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README.md

Multigraph

For more information about using Multigraph, see http://www.multigraph.org.

Development

To work on the Multigraph code, prepare your computer by installing the required dev tools:

  • npm
  • nodejs
  • browserify (sudo npm install -g browserify)
  • uglify-js (sudo npm install -g uglify-js)
  • jasmine-node (for running the unit tests, sudo npm install -g uglify-js)

These tools are not needed for simply viewing Multigraph graphs, but they are needed for working on the Multigraph code. (The only thing needed for viewing a graph is a browser).

Then, to obtain and work with the code, use the following steps.

Clone the repo

git clone git@github.com:embeepea/js-multigraph

Initialize the git submodules

git submodule update --init --recursive

Install the npm dependencies

npm install

Run the unit tests from the command line

npm test

Build the bundled multigraph.js file

npm run build

Update and run the unit tests in a browser

npm run build-tests

After doing this, browse spec/index.html to run the tests in the browser.

Viewing the graph tests in a browser

Browse spec/graphics/index.html.

Adding a new graph test

Create a new *.xml file in spec/mugl, and optionally edit spec/mugl/tests.js; see the comments in spec/mugl/README.md for details. After adding a new *.xml file and/or editing spec/mugl/tests.js, run the command

npm run build-graph-tests

to update the tests, then browse spec/graphics/index.html.

Build everything (bundled and minified, with and without JQuery):

npm run build-all

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