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Graph ThumbnailIf the graph is too large to fit in your view, the dependency graph overview simplifies navigation.

  • The Graph Thumbnail lets you choose the shown region visually.
  • The Graph Contents allows you to reveal a particular node by selecting it from a list.

Dependency LandscapeThe Dependency Landscape serves as a quick indicator for an artifact's dependency relations. The shown area represents the entire code base. Generally, the code represented by each of the colored blocks in the diagram depends on the code of the blocks located below it and has bi-directional dependencies to blocks on the same level.

By selecting an arbitrary artifact A, the code base is partitioned into five categories:

  1. A itself (amber)
  2. artifacts tangled with A (red)
  3. artifacts required by A (green)
  4. artifacts depending on A (blue)
  5. artifacts unrelated to A (gray)
For the red, green and blue areas the diagram makes a distinction between direct dependencies (solid filled areas next to A) and indirect dependencies (fading areas).
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STAN 2.1.2

We are pleased to announce the 2.1.2 maintenance release of STAN, adding support for Java 8.