[erlang-questions] code dependency diagrams

Ulf Wiger ulf@REDACTED
Sat Feb 16 13:48:40 CET 2008

Thanks, I'll try to find time to play with it.

GraphML looks like an XML version of Dot - roughly
the same structure, but less readable.  (:
But, hey, if we're generating the specification anyway,
it might as well be XML....

Ulf W

2008/2/15, Joern <opendev@REDACTED>:
> Hi Ulf,
> On 15/02/2008, Ulf Wiger (TN/EAB) <ulf.wiger@REDACTED> wrote:
> >  And now to the question: Which tool would you recommend I use?
> >  I looked at Eclipse once, but got the feeling that you won't get
> >  anywhere without first writing a thousand or so lines of Java code.
> >  Is this still the way to go?
> The yed package[1] (Java) might be a better alternative - the GraphML
> XML it supports (among other inputs formats) does not a look that
> scary and it's pretty versatile when it comes to automatic layout.
> There also is an Eclipse integration. I never used the latter but yed
> is a quite nice package. I am somewhat interested in the topic as well
> so if my time permits I am willing to throw your dependency graph data
> against a yet to be written converter (or XLST).
> Best regards from Berlin,
> Joern
> [1]: http://www.yworks.com/en/products_yed_about.html
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