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new adw-charting release (finally)

Version 0.8 is up on http://common-lisp.net/project/adw-charting/

In this release:

  1. docs that actually match the code – this was the vast majority of recent work
  2. the adw-charting gallery – I’ll be loading this up with more examples as time goes on
  3. separate google / vecto rendering backends
  4. tons of bug fixes
  5. code that sucks less – a lot of this code is from my earlier lisping days, and I’ve learned a lot since then.  Uses more loop / iterate / dolist and less mapcar.  There’s still a lot of spaghetti, but there’s less than before.

Latest tarball is http://common-lisp.net/project/adw-charting/adw-charting.tar.gz.

Have fun, kids!

One Comment

  1. Alex Paes wrote:

    Hi, this library rocks, it’s so easy to use and it’s a great learning resource for people like me that really love lisp but that are still fighting with the paradigm shift from other languages into this one.

    I would like to suggest adding support for choosing the stroke color for the vecto backend pie charts as users probably don’t always want the stroke in black. Here, i’ve hacked the draw-chart method and set the stroke to the chart background color to have it look a bit more like google backend result and i do like it better since i feel the pure black stroke to be too intense.

    Congratulations for your great work in this library and i hope you keep working on it. Thank you very much.

    Saturday, November 14, 2009 at 8:07 am | Permalink