I'm busy with my regular courses and some not-study related project, so I haven't programmed on Imageflow alot.
I did some clean up and refactoring, removing some of the old ballast, that survived through the versions. I added some small things, but mostly, I'm on feature-freeze right now. I want to clean and fix the functions I have and add the strongly required checks and controll mechanism. This includes all graph utilities to check the connections, validity, verfy input and outputs types, catch loops and bugs. My scrapbook is doing a good job helping me to note idea I have, but I haven't programmed everything yet. Especially the loops give me headaches. I set up a small testframework in JUnit to test my models and the functionality. I'm up to 35 tests now and it's really handy.
One of the features that will get some intention later is the saving and loading of flows. There is already some XML-representation I'm going to use, but alot of work is yet to to.
As Willy Wonka used to say, go on go on, there is so much time and so little to see.