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TeeJay (2309)

TeeJay
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Working in Truro
Graduate with BSc (Hons) in Computer Systems and Networks
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Sunday July 06, 2003
07:30 PM

reinventing the directed graph wheel for fun and profit

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Today I spent about 8 hours hacking and reading and sketching on paper ontil I had a basic directed graph algorithm that places over a dozen nodes with minimal cross-over and reasonable distancing.

There is still a lot to cover such as minimum angle (so that seperate edges are easily distinguished even if going in the same direction).

I also need to provide some sort of scaling and a better way of actually drawing and labelling the nodes.

And the code is ugly - but that always happens when you learn how to do something while coding it

Anyway you can see the fruits of a long days labour here at my website

This means that pretty soon I can provide Autodia with an inbuilt layout engine, as well as providing support for the Graph::Weighted, Graph::Draw, etc modules that are fairly immature at the moment and probably require even more modules for autodia users to download and install.

Directed graphs are cool !!!

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