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From: Maxence Guesdon <maxence.guesdon@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ocamldot on steroids

> This looks pretty good - though the types output is so small as to be
> unreadable.  Any hints on getting the output (especially for types) to use
> multiple pages - I tried feeding it smaller sections of the code but then it
> complains of missing types.
> I should say that I used the following sequence of commands:
> ocamldoc -o -dot -dot-types -dot-reduce $(SOURCES)
> dot -Tps >
I usually change some options in the generated dot code, to change
the number of pages, etc ... i should add some options to ocamldoc to
generate dot code with the values of the user for the following options:
size, ratio, page, so i can compete for the tool with the longest list 
of options :-)
Check the documentation of dot:

> Maybe there is a different renderer other than "dot"?  It seems as if any large
> program will have this problem.  What do you use to examine/print the results?
I use the options mentioned above, a ggod printer, some adhesive and i 
sit in the middle of the resulting 4meters x 4meters sheet, a litte
lost in all these dependencies :-)

Maxence Guesdon
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