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Zest in GEF

After about a year of poking around, Zest has finally made it to be part of the GEF project. If you don’t know what Zest is, well it’s the technology that powers the Plug-in Dependency Visualization view inside the PDE incubator amongst other things. Ian Bull blogged about the view awhile back in case you’re interested in taking a peek. The code is finally located in the GEF repository and being built. The only things left to do are doing some documentation and website updates that I’m sure Ian will work on.

If anything, this Zest to GEF move proves that if there’s demand in the Eclipse community for something to happen and you’re persistent about it, it will happen. All it takes is to file a bug, some blogging, building some community support and patience 🙂

Good luck using Zest!

  • pookzilla

    Oh my goodness, my life would’ve been SO much easier a few years back if I had Zest then. This is excellent news!

  • pookzilla

    Oh my goodness, my life would’ve been SO much easier a few years back if I had Zest then. This is excellent news!