Issue #17 resolved

Using automatic layout for the nodes

mazaninfardi avatarmazaninfardi created an issue

There are several ways to do layouting in GEF:

  1. using yFiles which is not free: http://kb.yworks.com/article285.html
  1. using ILog JViews which is not also free http://www.ilog.com/products/jviews/demos/eclipse/
  1. using embedded layout algorithms like in "Flow Example" and "Database Schema Example" from GEF
  1. using layout algorithms from what Jack uses, but this one seems an additional capability, because we want to show it (and keep it editable) in our viewer also

I prefer the 3rd choice and I'm checking the two examples above to find the most straightforward solution

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