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Id: 76318
Status: new
Priority: 0/
Queue: Graph-Easy

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Severity: Normal
Broken in:
  • 0.64
  • 0.71
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Graph::Easy successfully folds some attributes (such as border) into nodes affected by them when producing Graphviz output. However, other attributes (such as shape) are "forgotten" when producing Graphviz output, and nodes with those classes get the default shape instead of the intended one. For instance, consider the following Graph::Easy input: node.city { shape: diamond; border: dashed } [Bonn] {class: city} --> [Berlin]{shape: circle} The output (after passing through a Graph::Easy graphviz filter) is the following: 'digraph GRAPH_0 { // Generated by Graph::Easy 0.71 at Wed Apr 4 22:14:26 2012 edge [ arrowhead=open ]; graph [ rankdir=LR ]; node [ fontsize=11, fillcolor=white, style=filled, shape=box ]; Berlin [ shape=circle ] Bonn [ style="filled,dashed" ] Bonn -> Berlin [ color="#000000" ] You would expect that either Berlin and Bohn would have a shape, or that neither would. Or you'd expect that classes were completely ignored and htat Bohn would have neither a shape nor a color. However, instead, Bohn ends up with a dashed (copied from its class) but no shape (forgotten due to a bug). But Berlin, which has its shape internally, continues to "remember" its shape.


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