It is portable Common Lisp, and has been tested sucessfully on SBCL, Clisp, Allegro, CMUCL, and LispWorks.
ExampleThis code (look at psgraph.doc file) will make a pretty, small graph:
;; Load psgraph (asdf:oos 'asdf:load-op :psgraph) ;; Set some drawing settings (setf psgraph:*boxkind* "fill") (setf psgraph:*boxgray* ".8") (setf psgraph:*fontsize* 8) (setf psgraph:*second-fontsize* 6) ;; This function will be given the name of a node, like 'A, and ;; return a list of the node's children. (defun children (x) (cond ((eq x 'A) '(B C D)) ((member x '(B C D)) '(E F G)) ((member x '(E F G)) '(H)) (t nil))) ;; This returns the information to be displayed for a node. (defun info (x) (list (string x))) ;; This is the top-level function (defun graph (&optional (shrink t)) (with-open-file (output-stream "g.ps" :direction :output :if-exists :supersede) (psgraph:psgraph output-stream 'A #'children #'info shrink nil #'eq)))
Just call (graph) and view g.ps. You will see something like this:
It can be downloaded from the asdf-packaging home page.
plotting graphics library