- Using the Prolog IDE
Preferences of Context View and Global Views are shared, since both views visualize the same aspects (files / modules, predicates and calls).
On this preference page you can specify the appearance of call edges. (In future versions there will be distinct representations for plain calls, meta-calls vie declared meta-predicates and meta-calls via undeclared meta-predicates).
On this preference page you can specify the appearance of file nodes:
Both have the same background color but can be distinguished by the background color of the header line. With the default settings they are shown like this:
On this preference page you can adjust appearance of predicates:
With the default settings predicates are shown like this:
On this preference page you can adjust layout settings of the graphs.
The Height property of predicate nodes specifies a fixed number of lines.
The Width property of predicate nodes specifies dynamic adjustment strategies:
Name cropping is used when a predicate name cannot be displayed completely in the specified node heights and width. The following cropping strategies can be applied to display the name “abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz”:
The “Show full name in tooltip” checkbox determines whether the complete name of the predicate should appear when the mouse is hovering over its node. It is useful to have it checked when the names are cropped.
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