Hi, thanks. That 'view function might be sufficient for my present needs (debugging some generated data structures) but I'll keep Graphviz in the back of my mind.
Does somebody already have a PicoLisp lib for converting lists -> DOT? On 04/06/2017 08:26 AM, Loyall, David wrote: >> Does somebody have a FOSS library handy for graphing a picolisp list (like, >> hierarchically)? Say, SVG format or something? > > Christopher, are you familiar with Graphviz? > > It's a 26 year old suite of tools. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphviz > > I generally use lisp (common lisp, actually) to generate text files in the > DOT language and then use the standard graphviz tools to render images in > various formats including SVG. > > Another option, which I have not tried but may be powerful is to use FFI to > programmatically build graphs and render them using the various graphviz C > APIs. > > I hope this information is helpful. > > Cheers, > --Dave > PԔ � &j)m����X�����zV�u�.n7�����r��e=== > -- Christopher Howard, Computer Assistant Alaska Satellite Internet 3239 La Ree Way, Fairbanks, AK 99709 907-451-0088 or 888-396-5623 (toll free) fax: 888-260-3584 mailto:christop...@alaskasi.com http://www.alaskasatelliteinternet.com -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Unsubscribe