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|0001986||graphviz||Neato||public||2010-11-05 03:18||2011-04-28 04:03|
|Platform||OS||x86-Other-openSUSE 11.3 (x86_64)||OS Version|
|Summary||0001986: Edge Overlapping for "splines = true" for neato in SUSE (x86_64)|
I am using the graphviz package that comes with SUSE.
When I use neato, if I set splines = true (or polyline or ortho), the edges and edge labels will overlap with each other.
Although the problem disappears when i set splines = false (or line), I need splines = true for my work.
Could you please have a look? Thanks.
The 2.26 neato handles multiedges. Any chance you are picking up an
older version of neato? What do you get when you run neato -V?
I can get this figure if I set splines = false/line. But not for
I get "neato - graphviz version 2.26.3 (2010126.1600)".
Then the only other explanation I can think of is that SUSE graphviz
is being built without the GTS triangulation library, which is required to
generate multiedges for splines. If that is the case, you won't
have the prism overlap removal either. You can check this by
running neato on a graph that produces overlapping nodes and using
-Goverlap=prism. You should get a warning that prism is unknown.
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