[isabelle-dev] NEWS: New (co)datatype package is now in Main
lp15 at cam.ac.uk
Thu Jan 23 14:40:23 CET 2014
I still use it sometimes, but it could be better. I don’t think the quality of the layout is actually that important. Part of the problem is that, these days, you have to jump through a dozen hoops just to enable Java in a web browser.
On 23 Jan 2014, at 12:55, Makarius <makarius at sketis.net> wrote:
> On Thu, 23 Jan 2014, Jasmin Blanchette wrote:
>> I would like to mention the central role played by Isabelle/jEdit for refactoring the theories, in particular reorganizing the theory imports. The "Theories" and "Sidekick" pannels were simply invaluable.
> At some point I would like to see the theory graph directly in "Theories" or a variant of "Sidekick". The front-end know the structure, without asking the prover.
> Isabelle/Graphview is still lying around in an usuable state, and merely consuming Isabelle/Scala build time. After 2 years of work on that student project, it turned out to lack an important phase of the layout algorithmn. Since then the situation is fluctuating between myself trying to finish it, trying to find a smart guy to do it, or trying to convince Stefan Berghofer to learn some Scala and port his old stuff by himself.
> In 1996, Stefan implemented state-of-the art DAG layout in Java 1.1 from scratch within a few weeks, but such things seem to take forever these days. I am getting depressed each time I see applications that invoke the "dot" (aka "graphviz") tools via external command-line, with layout algorithms unchanged since 1995.
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