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IRAF -- It really does have structure

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So I was sitting around trying to avoid real work and came across a "code visualization" project on the net. Seeing an opportunity to waste some time, I applied it to IRAF just to see what would happen. The result is interesting enough to post here, and might make for an interesting CD jacket one day. Various resolutions are available, anyone adventurous enough to work on this some more (i.e. add labels or apply some graphics design) please post your results or comments . Click on the image to see more.

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  • IRAF -- It really does have structure
  • Authored by: Anonymous on Sunday, January 22 2006 @ 11:45 AM GMT
which code visualization tool did you use?!
  • IRAF -- It really does have structure
  • Authored by: Anonymous on Sunday, January 22 2006 @ 02:23 PM GMT
It was a modified version of the Free Code Graphing Project
(fcgp.sourceforge.net) originally used for the Linux Kernel -Mike
  • IRAF -- It really does have structure
  • Authored by: ES.Enrique on Wednesday, February 01 2006 @ 05:56 PM GMT
I have played a little with the figure,
and rendered it to give a Pueblo like flavour.
It's here: http://dae.iaa.es/~eperez/iraf-logo.jpg

Which package did you use for the figure?

  • IRAF -- It really does have structure
  • Authored by: fitz on Wednesday, February 01 2006 @ 06:29 PM GMT
Thanks for the effort! The pueblo flavor goes well with the Tucson history of IRAF. See the previous comments for how the figure was generated, but the PS/JPG rendering was done simply using 'gs' to convert the format.

Might be time for a logo contest with a free mug/t-shirt to the winner? This diagram is a bit busy to render well but maybe a stylized version that keeps the overall ring/segment structure would work. It kinda reminds me of the Enlightenment logo (enlightenment.org). Anyway, somebody once said you're not a real project until you have "stuff", and my t-shirt collection is getting old 8-)

-Mike


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