1st Jan 2010: This project has not been updated since 2007. The team behind Relo is actively developing the vision at Architexa.

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Releases (details here):

Thu, 29th Mar 07: Relo - 0.4.14 is out.

Tue, 4th Mar 07: Relo - 0.4.13 is out.

Tue, 12th Dec 06: The first stable release of Relo - 0.4.11 is out. This is the first stable release. Relo is tested on Eclipse 3.1 and 3.2, users have had it work with the latest milestone of Eclipse 3.3.

Helping Developers Understand Code

Relo helps developers explore and understand large codebases. Developers often face code that is hard to understand with over half their time being spent on understanding code. Relo allows developers to easily create relevant and intuitive diagrams, along with features to help automatically build diagrams based on the users past navigation.

While Relo diagrams are similar to UML, they also allow developers to zoom in to view details and edit the code using embedded text editors. These diagrams represent only a small manageable part of the code and do not include irrelevant details, thus allowing a developer to focus on important code relationships.

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Relo consists of a set of plugins for the Eclipse Platform and has a core built on RDF. We will appreciate any feedback (questions, comments, etc) on Relo.

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