Software and documentation for Xfig is available here. MCJ was originally on SF as Mountain Climbing Journal, my long-running exploration of knowledge and content management. The current logo on the SF site, as of 2022, at least, is a picture of a fig on my own fig tree. I worked with Brian S. before he handed over Xfig dev to Thomas L. in 2015. I gave Thomas control of the Sourceforge MCJ project to make publishing the Xfig software and documentation easier, as most traffic was for Xfig rather than the MCJ application. My main focus these days is Triple System Analysis, which is related to Xfig because it has a good fig diagram example, and documents how to create diagrams via Cytoscape and Graphviz automatically from triples. Further, I have combined knowledge and content management, picking up my first love (MCJ). Go through the examples at the top ( 🌱 💦 💧 ⌛️ 🌐 📜 🚂 🛢️ ⛰️ 🏗️ 🐟️). The diagrams can be exported to SVG using 📤️. Rather than a vector file format that requires pinning the node dots to positions, the diagram is composed as triples, and various layout algorithms connect the dots for you. My own personal compile of Xfig is documented on step 445 here, which is how the toolchain from 2007 evolved. I still use Xfig when the nodes need to be fixed, like for a schematic or a plan for a chicken tractor. I have a collection of fig diagrams in template form here on triple.pub (zip file has SHA-1: 2b7b9af87340959e1a58d730bd86f64e9ef82782).