++ed by:
Syohei Yoshida

NAME

Graphviz::DSL - Graphviz Perl interface with DSL

SYNOPSIS

  use Graphviz::DSL;

  my $graph = graph {
      name 'Sample';

      route main => [qw/init parse cleanup printf/];
      route init => 'make', parse => 'execute';
      route execute => [qw/make compare printf /];

      nodes colorscheme => 'piyg8', style => 'filled';

      my $index = 1;
      for my $n ( nodeset() ) {
          node($n->id, fillcolor => $index++);
      }

      edges arrowhead => 'onormal', color => 'magenta4';
      edge ['main' => 'printf'], arrowtail => 'diamond', color => '#3355FF';
      global bgcolor => 'white';

      node 'execute', shape => 'Mrecord',
                      label => '{<x>execute | {a | b | c}}';
      node 'printf',  shape => 'Mrecord',
                      label => '{printf |<y> format}';

      edge ['execute:x' => 'printf:y'];
      rank 'same', 'cleanup', 'execute';

      subgraph {
          global label => 'SUB';
          node 'init';
          node 'make';
      };

      subgraph {
          global label => 'SUB2';
          multi_route +{
              'a' => [qw/b c d/],
              'd' => 'e',
              'f' => {
                  'g' => { 'h' => 'i'},
                  'j' => 'k',
              },
          };
     };
  };

  $graph->save(path => 'output', type => 'png', encoding => 'utf-8');

DESCRIPTION

Graphviz::DSL is Perl version of Ruby gem Gviz. This module provide DSL for generating DOT file(and image if you install Graphviz dot command). Outputted DOT file may be similar to your DSL, because Graphviz::DSL try to keep objects order in DSL(Order of objects in DSL is very important. If you change some objects order, then output image may be changed).

INTERFACES

Method in DSL

name $name

Set $name as graph name. Default is 'G'.

type $type

Set $type as graph type. $type should be digraph(directed graph) or graph(undirected graph). Default is 'digraph'.

add, route

Add nodes and them edges. route is alias of add function. You can call these methods like following.

add $nodes

Add $nodes to this graph. $nodes should be Scalar or ArrayRef.

add $node1, \@edges1, $node2, \@edges2 ...

Add nodes and edges. $noden should be Scalar or ArrayRef. For example:

    add [qw/a b/], [qw/c d/]

Add node a and b and add edge a->c, a->d, b->c, b->d.

multi_route(\%routes])

Add multiple routes at once.

    multi_route +{
        a => [qw/b c/],
        d => 'e',
        f => {
            g => { h => 'i'},
            j => 'k',
        },
    };

equals to following:

    route a => 'b', a => 'c';
    route d => 'e';
    route f => 'g', f => 'j';
    route g => 'h';
    route h => 'i';
    route j => 'k';

node($node_id, [%attributes])

Add node or update attribute of specified node.

edge($edge_id, [%attributes])

Add edge or update attribute of specified edge.

nodes(%attributes)

Update attribute of all nodes.

edges(%attributes)

Update attribute of all edges.

nodeset

Return registered nodes.

edgeset

Return registered edges.

global

Update graph attribute.

rank

Set rank.

subgraph($coderef)

Create subgraph.

Class Method

$graph->save(%args)

Save graph as DOT file.

%args is:

path

Basename of output file.

type

Output image type, such as png, gif, if you install Graphviz(dot command). If dot command is not found, it generate only dot file. Graphviz::DSL don't output image if you omit this attribute.

encoding

Encoding of output DOT file. Default is utf-8.

$graph->as_string

Return DOT file as string. This is same as stringify itself. Graphviz::DSL overload stringify operation.

SEE ALSO

Gviz https://github.com/melborne/Gviz

Graphviz http://www.graphviz.org/

AUTHOR

Syohei YOSHIDA <syohex@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2013- Syohei YOSHIDA

LICENSE

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.




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