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  • v1.0.28 Changes

    May 11, 2016
    • ๐Ÿ›  Fixed issue 52. Improved handling of BOM-less UTF-8 encoded files.
    • ๐Ÿ›  Fixed issue 55 regarding unicode handling.
    • ๐Ÿ›  Fixed issue 50 where an ending colon in a node name was understood as a port separator. Colons as the last character of node names will be left as-is.
    • Issue 59 (and duplicate issue 62): Program arguments are mishandled in Dot.create - Patch merged.
    • ๐Ÿ›  Fixed issue 49, handling of quotes in unicode html-labels.
    • Fixed issue 60. Added an additional check in __get_attribute__ to not assume the parent graph is always retrievable.
    • ๐Ÿ›  Fixed issue 61. Graph names will be adequately quoted when necessary.
  • v1.0.25 Changes

    April 10, 2011
    • ๐Ÿ‘Œ Improved the message raised by TypeErrors.
    • If arguments need to be specified for 'dot', 'neato' and rest of graph layout engines they can now be passed to the create() and create_*() family of functions. If a string is passed it's expected to be simply the name of the program. If a list is passed it's assumed to contain strings, the name of the layout engine as the first element, followed by any optional arguments that will be later appended to the command line.
    • ๐Ÿ‘Œ Improved parsing of DOT files where a subgraph was given inline as the source or destination of an edge.
  • v1.0.23 Changes

    March 03, 2011
    • ๐Ÿ›  Fixed Issue 46 and modified the version number to include the subversion revision number, hence the small jump from 1.0.4 to 1.0.23 ;-)
  • v1.0.4 Changes

    December 31, 2010
    • ๐Ÿ”€ Merged fixes by Nelson Elhage
      • The "id_re_with_port" regex was too lax, and let through many illegal strings just because they contained colons. Fix it to require that both the ID and port component be independently safe.
      • Even when the code detected that a string needed quoting, ", \n, and \r were left alone inside the double quotes, which is illegal. Replace them with appropriately escaped versions.
    • โœ… We also add a test that pydot is correctly able to quote Python's "string.printable" string, which exercises both of the above cases.
    • โž• Added testing script and test data
    • ๐Ÿ›  Fixed issue 42. Graphviz's executable "sfdp" has been included in the list of executables to search for and will now be found if available.
    • โšก๏ธ Updated main docstring
    • ๐Ÿ›  Fixed setup.py script to not include the dot-underscore files in OSX (the resource fork) when building the tar.gz for distribution
  • v1.0.3 Changes

    November 02, 2010

    The release 1.0.3 of pydot is mainly a maintenance release. It badly needed some attention. Most of the open issues have been โž• addressed.

    ๐Ÿ“œ dot_parser.py:

    • ๐Ÿ‘Œ Improved the parsing of attributes with no explicit value but implicit defaults
    • ๐Ÿ‘Œ Improved handling of subgraphs
    • ๐Ÿ‘Œ Improved handling of whitespace within HTML node names/labels

    pydot.py:

    • โšก๏ธ Updated Graph, Cluster, Subgraph, Node and Edge attributes to reflect the latest GraphViz version (2.26.3)
    • ๐Ÿ‘Œ Improved the parsing of attributes with no explicit value but implicit defaults
    • ๐Ÿ‘Œ Improved handling of boolean attributes
    • ๐Ÿ›  Fixed issue 17, 12
    • ๐Ÿ›  Fixed issues 19, 29, 35, 37 finding the Graphviz binary in Windows
    • โž• Added method del_node() to delete Nodes from the graph
    • โž• Added method del_edges() to delete Edges from the graph
    • get_node() will now always return a list of nodes
    • get_edge() will now always return a list of edges
    • get_subgraph() will now always return a list of edges
    • Other minor improvements
  • v1.0.2 Changes

    February 14, 2008

    The release 1.0.2 of pydot boasts the following:

