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GORTO - Graphical Order Tool

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Introduction

This is a user manual for the tool GORTO. GORTO is a graphical tool for analysis and modification of dependencies in attribute grammars. It is part of the LIGA system. The graphical representation requires execution under the X-Window system. GORTO offers the following support for attribute grammar development.

  • Graphical representation and analysis of the dependency graphs for productions and symbols.
  • Graphical representation and modification of partitions.
  • Graphical representation and modification of visit-sequences.

GORTO has a graphical user interface in which the mentioned information is represented. Interactive modification by the user are possible. The layout of the presentation can be influenced by the user.

After a short description of the user interface, we first describe the usage of the tool. the description is related to the standard configuration. Afterwards we discuss the possibilities of modifying the user interface for individual partiality.


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