For those of you whom I still have the attention of, I recently found this:
This is almost exactly what I was looking for (except that it's
written in Python), but the idea is the same.
On Sun, Sep 3, 2017 at 11:16 PM, dbohdan <danyil.boh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Mermaid (https://github.com/knsv/mermaid) is a useful alternative to GraphViz
> for the cases in which it specializes.
> If you're working on your own diagramming DSL, you may want to look at these
> for inspiration:
> * Diagrams for Haskell
> * CL-DOT for Common Lisp (http://foldr.org/%7Emichaelw/projects/cl-dot/).
> CL-DOT generates DOT files. Its graph examples are impressively concise. It's
> under 500 SLOC, but seems to heavily use CLOS, so a Racket translation
> wouldn't be quite straightforward.
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