    • ๐Ÿ“œ The parser has been improved a lot. It passes all of GraphViz's regression tests (which I consider quite an accomplishment seeing the kind of crazy constructs on those )
    • Different charsets should now be dealt with properly.
    • The search of GraphViz's executables has been improved for all platforms. On Windows, paths and registry keys are searched. On Unix now it should exhibit the same behavior as the traditional shell path search. (Thanks Andy Gimblett and many others)
    • ๐Ÿ Double-quoted paths in Windows are nor properly handled. The os.path.exists() check fails if a valid path is enclosed within quotes.
    • 'type' keyword has been changed everywhere to 'graph_type'
    • ๐Ÿ‘ Better handling of Node/Edge/Graph defaults. Added methods: set_graph_defaults, set_node_defaults, set_edge_defaults, get_graph_defaults, get_node_defaults, get_edge_defaults
    • Now it's possible to use rank to lay out nodes at the same level

      graph = pydot.Dot('graphname', graph_type='digraph') subg = pydot.Subgraph('', rank='same') subg.add_node(pydot.Node('a')) graph.add_subgraph(subg) subg.add_node(pydot.Node('b')) subg.add_node(pydot.Node('c'))

    • ๐Ÿ‘ Multiple main graphs in a file are now supported, will be returned as a list of graph instances

    • Handling of shapefiles Dot().set_shape_files()

    • โž• Added method "add_style()" to the Node class to easily append styles to a node

    • โšก๏ธ Attribute lists updated to reflect the available ones in graphviz 2.16

    • โž• Added error reporting when rendering graphs with GraphViz executables. There was an often reported problem where the output graphs would have 0 size. In most cases this was due to Graphviz missing a library for a format that pydot assumed to be there. Now the error given by the executable will be reported instead of being silently ignored (Thanks Jarno)

    • ๐Ÿ‘Œ Improved parsing of identifiers

    • โž• Added non-GraphViz attributes needed by dot2tex

    • Jose Fonseca contributed a fix dealing with quoted strings the the dot parsing module

    • โšก๏ธ setup.py updated so that it's possible to install pydot through Setuptools' easy_install

    • Edge()'s can be created passing two Node objects as well as, the previously supported, two strings with node names. Warning: when passing two Node instances, the attributes won't be taken into account. The edge will only read the Nodes' names to create an edge, the Nodes must be separately added to the graph so all their attributes are "remembered".

    • Substituted all str()'s for unicode()'s

    • It's possible now to manually specify the path to GraphViz's executables in the case they can't be found automatically. The method 'set_graphviz_executables(paths)' will take a dictionary specifying the location of the executables. Please refer to the documentation for usage detailed information.

    • ๐Ÿ›  And too many bugfixes to list...

    ๐ŸŽ Performance:

    The new pydot stores graphs and their objects using a hierarchy of nested dictionaries and lists. Graph, Node, Edge objects are mere proxies to the data and are created on demand. So that now it's possible to have a graph with a 1 million edges and there will not be a single Edge instance (only if requested, then they will be created on demand, mapping the data and providing with all the methods to act on the data in the global dictionary).

    Storing a graph with 1 million edges in pydot 1.0 has approximately the same memory requirements (~813MiB) as dealing with one with only 40.000 edges in pydot 0.9 (~851MiB), the 40.000 edges graph needs ~35MiB in pydot 1.0 . Handling graphs should be much faster, as no linear searches are performed in pydot 1.0

  • v0.9.10 Changes

    December 21, 2004

    2004-12-21 09:12 carrer

    * dot_parser.py, pydot.py: Updated docstrings
    

    2004-12-20 11:19 carrer

    * dot_parser.py: Parsing of dot files greatly improved
    

    2004-12-20 11:17 carrer

    * pydot.py: Added new attributes introduced in Graphviz 1.16.
      Added support to pickle graphs.  Parsing of dot files greatly
      improved.  Bumped version to 0.9.10.
    

    2004-12-14 07:48 carrer

    * pydot.py: Improved the processing of the graph's default values
    

    2004-10-11 21:10 carrer

    * README:
      Added list of required software to the README
    

    2004-10-11 21:09 carrer

    * MANIFEST, setup.py:
      Added dot_parser module
    

    2004-10-11 21:06 carrer

    * dot_parser.py, pydot.py:
      Thanks to a great contribution from Michael Krause, pydot is now
      able to load DOT files. The loader has been tested against
      plethora of test DOT files, and the results written to PS files,
      which ended up being identical to the ones obtained straight from
      running them through dot. Functions 'graph_from_dot_file' and
      'graph_from_dot_data' have been added. This feature requires the
      pyparsing module.
    
      Note that if using pyparsing <1.2 the tabs in labels are
      converted to whitespaces. 1.2 fixed that.
    
