dottoxml arrow syntax is confusing are confusing

Issue #1 resolved
Tuure Laurinolli
created an issue

digraph test { a -> b; }

when passed through dottoxml --ah=normal test.graphml

shows arrow from b to a in yEd, i.e. arrow at tail of the a-b edge rather than at the head as suggested by the name --ah.

It appears that --ah creates arrows at source and --at creates arrows at target, which seems to be the wrong way to me.

Comments (4)

  1. dirkbaechle repo owner

    I pushed new revisions for v1.5 and switched the meaning of the two command-line arguments, as you suggested. Thanks a lot for the issue report,


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