Re: [xsl] Abstract flow diagrams?

Subject: Re: [xsl] Abstract flow diagrams?
From: Incze Lajos <incze@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2001 22:15:58 +0200
On Thu, Jun 14, 2001 at 07:21:46PM +0200, Ruggier, Mario wrote:
> Hi,
> would anyone be aware of an XSL and/or SVG based "diagramming" tool that
> would read an abstract xml description of the (diagram) model, and
> generate a 
> visual representation of it. I am at the moment thinking of flow
> diagrams, but the
> concept should apply to any kind of diagramming model.
> The concepts for flow diagrams are quite limited: data, condtions,
> actions, ...
> Is there a human-friendly xml vocabularly to express a flow using these
> concepts
> (that could also be edited manually!) ? 
> And, would there be any existing XSLTs to render (and add all
> non-logical info) this 
> in SVG or some other visual format?
> I am aware of XMI (XML Metadata Interchange Standard) that may do this,
> but
> it seems horribly heavy. 
> Appreciate any pointers.
> Many thanks, mario
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You can try "dia". it's a freeware diagramming tool (has unix and windows
variant) and stores it's images in xml. It has flow diagrams, as well.                       incze

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