      Adrian Heilbut noticed that there was no way of telling pydot to
      create HTML labels. Starting from this version, if the label's
      first character is '<' and last is '>', the label will be treated
      as HTML.  If this is not the desired behaviour it suffices with
      adding a whitespace before the first '<' character or after the
      last '>'.
    
      Version bumped to 0.9.9
    

    2004-10-11 21:02 carrer

    * pydot.py:
      Added check to add_node() avoid creating nodes with the same
      names.
    

    2004-10-11 20:59 carrer

    * pydot.py:
      When adding an edge through add_edge() the correspoding Node
      objects were not being created. While the graph was correctly
      displayed it was not possible to modify the node attributes, as
      it did not exist. Thus now, everytime an edge is added, the
      corresponding nodes are created if they did not previously exist.
    

    2004-07-08 01:44 carrer

    * pydot.py: Fixed bug reported by Hector Villafuerte.
    

    2004-07-08 00:11 carrer

    * pydot.py: Fixed bug reported by Colin Gillespie regarding the
      problem creating clusters due to the 'simplify' attribute
      missing.
    

    2004-07-07 23:51 carrer

    * pydot.py: Set default program with which to process the output
      and added some minor enhacement enabling to pass non-str objects
      as Node names, which will be converted to str by retrieving their
      string representation with str()
    

    2004-05-20 10:47 carrer

    * pydot.py: Bumped version to 0.9.4
    

    2004-05-20 10:41 carrer

    * pydot.py: Minor bugfix
    

    2004-05-03 23:45 carrer

    * pydot.py: Merged fixes by Ramon Felciano: -Better handling of
      default 'node' and 'edge' definitions.  -Subgraph class now
      accepts the same parametes as Graph.
    

    2004-05-01 14:24 carrer

    * README, setup.py: Changed license from GPL to MIT.
    

    2004-05-01 14:00 carrer

    * pydot.py: Minor bugfix.  Added methods to retrieve an edge's
      source and destination.
    

    2004-05-01 13:49 carrer

    * pydot.py: Minor bugfixes.  License has been changed from GPL to
      MIT.  The following features have been implemented, as suggested
      by Ramon Felciano:  -Ability to retrieve nodes/subgraphs (by
      name) and edges (by src+target) from a graph.   -Ability to get
      the graph's node/edge/subgraph lists.   -Ability to get the
      attributes from the objects, not only set them.
    

    2004-05-01 13:34 carrer

    * LICENSE: Changed license from GPL to MIT.
    

    2004-04-28 21:52 carrer

    * ChangeLog: [no log message]
    

    2004-04-28 21:50 carrer

    * pydot.py: Some of the changes already made should allow pydot to
      run on OSX.  Bumped version to 0.9.2
    

    2004-04-24 17:52 carrer

    * setup.py: Added more metainformation to the distribution.
    

    2004-04-24 17:51 carrer

    * pydot.py: Added support for circo and fdp. Fixed piping mechanism
      to not to capture stderr.
    

    2004-04-24 13:26 carrer

    * ChangeLog, LICENSE, MANIFEST, README, setup.py: Adding
      supplementary files to the distribution to the CVS.
    

    2004-04-24 12:57 carrer

    * pydot.py: Bumped version to 0.9.1
    

    2004-04-24 01:36 carrer

    * pydot.py: Implemented tweaks suggested by John B. Cole to handle
      non-str nodes, converting them to strings.
    

    2004-04-24 01:10 carrer

    * pydot.py: Applied patch for Windows support by Kent Johnson.
    

    2004-04-24 01:05 carrer

    * pydot.py: Fixed to properly handle unicode strings in attributes.
    

    2004-04-20 00:06 carrer

    * pydot.py:
      Fixed silly error in graph_from_edges. When pasting the function
      into the code, the references to the pydot module were not
      removed, which are no longer needed since we now are _in_ the
      module.
    

    2004-04-19 23:33 carrer

    * pydot.py:
      Added support to write files with the desired output format with
      write_[format]
    

    2004-04-19 22:53 carrer

    * pydot.py:
      Done some clean up, no major changes.
    

    2004-04-08 00:22 carrer

    * pydot.py:
      Initial revision.
    

    2004-04-08 00:22 carrer

    * pydot.py: Initial revision