python script documentation has been improved. A NumericProperty class, a common interface to the DoubleProperty and IntegerProperty classes, two new rendering properties (viewLabelBorderColor, viewLabelBorderWidth), and Qt5 support were added.
Release Notes: This release contains many bugfixes, essentially in the new GUI, and integrates some missing edition features existing in the Tulip 3 version. Many plugins (especially views and metrics) which were previously downloadable are now provided and are included in the source package.
Release Notes: This release contains a new import plugin for the GEXF file format and a new "edge weighted" version of the "Depth" metric plugin. The Python bindings and script view have been greatly improved. Two new rendering parameters have been added to enable the "billboarding" of labels and to keep the same point of view when navigating through subgraphs. Some performance improvements have been achieved in the Tulip core library. Many bugs were also fixed in the Tulip plugins and GUI.
Release Notes: This release contains new import plugins for the Pajek and UCINET file formats. Management of out or inout parameters for algorithm plugins has been added. The Graph API has been extended. The CSV import wizard and the Python scripting view have been improved. Many bugs were fixed, especially in the rendering of labels, the curve rendering of edges, and the management of the GUI.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release with many bugfixes, especially in the rendering of edges and labels. It includes improvements for the Python Scripting view and new methods for the management of subgraphs.
Release Notes: This release contains some new GUI features. A new "Screenshot" button allows you to export an image of the current graph at any resolution. A new labeling system makes text much more readable. A new Table view allows to easily edit your data in a spreadsheet format. A multitouch patch allows zooming using the "pinch" gesture. A new "Preferences" item allows you to create an automatically named property when computing a metric. Many UI improvements made Tulip more intuitive and responsive. All of the OGDF algorithms are now installed by default. The CVS import wizard has been improved.
Release Notes: This release added a CSV import wizard and a Python Scripting view. Many bugs were fixed and many GUI improvements were made, including color mapping, management of the interactors, a plugin manager, and an OpenGL rendering engine. Support for Visual C++ (2008 and 2010) and CLang 2.8 was added. Building with autotools is no longer supported; CMake 2.6 or higher is required. 32/64-bit bundles are provided for and have been tested on major Linux distributions.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release with many bug fixes, especially in the GUI, the rendering of graph elements, some import or layout plugins, and the cmake build from the downloadable source tarball.