claude at mathr.co.uk
Thu Aug 2 19:15:32 UTC 2018
hp2pretty graphs heap profiles as SVG, much like hp2ps graphs as
I release hp2pretty-0.9, with support for detached keys in a separate
text file with individual label images, which lets you construct a
single key for multiple graphs, and also workaround the issue of
truncated names (running off the edge of the image) when using the +RTS
-L option. I applied the same principle to the titles, they can now be
omitted from the images and added as captions in a surrounding document
The examples/ folder shows how to embed the output in PDF using the
LaTeX 'svg' package (which calls out to 'inkscape'). There's also an
Because one can now create PDF output from SVG, the vapourware plans for
other output formats have been dropped.
Get it from Hackage, use `cabal unpack hp2pretty` to access
examples. Or browse the git repository.
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