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'''Chlor''' is a highlevel Haskell vector graphics framework for producing non-interactive diagrams and charts.
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[[Category:Graphics]]
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[[Category:Libraries]]
   
It has the following properties:
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'''Chlor''' is a pure-Haskell library that
   
* pure-Haskell code
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* produces vector graphics
* reusable highlevel components
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* provides highlevel components
* support for file formats like PDF, SVG, EPS, etc.
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* supports essential file formats like SVG, EPS, etc. (PDF to follow)
   
[http://chlor.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/chlor/trunk/haskell/ Code repository]
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== Examples ==
   
== Features==
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The page jumps in an interactive novel:
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[[Image:Chlor_example1.png]]
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== Overview ==
   
 
=== Boxes ===
 
=== Boxes ===
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Layout can be defined by boxes, which are invisible themselves.
   
After you've created a box, you can
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Boxes can be
   
* shrink it
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* shrinked
* split it (having margins or not)
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* split - with margins or no margins
* merge it
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* merged with other boxes
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* filtered
   
 
[[Image:Chlor_boxes.png]]
 
[[Image:Chlor_boxes.png]]
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=== Shapes ===
 
=== Shapes ===
   
Boxes are used to define size and positions of shapes.
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Some builtin-shapes mapped to a box grid:
 
The following shows some builtin-shapes mapped to a box grid:
 
   
 
[[Image:Chlor_shapes.png]]
 
[[Image:Chlor_shapes.png]]
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=== Graphical attributes ===
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Dash pattern:
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[[Image:Chlor_dash_patterns.png]]
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Clipping:
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[[Image:Chlor_clipping.png]]
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=== Transformations ===
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Rotate, shear:
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[[Image:Chlor_affine_map.png]]
   
 
=== Charts ===
 
=== Charts ===

Revision as of 20:34, 21 December 2011


Chlor is a pure-Haskell library that

  • produces vector graphics
  • provides highlevel components
  • supports essential file formats like SVG, EPS, etc. (PDF to follow)

Contents

1 Examples

The page jumps in an interactive novel:

Chlor example1.png

2 Overview

2.1 Boxes

Layout can be defined by boxes, which are invisible themselves.

Boxes can be

  • shrinked
  • split - with margins or no margins
  • merged with other boxes
  • filtered

Chlor boxes.png

2.2 Shapes

Some builtin-shapes mapped to a box grid:

Chlor shapes.png

2.3 Graphical attributes

Dash pattern:

Chlor dash patterns.png

Clipping:

Chlor clipping.png

2.4 Transformations

Rotate, shear:

Chlor affine map.png

2.5 Charts

Line chart:

Chlor line chart.png