[pypy-dev] Dotviewer capabilities
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Thu Jun 26 18:48:23 CEST 2008
On Thu, Jun 26, 2008 at 11:19 AM, Dinu Gherman
<gherman at darwin.in-berlin.de> wrote:
> Carl Friedrich Bolz:
> Sorry, as you probably found out, the last link must be:
> The PyPy dot viewer isn't working well for records, since PyPy hasn't
> used them so far. I guess adding support would maybe be easy. Apart from
> the fact that the borders of the record boxes are missing, what else do
> you think is wrong with the jpg above? It looks very similar to the pdf.
> I understand and I didn't expect records to work, but I thought
> that rectangles were common enough to support them. ;-) A quick
> code review shows that GraphRenderer.draw_node_commands() in
> drawgraph.py ignores the "rect" node shape, hmm... Funny, but
> the GraphViz docs don't mention a "rect" shape although it seems
> to work with dot/neato etc. But ok, after changing my stuff to
> use "box" instead of "rect" dotviewer renders them happily as
> Marius Gedminas:
> There's http://code.google.com/p/jrfonseca/wiki/XDot, which barfed on my
> .dot files that tried to use HSV colours. It also links to
> http://zvtm.sourceforge.net/zgrviewer.html which I've never tried.
> The first is too heavy to install for me on OS X now (PyGTK) and
> the seconds looks promising (although very javaish) and very capa-
> ble of zooming, but not of folding/unfolding.
> My introduction to PyGame was hacking PyPy's dot viewer during the
> Vilnius sprint... Ahh, those were the times.
> Be prepared for a few questions in Vilnius, then! ;-) I think this
> folding would be a great feature to have, also for PyPy. Does that
> look like a sprint topic?
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