|Re: Layout parts of a diagram [message #1772173 is a reply to message #1771608]
||Wed, 06 September 2017 10:23
| Christoph Daniel Schulze
Registered: September 2015
sorry for the delayed reply - I just came back from vacation. ;)
Benoit VIAUD wrote on Mon, 28 August 2017 15:15
You are mentionning that Quote:
my guess is that it will be available in about three months.
What did you have in mind as a solution? How will we know that it is available?
Does everything goes well, as you were expecting? Otherwise, do you have a new target?
The idea was to develop a separate layout algorithm specialized in edge routing, completely separate from ELK Layered, hopefully as part of the next release (which we will start planning tomorrow, as it happens).
I will leave details as to how well it went to Ulf, who has a better overview there.
Benoit VIAUD wrote on Mon, 28 August 2017 15:29
So by the way, what is "Layout partitioning"?
This is a way to influence how nodes are placed along the horizontal axis. ELK Layered distributes nodes over vertical columns. Partitioning allows us to restrict that distribution such that nodes in the same partition are put into consecutive columns. It's basically like grouping columns in a table and defining which group a node should be part of, while not caring about which exact column inside that group it will end up in.
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