Number: 894
Title: the graph doesn't generated
Submitter: Benjamin FONTAN
Date: Tue Feb 28 12:10:40 2006
Subsys: Dot
Version:
System: *-*-
Severity: major
Problem:
My OS is Debian (Ubuntu), i download this package with apt. I generate this graph in RedHat and it works.

Going to start command /usr/bin/dotty graph9.dot
out dotty.lefty: giving up on dot
out dotty.lefty: graph that causes dot
out dotty.lefty: to fail has been saved in file dottybug.dot
out dotty.lefty: please fill out a bug report at http://www.research.att.com/~erg/graphviz/bugform.html
Ending command /usr/bin/dotty graph9.dot

Input:
digraph G {
   node [shape=ellipse];
   "0-()" -> "1-(0 0)" [label="i(Start_2)l"];
   "1-(10 10)" -> "2-(10)" [label="i(A_0)l"];
   "1-(10 10)" -> "3-()" [label="i(NOK_2)l"];
   "1-(8 8)" -> "2-(8)" [label="i(A_0)l"];
   "1-(8 8)" -> "1-(10 10)" [label="tl"];
   "1-(0 0)" -> "1-(8 8)" [label="tl"];
   "2-(10)" -> "0-()" [label="i(Capture_2)l"];
   "2-(10)" -> "3-()" [label="i(NOK_2)l"];
   "2-(8)" -> "0-()" [label="i(Capture_2)l"];
   "3-()" -> "4-()" [label="exitl"];
       subgraph cluster0 {
       "0-()" [style=filled,color=lightgrey];
   }
   subgraph cluster1 {
       "1-(0 0)";
       "1-(10 10)" [style=filled,color=lightgrey];
       "1-(8 8)";
       }
    subgraph cluster2 {
       "2-(10)" [style=filled,color=lightgrey];
       "2-(8)" [style=filled,color=lightgrey];
       }
   subgraph cluster3 {
           "3-()";
       }
   subgraph cluster4 {
           "4-()";
       }
   }
Comments:
[bfontan] RedHat: dot version 2.6 (Sun Aug 28 13:14:52 UTC 2005) Debian: dot version 2.2.1 (Tue Oct 11 01:38:21 UTC 2005) The same graph is generated in RH but not in Debian. It's only a version problem?
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