Nodenet availability ?

Philip Rubini p.a.rubini at cranfield.ac.uk
Tue Mar 30 10:46:15 CEST 2004


Thanks to those who sent me a copy by email - and I never thought of looking
in archive.org !

Phil.


"Josiah Carlson" <jcarlson at nospam.uci.edu> wrote in message
news:c42937$ejr$1 at news.service.uci.edu...
> Archive.org is your friend:
>
http://web.archive.org/web/20020603234703/http://matt.kimball.net/nodenet.html
>
>
> > I am looking for NodeNet (see the announcement below originally posted a
> > year or so ago), which would appear to fit my requirements almost
exactly.
> > f. Unfortunately the link is dead. Is anyone aware if the code announced
by
> > Matt is available anywhere ? Matt are you there ?
> >
> >>...................
> >
> > I've released NodeNet 1.0beta2.  Changes from the previous version
include:
> >
> > *  Both the network editing control and the node drag window manage
> >    their own scrollbars if their data is too big to be entirely visible
> >    at once.
> > *  In the network editing control, you can drag out a selection box
> >    to easily select multiple nodes at once.
> > *  Rendering in the Eye Candy demo application is faster.
> >
> > You can get the latest version, Windows binaries and online
documentation
> > at http://matt.kimball.net/nodenet.html
> >





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