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I published on github a new library (https://github.com/CapelliC/loqt),
rendering xdot to Qt. There is also an example GUI.
It's of course a WIP towards some fresh view on (SWI)Prolog.
You will need a (very!) recent version of libxdot...
The easier way: open lqXDot_test.pro with QtCreator (I used Qt 4.8)
I've been pleasantly surprised by the quality of xdot rendering, using Graphviz as a library.
Actually, a simple translation from xdot output to Qt graphics primitives now yields a performant and accurate display of complex graphs.
I think I will try to bypass xdot/libxdot to get further memory/time gain, using gvrender_engine_t...
Now my question: it's possible to get gvmap working at the same level of, say, xdot, thus avoiding FILE IO ?
I understand from license terms I could compile the relevant parts, or I'm wrong here ?
I use graphviz (v2.28.0) as a library in a C++ application and I would like to render graphs using the dot layout. Everything works fine until I call the gvLayout(_context, _graph, "dot"); function which outputs the following error :
- With that many nodes, you
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- The way i do it is:
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- Thank you!
It's not bad like
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- Indeed 2.39 does fix it
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- This finally rang a bell. It
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- Ok I'll file a bug report
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- It appears to be a problem
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- > How can a routing be
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How can a routing be
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- topic bump
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