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Ron Savage
Documentation
find.clusters.pl - Run GraphViz2::Marpa::PathUtils.
find.fixed.length.paths.pl - Run GraphViz2::Marpa::PathUtils.
generate.code.attributes.pl - Generate GraphViz2::Marpa::PathUtils's html/code.attributes.html.
generate.demo.pl - Generate GraphViz2::Marpa::PathUtils' html/index.html.
Modules
GraphViz2::Marpa::PathUtils - Provide various analyses of Graphviz dot files
GraphViz2::Marpa::PathUtils::Config - Provide various analyses of Graphviz dot files
GraphViz2::Marpa::PathUtils::Utils - Provide various analyses of Graphviz dot files
Changes for version 1.04
    • Install Graphviz 2.30.1 from AT&T.
    • Rename CHANGES to Changes as per CPAN::Changes::Spec.
    • Re-write the code in Build.PL and Makefile.PL which checks for Graphviz (dot) being installed, since the previous code, using a pipe, was failing on some versions of Windows.
    • Assume Config.pm is installed, and hence remove it from the pre-reqs. This also stops a warning message generated because Config's version # is undef.
    • Likewise assume File::Spec and File::Temp are installed, and 'recent enough'. This is because the new code uses these 3 modules before specifying the pre-reqs.
    • Bump the pre-req for Perl from 5.10.0 to 5.14, since we 'use feature qw/unicode_strings/.
    • Re-write the code in Build.PL and Makefile.PL which checks for Perl being 'recent enough', since the previous code, using a pre-req of "perl => '5.10.0'" generates a warning message when using Makefile.PL (for my current Perl V 5.14.2). Now we analyze $Config{version}.
    • Re-create the demo files. See scripts/generate.demo.sh.



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