Saturday, 30 June 2012

Visualizing SVN workflow using github-like network graphs

Recently I found a need to visualize the way our team works with the SVN repository. I really like github network graphs, so I started looking for a way to draw custom ones.

Luckily i found a raphaeljs (JavaScript library for vector graphics) demo which did exactly what I wanted. I had to tweak it a bit, like making labels show all the time, and making custom commits.

The result looks like this:

SVN workflow visualized as a github-like network graph
You can find the changes I made here. You can also find the source code of the original raphaeljs github demo here.

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