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NOTE: Windows and Linux precompiled binaries can now be found at http://www.francesconapolitano.it/downloads. This is README.txt file for lglc source package. lglc (Leaf Graph Language Compiler) is a compiler for the LGL language whose target code is a subset of the DOT language (http://www.graphviz.org). The LGL language is an ASCII-ART based graph definition language, whose aim is to code graph structures in a readable way. Here is an example: /C A -> B < \ /E -> @C D < \F -> G, H ; The code above defines the graph structure that can be easily guessed. Note that the code "E -> @C" creates a loop with the previously defined node C. Also note that "F -> G, H" creates two edges. The resulting graph can be visualized converting this code to DOT language through the lglc compiler and then using Graphviz tools. The LGL compiler is part of a pipeline management system, so it lacks some standalone stuff at the moment (notably documentation).