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* Print nodes by layer to try align left the LIA.

* clean.

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* le bug correction.

* Collecting at level 1-5 all the required nodes.

* MANUAL experiment for subnetwork.

* Trying to collate as possible the subnetwork.

* Fixing breaking when complex subnetwork although same level nodes.

* Fixing beta node constraints and classpath problems.

* fixes.

* Avoiding problem when using as a dependency (until merged upstream).

* comsmetics on the not display.

* with partitioning instead of vertical layering.

* Still trying to merge the 2 approaches, for now it's a switch b/w them.

* with the files.

* Moar tests

* latest imgs.

* wrong loop nesting.

* renaming to diagramRete()

* Clean-up.

* Adding browser FIREFOX, tested works.

* Aligning with DROOLS-1024.

* print debug vertical cluster flag in configuration

* bugfix

* oops commit

* Bump junit from 4.12 to 4.13.1 (#1)

Bumps [junit](https://github.com/junit-team/junit4) from 4.12 to 4.13.1.
- [Release notes](https://github.com/junit-team/junit4/releases)
- [Changelog](https://github.com/junit-team/junit4/blob/main/doc/ReleaseNotes4.12.md)
- [Commits](junit-team/junit4@r4.12...r4.13.1)

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* realign

* Migrate to graphviz-java

* Use platform agnostic open file

* main refactors without package renames

* Refactor naming and package to drools-retediagram as agreed

* subdir drools-retediagram

* move into drools-retediagram

* wire module into the build

* dependency mgt

* update logback for proper package

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README.md

An open source rule engine, DMN engine and complex event processing (CEP) engine for Java™ and the JVM Platform.

Drools is a business rule management system with a forward-chaining and backward-chaining inference based rules engine, allowing fast and reliable evaluation of business rules and complex event processing. A rule engine is also a fundamental building block to create an expert system which, in artificial intelligence, is a computer system that emulates the decision-making ability of a human expert.

Be sure to check out the Drools' project website and documentation!

Developing Drools and jBPM

If you want to build or contribute to a kiegroup project, read this document.

It will save you and us a lot of time by setting up your development environment correctly. It solves all known pitfalls that can disrupt your development. It also describes all guidelines, tips and tricks. If you want your pull requests (or patches) to be merged into master, please respect those guidelines.