It's early days yet, so you won't find much here beyond a short description of the project and the raw files associated with it.
instrument/JTree provides a library aimed at
adding a number
of often wanted features to your JTree instances. If you ever
wondered why it's so difficult to add drag and drop to trees,
or how you could add tree restructuring, or what you could do
to add undo/redo, then
instrument/JTree may be
you've been waiting for. It is the intention of the project to
offer as many useful features as we can so that developers can
painlessly add very sophisticated trees to their Swing GUIs.
At this time, only the generated Javadoc is available. There is a lot
of information there though and while a tutorial or
quick-start guide is sorely missed, it should give you a
pretty good idea what this library is all about. The best
place to start is by checking out the
The current development source is available in the CVS repository
instrument/JTree library is made available under a
BSD License. The full text is
The first binary release is ready. You will find it in the SourceForge file section. Note that for some of the features, you will also need the JDOM library, which can be found here. Follow its installation instructions and you will also get Xerces and JAXP, which you will need for these features.
The library is quite usable as it is, so feel free to plug it into your application and experiment with it.