GraphWriter

Description:This is a full-featured graph editor for the 49G calculator. Graphs are implemented as (asymmetric) adjacency lists with support for multigraphs, 2D node embeddings and arbitrary node and edge labels. The editor allows you to create and edit these structures in a graphical environment, using the calculators' graphics screen for display. The library also provides a collection of functions for manipulating graphs from the command line or through RPL programs. Distributed under the GPL. Package includes binary, System RPL sources, documentation and an example (Dijkstra's shortest path algorithm). Now also works on the 49g+/50g.
Filename:grw-31.zip
ID:5056
Current version:3.1
Author:Albert Graef: http://www.musikwissenschaft.uni-mainz.de/~ag/hp49/hp49.php
Downloaded file size:715,615 bytes
Size on calculator:35 KB
Platforms:49/50  
User rating:10/10 with 1 vote (you must be logged in to vote)
Primary category:Apps/Editors
Languages:ENG  
File date:2015/07/26 20:45:15
Source code:Included
Download count:11,034
Version history:2015/07/26: Updated to version 3.1
2007/01/13: Updated to version 3.0
2006/12/23: Updated to version 2.1+
2002/02/24: Updated to version 2.1
2002/02/17: Updated to version 2.0
2002/02/16: Updated to version 1.2
2002/02/10: Updated to version 1.1
2002/02/07: Added to site
Archive contents:
  Length     Date   Time    Name
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    18332  08-05-01 00:08   GRW/COPYING
        0  05-04-15 23:38   GRW/examples/
     3927  02-15-02 17:42   GRW/examples/DIJKSTRA
      316  02-15-02 17:50   GRW/examples/G
    35788  05-05-15 00:26   GRW/GRW.hp
   197813  02-19-02 15:41   GRW/GRW.pdf
     4318  05-05-15 00:15   GRW/README
   544713  05-05-15 07:42   GRW/src.zip
        0  05-05-15 07:42   GRW/
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   805207                   9 files
Library contents:GRW/GRW.hp: Library 557, GRW 3.1 AG
Screenshot:Screenshot
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