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TeeJay (2309)

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Friday June 07, 2002
03:44 AM

wither perls swf support..?

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You know perl rocks, I really like the way that 9 times out of 10 it means I can do my job easier than I thought.

..but sometimes the magic cupboard is empty or has nothing but a couple of beans, a year old c library or a rudimentary victorian looking tool with cobwebs growing on it.

Thats how I feel looking for a way to generate graphs in flash - I managed to do some very neat stuff using GD : radials, gantt, etc. I hope to update autodia to use dot and graphviz stuff. But right now I want to do graphs using flash.

I have found some cool stuff in the cupboard but mostly in dusty old bottles with 'pre-alpha' scribbled on the label... gravel or a bit on the rudimentary side.. SWF-File Luckily there are some other very cool things outside the cupboard in the google bag, but right at the bottom hidden under the shiney new looking java, php and python stuff... things like roasp and SVG-Graph ( very cool, but I haven't installed it)

..theres also ImageMagick, but its big and heavy and I would hate to try and get it working on windows.

So where is the gem hidden that provides a documented API, a simple tutorial and a perl module with less than a zillion c library dependancies?

I guess I'm just spoilt, used to having all the stuff I needed magically appear out of the cpan cupboard or the google bag..

Anyway - I'm probably gonna create a website pointing to all the lovelly gems I have found, and related stuff like graphviz, image magick, gimp and autodia.. anyone else interested should email me.


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