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importing dot files with subgraphs Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
I've been trying to import dot format files to omnigraffle
(by the way - great feature !)
For some reason, after importing them, the subgraph's are displayed properly,
but instead of showing the edges between them, edges are shown between new nodes that are named like the subgraph.
Any advice ?

Thanks in advance,
Ariel
 
If you could send in a sample .dot file showing this behavior to omnigraffle@omnigroup.com it would be greatly appreciated.
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Here is a .dot example:
graph G {
e
subgraph clusterA {
a -- b;
subgraph clusterC {
C -- D;
}
}
subgraph clusterB {
d -- f
}
d -- D
e -- clusterB
clusterC -- clusterB
}
Also attached is the expected picture in png format.
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Awesaome, thanks. I'm fairly certain this has to do with a general lack of support for FDP, but I'll check with engineering just the same.
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