|Due to organizational changes, the Graphviz web site will see some modifications in the near future. In particular, it will probably no longer provide binary packages for Windows and Macs. The latter can be obtained via Macports or Home Brew. If someone wants to set up Appveyor for Windows, we would be grateful.|
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 :
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