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From: Emmanuel Renieris <er@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ocamldot on steroids
The other tool I use to look at things is "dotty", but there is a 
tcl version (tcldot:not as good, but maybe easier to customize)
and a Java version (Grappa?).

Also, dot can take any number of parameters, some inside and some
outside its input file, to set width, height, aspect ratio, etc.

Look at, and the corresponding AT&T site (linked to
from there). Also look at

-- Manos

On Thu, Jul 18, 2002 at 10:02:43AM -0700, Brian Naylor wrote:
> 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 >
> 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?
> > dot graphs for modules dependencies or types dependencies, with some
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