RSS 8 projects tagged "graphviz"

No download Website Updated 28 Aug 2009 graphedit

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graphedit is a simple editor for Graphviz dot files.

No download No website Updated 20 May 2010 Prebake

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Build systems fail to scale to large projects when rebuilding a small portion requires stat-ing every project file. Prebake is a build system that uses a long-lived service to hook into the file-system and watch for changes so it can avoid unnecessary I/O for incremental builds. It also solves common problems with Ant and Make: missing dependencies and build cruft from deleted source files. It does away with missing dependencies by doing away with explicit dependencies altogether. Build dependencies are inferred by intersecting globs; if one product takes *.c and produces *.o, and another takes *.o and produces *.lib, then the latter depends on the former. Prebake also gets the benefits of both a declarative build syntax (a la make) and the flexibility of hand coded shell scripts. It uses tightly sandboxed JavaScript and "mobile functions" to get the flexibility of a scripting language with the hard controls on side effects that allow for repeatable builds. In practice, the JS in build files looks declarative, like JSON, but the dynamism is there when you need it.

Download No website Updated 27 Jun 2011 EMF To Graphviz

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EMF To Graphviz (emf2gv) is an an Eclipse plugin that generates a graphical representation of an EMF model using GraphViz.

No download Website Updated 23 Jul 2011 pycdep

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pycdep is a tool for analyzing and visualizing C/C++ header file dependencies. A script extracts information about your code and dumps it in a Prolog database, which is used to query the dependency graph. It comes with a large number of predefined queries for finding out which files include or depend on which other files, how files depend on another file, circular dependencies, transitively implied dependencies, and design rule checks (limitations on which project can include from which other project). Visualization is supported by dumping graphs to .dot files. It also has the beginnings of a natural language interface.

Download Website Updated 06 May 2013 CoFlo

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CoFlo is a source code analysis tool that generates and analyzes control flow graphs from C and C++ sources. Control flow graphs can be output in graphical or textual format.

Download No website Updated 24 Aug 2013 openPLM

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openPLM is a Web-based Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) application. It provides a configuration management system that manages all kind of files and data as documents in a product structure. It supports documents, parts, BOMs, part-document links, electronic signatures for objects, revision management, check in and check out for all files, plain text search using the Xapian engine, navigation between objects using Graphviz, and user management that allows sponsorship, delegation, and rights. Plug-ins are available for Thunderbird, OpenOffice/LibreOffice, FreeCAD, and Gedit.

Download Website Updated 10 Jul 2012 Theorem linker

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Theorem Linker is a program used to visualize references between theorems in a paper written using LaTeX. Using a .tex document (and a .aux file, created by the LaTeX compiler), Theorem Linker will search through a paper, find theorems, and find references to other theorems within a theorem's "proof". It will then create a digraph in a .dot file (to be opened with programs such as Graphviz or OmniGraffle) that will display each theorem as a node, with directed edges to describe the relations between the theorems. A path highlighted in red describes the longest path in the graph. Theorem Linker will also create folders containing graphs to individually show relations of each theorem in a paper.

Download No website Updated 05 Jun 2013 code2flow

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code2flow is an experimental script which sweeps through your project source code, looking for function definitions, then does another sweep, looking for where those functions are called. It connects the dots and presents you with a flowchart estimating the functional structure of your program. It is especially useful for untangling spaghetti code and getting new developers up to speed. code2flow is experimental and meant to provide a rough overview of the structure of simple projects. Source code which is just a little esoteric will break this. Even with normal code, there are many known limitations and many outright bugs.

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[simple | small | shell] web server

A small Web server written in /bin/sh.

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r6rs-protobuf

Protocol Buffers for R6RS Scheme.