A tool to draw various charts from textual description. Currently two types of charts are supported: Message Sequence Charts or generic graphs, with more to be added in the future. You can embed the charts in a document or presentation on Windows. There is a command-line version for linux, replacing mscgen.
See the Wiki for detailed user and code documentation.
Gábor Németh has volunteered to maintain a debian package for Ubuntu and has also developed a small GUI. See install instructions on the Wiki.
- NEW: Simple Ubuntu GUI, check out the Wiki.
- Full support for graphviz graphs via the DOT language. Collapse/expand subgraphs, use styles and many other extensions.
- A rich signalling chart syntax to describe arrows, boxes, comments and more.
- A host of fully customizable visual attributes - or just use pre-defined styles.
- Built-in editor with color syntax highlighting, smart-ident, auto-suggest and auto-complete.
- Full OLE support on Windows - double click an embedded chart to edit.
- Updated user interface, tracking mode, full screen and print support.
- Ubuntu package, use apt-get to install. See instructions on the Wiki page.
- Export in PNG, PDF, SVG, EMF and EPS formats.
- Doxygen, Sphinx, Msctexen integration via full compatibility with mscgen.
- Full international support with UTF-8 and Windows Unicode files.
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