[erlang-questions] Is there an Erlang based Graphiz-like program.
Sat Dec 11 04:39:35 CET 2010
If you look in leex.erl you will find some code at the end of the file in out_dfa_graph/3 some code which outputs the internal DFA to a .dot file which can be viewed by Graphviz. It is not general code but specific for leex. It is quite interesting to see the DFA which has been built up.
----- "James Churchman" <jameschurchman@REDACTED> wrote:
> might be wrong but i think refacterl can export erlang source as
> On 11 Dec 2010, at 02:08, Alain O'Dea wrote:
> > On Friday, December 10, 2010, G.S. <corticalcomputer@REDACTED>
> >> Hello,
> >> Does anyone know of an Erlang based Graphiz-like program, and if
> not, what
> >> is the best/easiest way to interface an Erlang program with
> >> Regards,
> >> -Gene
> > I was unable to find any direct support application for GraphViz.
> > Ulf Wiger posted about this back in '08:
> > http://www.erlang.org/cgi-bin/ezmlm-cgi/4/32863
> > His post talks about generating GraphViz DOT files from Erlang Xref
> > You may also find graph_draw useful:
> > An alternative I recommend is to use JInterface to communicate with
> > Java process that uses
> > (Java GraphViz API).
> > See
> > and
> > for starting points on integrating Java and Erlang/OTP :)
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