developped by Alexandre Fenyo
licensed under the GNU Public License

network analysis - free software
check gnetwatch at sourceforge

Copyright & license

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JavaDoc & sources

GNetWatch JavaDoc documentation here.
GNetWatch sources here.

Documentation and tutorials


Quick start guide (MS-Windows only)

To start GNetWatch under MS-Windows, just follow these steps:
1- download and install a Java SE Runtime Environment (JRE) compliant with JRE 5 specifications at least (available for instance from
2- download and extract the GNetWatch MS-Windows bundle
3- double-click on the file gnetwatch.bat

Your display should look like this:

UML Class Diagram

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UML class diagram

GNetWatch is being developped in Java with Eclipse, following the Unified Software Development Process. You can download the GNetWatch UML class diagram here. Logo

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