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Graph-ReadWrite This is a collection of perl classes for reading and writing directed graphs in a variety of file formats. The graphs are represented in Perl using Jarkko Hietaniemi's Graph classes. Version 2+ of this distribution works with version 0.5 and later of the Graph distribution. There are two base classes: Graph::Reader Base class for classes which read a graph file and create an instance of the Graph class. Graph::Writer Base class for classes which take an instance of the Graph class and write it out in a specific file format. This distribution also defines a simple XML format for storing directed graphs, defined to meet the needs of the Graph class. A reader and writer are provided for this: Graph::Reader::XML Graph::Writer::XML Writers are also included for Dot, VCG, and daVinci, two packages for displaying / rendering graphs. Dot and VCG are freely available; daVinci is freely available at the moment, but that is going to change soon. Graph::Writer::Dot Graph::Writer::VCG Graph::Writer::daVinci A reader for Dot files has been contributed by Mark Hillebrand: Graph::Reader::Dot A reader and writer for HTK lattices are also included: Graph::Reader::HTK Graph::Writer::HTK These last two will probably only be of interest to people working with HTK, or tools which use the same format. Dependencies: Graph Jarkko's Graph classes XML::Parser used by Graph::Reader::XML XML::Writer used by Graph::Writer::XML IO::File To install these modules, you should just have to run the following: % perl Makefile.PL % make % make test % make install This distribution contains an early version of a test-suite; you may get a warning about an undefined value from one of the tests. Bugs, suggestions, and new readers and writers will be gratefully received. Neil Bowers <firstname.lastname@example.org>