Screenshot of the example 'test-app' program that generates simple perl scripts.
A 'node graph' or 'node tree' widget, where users can connect 'operation boxes'
together to form interconnects that can be used to generate code (ie. perl, python, C, etc)
or other custom data structures that follow a 'tree' of nodes.
Comes with full documentation. Coded so as to hopefully be added to the
FLTK core someday. (Up to the FLTK maintainers.) This widget assumes
you have FLTK 1.x and the std C++ library (eg. std::string, std::vector, etc)
There's a snapshot of the current version's Doxygen
a simple test program, and
a more advanced, full on application,
and some screenshots.
The Fl_OpDesk project was designed so as to either be merged in the FLTK 1.x
main tree, or just installed as a subdirectory of your
individual project. The latter is recommended.
There are Release Notes and Readme
files that come with the source. You can download the latest versions:
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