picasso

Abstract elements drawing library
README

Picasso is an Abstract element drawing library which provides several
ways of drawing abstract element. As abstract elements may be
unbounded, and are generally defined on more than 2 dimensions,
rendering them in a 2d context can be difficult. Picasso handles most
of the boilerplate you usually write to draw abstract elements and
allows you to view those with minimum effort from your end.

Documentation

you can build it locally by doing make doc or consult the online documentation

Different Abstract Domains

Picasso handles non-necessarily convex linear spaces of several
dimensions, bounded or not. It provides utilities to draw abstract
element of the Apron library
in a straightforward way, plus some other ways of defining drawable
values (see the Drawablemodule).

Different backends

Picasso features different ways of visualizing abstract elements:

  • interactive Gtk window (scrollable, zoomable)

  • LaTex generation

  • 3D .obj file generation (you can use g3dviewer, among others, to visualize the 3d model)

Install
Published
17 Sep 2020
Sources
v0.1.tar.gz
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Dependencies
apronext
>= "1.0.1" & < "1.0.3"
ocaml
>= "4.08"
dune
>= "2.1"
Reverse Dependencies