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2.28 compile error

I am trying to compile 2.28 from source code on a CentOS5.3, but I got this error " ui_settings.h:32: error: expected constructor, destructor, or type conversion before ‘class’".

Has anybody seen this?

Thanks,

Mi

Dot: Strange Error

Hi, I'm new to Graphviz so this maybe a stupid question but here goes...
I output a .dot file from R using LoopAnalyst (http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/LoopAnalyst/index.html)
 
> graph.cem(matrix, file="/location/filename.dot")
 
and then from the command prompt typed
 
$ dot -Tps /location/filename.dot -o /location/filename_graph.ps
 

Subgraph attributes

Hello:
The documentation gives a fair bit of information about nodes and their attributes. However the documentation about what one can do with subgraphs and clusters is pretty sparse. Is there a document somewhere that talks more about subgraphs?

Among other things, I'd like to control the sizing of my subgraphs and spacing between. Also I'd like to have a hyperlink (URL) for the entire subgraph (not just the nodes therein). Is this possible? If so how.

Any and all information would be greatly appreciated.

Jonny L.

convert a petri net in dot format to a graph in .g format

The tool uml2owfn converts activity diagram in xml format to petri net (digraph)in Graphviz dot format.The tool petrify synthesize petri nets in *.g format.How to convert the petri net from dot format to a graph in *.g format?

GV layout questions

I have a problem with layout of GV.  It is something like this.
- if I don't use a layout option then I don't have enough control on the shapes; for example, a column of cells may become a row of cells, etc.
- if I use LR (say), then the graph does not utilize the real estate of a page (assuming page size is specified)
 
Is there any suggestion?

please help me with the callgraph of nginx

Hi, I tried two ways to generate a callgraph of Nginx.

The first method failed, and the problem is posted by me at this place, so if you happens to know the solution please tell me or reply to this thread. http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/applications/179277-codeviz-nginx.html#...

The second method is using egypt (http://www.gson.org/egypt/egypt.html) to generate a dot script based on the gcc's -fdump-rtl-expand file, the file is already generated, it something like

digraph callgraph {
"main" -> "abc"
..
}

Labels of the nodes in the output of dot

Dear sir, Is it possible to change the labels of the nodes in output of dot. If yes how? thanks in advance. shijo

How to prevent unnecesary link crossing

Hi There, I have a .dot file, the contents of which are outlined below. When I create a png using the following command dot -Tpng -o TestOut.png TestData.dot I get lines crossing unnecessarily as shown in the attachment. IS there any way to minimize crossing to avoid this?

How to prevent unnecesary link crossing

Hi There,
I have a .dot file, the contents of which are outlined below. When I create a png using the following command

dot -Tpng -o TestOut.png TestData.dot

I get lines crossing unnecessarily as shown in the attachment. IS there any way to minimize crossing to avoid this?

Thanks,
Alan

Contents of TestData.dot:

digraph G { size ="10,4"; concentrate=true; rankdir=LR; ratio=compress;
"Concept Requirement - Saving Content" [URL="Concept Requirement - Saving Content",shape=rect,color=forestgreen, fontcolor=black, style=filled,];

How to modify Graphviz to allow custom graph type?

Hello everyone,

I am pretty new to Graphviz but I think it's a great, easy to use tool for developing diagrams. However, for my purposes I will be developing the same kind of graphs (share same attributes and even some nodes) and I was wondering if there's a way to modify Graphviz to support my custom graph type. What I mean by this is that when creating a graph (as of right now), one has two options: graph or digraph. But I want to add "mygraph" as a third option supported by graphviz, so now a user has three available types of graphs: graph, digraph, and mygraph.

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