Re: Differentiating between Connectors and Objects
- From: "Fred Morcos" <fred morcos gmail com>
- To: "discussions about usage and development of dia" <dia-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Differentiating between Connectors and Objects
- Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2008 10:19:44 +0200
For starters, I'll go with the standard elements.
BTW, I have a prototype of the code here (Objective-C):
svn co http://fredmorcos.googlecode.com/svn/projects/sandbox
and a screencast of it here:
Note: the repelling force of a node is proportional to its size to
On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 8:15 AM, Lars Clausen <lars raeder dk> wrote:
On Jul 9, 2008, at 8:59 PM, Fred Morcos wrote:
Diagram Auto-Layouting , basically the "connections" act like
springs and the "objects" act like repulsive charges. A simulation is
ran and as the system approaches an equilibrium state, the diagram
starts "looking good" and well "layouted".
PS: Using the algorithms used by "dot" (graphviz) is not really an
option for me, it is my bachelor thesis so the tasks are pretty
It would be lovely to have something like this.
I'd suggest concentrating on the general case (elements and maybe one, maybe
more general lines) instead of trying to handle every last misimplementation
of mutated crossovers that exist in Dia. The problem surely has enough
wrinkles in the base case.
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