EHT Graphviz (plugin para WordPress)


Este plugin para WordPress es capaz de parsear código Graphviz y lo convierte directamente a una imagen, insertando la imagen en tu web:

  • Sencillo de instalar (sólo pon el código PHP donde quieras).
  • En el panel de administración, en opciones, habrá un panel propio para el plugin.
  • El único requisito es tener instalado Graphviz en tu servidor (sudo apt-get install graphviz en Ubuntu).

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Ejemplo de uso (inserta este código en cualquier post o página, quitando el espacio después del primer corchete):

[ graphviz name=Graph01]
main -> parse -> execute;
main -> init;
main -> cleanup;
execute -> make_string;
execute -> printf
init -> make_string;
main -> printf;
execute -> compare;
[/graphviz]

El resultado de esto será el siguiente gráfico:


Graph01 ©

Historial:

  • 0.1 First release.
  • 0.2 Error fixing.

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  1. #1 by Ian on 2014/04/22 - 16:16

    Have you ever thought about including a little bit more than just your articles? I mean, what you say is fundamental and everything. Nevertheless just imagine if you added some great photos or video clips to give your posts more, “pop”! Your content is excellent but with pics and clips, this blog could definitely be one of the greatest in its field. Great blog!

  2. #2 by Klein on 2013/08/20 - 13:50

    Hai,
    Seems to be a nice plugin. However, I read that there is only one requirement: “to have GraphViz installed locally on your server”. Unfortunately, my hosting provider refuses to install GraphViz. Do you have a solution for running GraphViz in a WordPress plugin without this requirement? Possibly installing a DOT renderer within the plugin itself?
    Best regards.

  3. #3 by bazza on 2010/11/17 - 15:17

    No sabes un metodo para hacer que graphviz ande con imagick?, creo que existe xq en mi servidor no puedo instalar aplicaciones….
    gracias!
    muy bueno plugin!

  4. #4 by Darla Ligget on 2010/04/14 - 17:14

    Hola. Gran trabajo Post . No me esperaba esto en un miércoles. Este es un gran post historia. Gracias!

  5. #5 by TaoGOGO on 2010/02/21 - 08:19

    Thanks for your plugs~i’ll try it!

  6. #6 by blackhatzen on 2008/12/01 - 12:28

    Thank you for creating this plug-in. I’ve found it extremely useful for a few different projects.

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