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Posted 15 Nov 2009

Using WPF to Visualize a Graph with Circular Dependencies

, 15 Nov 2009
Reviews a WPF application that displays an object graph which can be rearranged by the user at runtime, and highlights circular dependencies in its nodes.



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9 - publicly available No 15-Nov-09 18:54 Available Smitha Nishant
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3 No 16-Nov-09 5:53 Composing Chris Maunder
2 No 16-Nov-09 2:25 Composing Josh Smith
1 No 15-Nov-09 19:55 Composing Josh Smith


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