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Good news!   The publication-quality PDF snapshots, etc. are a good  
addition.

One quick question after looking the docs.  The docs still list using  
jFreechart-1.0.1.jar.  Will mason work with the newer  
jFreechart-1.0.5.jar (which has some interesting new dynamic  
capabilities)?

Thanks for all the hard work on Mason!!

Mark

Mark E. McBride
Professor                                       Department of Economics
Director of Graduate Studies     208 Laws Hall
513 529-2864                               Miami University
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http://mcbridme.sba.muohio.edu/


On May 30, 2007, at 5:22 PM, Sean Luke wrote:

Better late than never!  After languishing on CVS forever, MASON 12  
has been snapshotted and released.  We've got some fun new stuff  
(histograms, publication-quality PDF snapshots of images, scheme  
code), lots of bugfixes and efficiency improvements and cleanups, etc.

We also have a separate JUNG+MASON example available on the website,  
and a tutorial about making applets.  Our GIS facility isn't quite  
ready for prime time yet, though.

One thing that did _not_ go into MASON 12 was an Eclipse-like  
windowing system.  I had whipped one up but decided against it for now.

http://cs.gmu.edu/~eclab/projects/mason/

Have fun!

Sean Luke
Department of Computer Science
George Mason University



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