The F# Journal just published an article about GUI applications:
"Graphviz is a great tool for visualizing graphs and network diagrams. Sadly the accompanying gvedit tool that is provided with a Windows install leaves a lot to be desired. This is supposed to be a graphical user interface to the Graphviz tool but it is plagued with crashing and lacks some basic modern features such as real-time preview. This article looks at the design and implementation of a replacement for gvedit..."
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Background reading on the reference counting vs tracing garbage collection debate - Eight years ago I answered a question on Stack Overflow about the suitability of OCaml and Haskell for soft real-time work like visualization: "*for real-ti...
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