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Description of problem:
The Doxygen tool can make good use of GraphViz as a tool to diagram
relationships between classes. Yet, GraphViz is not a package shiped with RedHat.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. rpm -iq graphviz
2. Notice how it isn't there
3. ls /mnt/rh80_cd/RedHat/RPMS/[Gg]raph*
4. Notice how it isn't there
Actual Results: Missing packages and missing files
Expected Results: The packages to be installed or the RPMS to be available.
GraphViz can be found at:
I'm not sure if this is a doxygen bug exactly, but I couldn't figure out which
component it should be, and doxygen is the reason I want the GraphViz tools.
My bet is that graphviz is impossible to ship with Red Hat Linux or
Fedora fora that matter because of it's license. Not sure, but after
reading the license it seems overly complicated.
it's not included in FC because of it's license.