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mfGraph is a graph rendering library for interactive applications. Written in C++ and Python, mfGraph parses GraphViz DOT and XDOT files and provides rendering and hit-testing facilities. Supports Microsoft Windows natively, GNU/Linux through wxPython. more...
November 29, 2009
- mfGraph 0.4.3 has been released. This release contains support for the XDOT 1.1 format (contributed by Jose M. Gonzalez) and various fixes for current versions of GCC, SWIG, and Python.
May 20, 2006
- mfGraph 0.4.2 has been released. This release includes project files for Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and contains code fixes for the VC++ 2005 compiler (tested with Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition). You do not need this if you already have 0.4.1 and are not planning to use Visual Studio 2005.
August 2, 2005
- mfGraph 0.4.1 has been released. This release fixes the "File Export" feature with which you can export a graph to various graphics formats.
July 17, 2005
- mfGraph 0.4 has been released:
The new class "GraphWindow" brings graph-editing capabilities to your wxPython application. Three lines of code will get you started!
- The all new "mfGraph Editor" demo is a full-featured point-and-click front-end to DOT
See the Release Notes for details
June 15, 2005
mfGraph is now hosted on SourceForge.net.
June 12, 2005
- I have uploaded version 0.3 of the mfGraph package. This new version includes a GNU Automake-based build, various code fixes for GNU/Linux, a new MFC demo application for Microsoft Windows, bug fixes for the mfGraph UI Sample Application, and an all-new wxPython demo.
Oct 8, 2003
- I have added "pymfg," the mfGraph Python bindings. Using this extension module, you can easily add support for DOT graphs to your Python applications.
A new article describes how you can write extension modules to make your own C++ libraries available to Python code.
Sep 21, 2003
- The first alpha release of mfGraph goes online.