Here, you will find packaged archives for the core library of GRAL and example applications in various formats. For more information on how you may use and redistribute GRAL See the LGPL license.

The archives will contain the following folders:

  • lib: All required JARs, e.g. the GRAL core and the optional VectorGraphics2D library for exporting vector files
  • src: Source code
  • doc (only in gral-core): JavaDoc API documentation

To use GRAL in your project just add the JARs for gral-core and VectorGraphics2D to the class path of your project.

Stable version

Version 0.10
GRAL (1503 KiB) gral-core-0.10.tar.bz2 (633 KiB)
Example applications (350 KiB) gral-examples-0.10.tar.bz2 (329 KiB)
JavaDoc API documentation browse online

Warning: This version will break legacy code that was written for GRAL 0.9 or earlier.

Legacy versions

Version 0.9
Ready-to-include binary JAR files (313 KiB) GRAL-0.9-bin.tar.bz2 (312 KiB)
Complete source code (542 KiB) GRAL-0.9-src.tar.bz2 (165 KiB)
JavaDoc API documentation (1194 KiB) GRAL-0.9-doc.tar.bz2 (266 KiB) browse online
Version 0.8
Ready-to-include binary JAR files (636 KiB) GRAL-0.8-bin.tar.bz2 (305 KiB)
Complete source code (319 KiB) GRAL-0.8-src.tar.bz2 (91 KiB)
JavaDoc API documentation (886 KiB) GRAL-0.8-doc.tar.bz2 (157 KiB) browse online

Development version

The latest source code can be checked out anonymously from the git repository with this command:

$ git clone git:// GRAL

It will contain a complete pom.xml project which can be built using the Apache Maven software. See the build instructions for more information on how to build the GRAL Maven project.

Using GRAL with Maven

If you want to use GRAL with your Maven project you will have to include it as a dependency in your pom.xml:


Next, you'll have to specify the Maven repository for GRAL:

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