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Re: The life of a Grob

From: Joe Neeman
Subject: Re: The life of a Grob
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2006 07:53:10 +1000

On Sun, 2006-09-17 at 20:35 +0200, Ruud van Silfhout wrote:
> >> I don't suppose you'd know how to do this in graphviz? I'm quite new to
> >> it.
> >>     
> Hi,
> Adding a label to a node is done by adding an extra line in the dot-file 
> containing the name of the node followed by [label="1: yourlabeltext"];
> so for a node with name x this would be: x [label="1: yourlabeltext"];
> adding labels to edges is done the same way add: a -> b [label= 
> "edgelabel"];. However, AFAICT an edge only supports one label, which 
> will be placed by dot.
> More can be read in the dot-manual: 
> see figure 3.

Ah, thanks for the info -- I hadn't realised that edges could be
labelled like that. In fact, in the list of attributes on the graphviz
website, I see that there are headlabel and taillabel attributes that do
exactly what Werner suggested.


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