[pypy-dev] Pygame graph viewer
nc-jantzegu at netcologne.de
Thu May 13 20:59:03 CEST 2004
> I've been hacking on a Pygame-based viewer for the control flow graphs.
> See pypy/translator/tool/pygame/graphviewer.py. The idea is to display
> graph as computed by 'dot', but more interactively. The hard part was to
> figure out where, in the image, each variable name actually is on the
> now you can move the mouse around and when it is over a variable name you
> the corresponding annotation, inferred by the new stuff in
> The goal is to clean up and link it to the annotator a bit more, so that
> can see it while it progresses (as if doing a step-by-step debugging). I
> guess it would be quite a useful debugging tool, aside from being
> presentation-friendly :-)
> A bientot,
it's a pity, that I will not be at Europython this year. I think your
presentation will be a highlight of this conference!
For text output and user interfaces on top of Pygame take a look at Sean
However, it seems, that the latest development is for the Windows platform
Actually I did not use PyUI. I only read the description in
Sean Riley. Game Programming with Python
Seems to be a great book.
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