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Re: xml DOM/DTD graph visualization
- From: Bart Schuller <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2001 20:04:05 +0200
On Mon, Jun 25, 2001 at 04:47:22PM +0200, james anderson wrote:
> I was curious about how an automatic layout package would fare with DTD
> and DOM graphs. A naive generator for GraphViz's "dot" format is a
> straight-forward graph walk. The "dot" file describes the connectivity
> only. GraphViz is left with the hard work. The results are adequate for
Which reminds me, I started on defining an XML representation of dot
files and wrote a PerlSAX handler that writes out real .dot files.
Very useful for generating graphs with XSLT.
I added lexical scoping for default attributes, but subgraphs need some
Contact me if anyone's interested, I may even rewrite it in Java to make
it useful for a larger number of people.
<node id="node01" color="red"/>
<edge from="node01" to="node03"/>
<edge from="node01" to="node02"/>
The idea is that the first face shown to people is one they can readily
accept - a more traditional logo. The lunacy element is only revealed
subsequently, via the LunaDude. [excerpted from the Lunatech Identity Manual]