Tag Archives: graph theory

Coloured call graphs!

Juha Jeronen has added some features to the Python call-graph generator (pyan) I’ve previously blogged about. With a single command line, I can now get pictures like this: A bit of colour always shows a program’s structure in a better … Continue reading

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Last Friday I stumbled on Manufactoria, a cute web-based game in which the object is to build machines for testing and repairing robots. This is done by manipulating a robot’s code, a sequence of red and blue symbols. Each part … Continue reading

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Blog topology

Yesterday I had someone comment favourably on the “linkage” in my blog. Generally when I write a post, I try to refer back to one or two existing posts on the same topic. So in theory, there is an ever-growing … Continue reading

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Call graphs in Python part 2

I’ve made some improvements to the program discussed last month in Call graphs in Python. It’s had a significant rewrite in program analysis, paying more attention to how names are used. I’ve also experimented a little more with rendering the … Continue reading

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