Ubuntu PPA - update needed


I'm currently stuck with using Graphviz 2.26.3 from 2010.

Your PPA only supports up to Ubuntu 12.04, which is a year old now. (i'm using 13.04)

the official ubuntu's repository has Graphviz 2.26.3. :(

I once tried to install the 12.04 files when i was using 12.10, but got a broken graphviz installation, and reverted it back.

anyways, I'd like to see some changes to the PPA, or the official repository. I really have no idea how all that works - I'm assuming you guys do.

I love the fact that you do daily builds on the PPA, i just wish they worked on newer versions of ubuntu...

I don't really need those daily builds - just the latest stable version would be fine with me.

You should now find versions

You should now find versions of 13.04 at http://www.graphviz.org/Download_linux_ubuntu.php.

Thanks for the push.

Or not. I just received mail

Or not. I just received mail that some of the builds are failing.

Yes, i thank you for updating

Yes, i thank you for updating the PPA to include precise and raring.

The builds that are failing are the ones i need! (Raring)  So, apt-get isnt seeing any updates from the PPA.

I managed to get the raring version of 2.30.1 installed from the deb files, but get segmentation faults on all of my complex .dot files.  only one of my diagrams work, because it is quite simple.

This requires more research and playing around with it...   I'll see if the posted 2.31 files work.


when i last checked, raring

when i last checked, raring updates are still failing on the PPA.

But good news! i found the segmentation error problem i was having with 2.30 and 2.31:


node [fontsize=10, fontname="Arial"];


node [fontname="Arial", fontsize=10];



Either way works when using 2.26 though...

Yes, we are still trying to

Yes, we are still trying to fix the problem.

That problem with node attributes shouldn't be. Please submit a bug report at http://www.graphviz.org/content/graphviz-issue-tracker so we can have the context, or at least post a full graph that causes the problem. Thanks.

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