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This is the current version (last build from 30 June 2018) that supports Graphs, FSMs, Petri nets, DTDs, FSTs, STGs, CPOGs, Digital Circuits, Dataflow Structures, SONs, Policy nets and xMAS Circuits.
This is an experimental version, written entirely in Scala based on the functional reactive programming paradigm. This version (last build from 29 April 2013) only supports Petri nets and FSMs, so if you need to work with other models please download the latest release of Workcraft 3 series instead.
This is the previous version of Workcraft (last build from 20 July 2014). It supports Directed graphs, Petri nets, STGs, CPOGs, Digital Circuits, Dataflow Structures, SONs, Policy nets and xMAS Circuits.
This is the older version of the tool (last build from 1 April 2008), as described in the Petri Nets 2009 article. This version relies on a number of native libraries (DLLs/SOs), which are available for major platforms, but not all of them. The libraries for Windows and Linux OS's are bundled with the distribution.