Message Sequence Chart (MSC) generator
mscgen is a small program that parses Message Sequence Chart
descriptions and produces PNG, SVG, EPS or server side image
maps (ismaps) as the output. Message Sequence Charts (MSCs)
are a way of representing entities and interactions over some
time period and are often used in combination with SDL. MSCs
are popular in Telecoms to specify how protocols operate.
mscgen can be used to create in-line MSC-charts in documentations
parsed by doxygen. Extensions also exists for Python's Sphinx and
mediawiki that can use mscgen.
Building is done with the GNU autotools and should be largely automatic.
Win32 - Native
You will need Cygwin (from http://www.cygwin.com) and the following packages
installed via the Cygwin setup program:
From the top level directory, run the configure script with the option to
MSCGEN(1) User Commands MSCGEN(1)
mscgen - Message Sequence Chart Renderer
mscgen -T type [ -o file ] [ -i ] infile
Mscgen is a small program that parses Message Sequence Chart
descriptions and produces PNG, EPS, SVG or server side image
maps (ismaps) as the output. Message S
mscgen (0.17-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Pulled bug-fix patches from upstream.
- Corrected the handling of the "-F" option; removes a false
- Fixed buffer overflow with long output names.
- Fixed an issue, where mscgen would pass unsigned integers
to libgd that would overflow and cause mscgen to hang.
- Fixed an issue with how multi-line labels are r
Change the command line parser so a space is not needed to split
This package was debianized by:
Niels Thykier <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Thu, 21 May 2009 15:51:38
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