Visual roadmap software?

I’m working on the SDL 1.3 roadmap, and I was wondering if anybody has
any good visual tools for this sort of thing?

I was considering using gimp just to draw and label the elements that
need to be done for release, but there must be something out there
already… ?

See ya!–
-Sam Lantinga, Founder and President, Galaxy Gameworks LLC

2010/1/10 Sam Lantinga

I’m working on the SDL 1.3 roadmap, and I was wondering if anybody has
any good visual tools for this sort of thing?

I was considering using gimp just to draw and label the elements that
need to be done for release, but there must be something out there
already… ?

See ya!

   -Sam Lantinga, Founder and President, Galaxy Gameworks LLC

SDL mailing list
SDL at lists.libsdl.org
http://lists.libsdl.org/listinfo.cgi/sdl-libsdl.org

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Use Microsoft Visio, in Linux I think Dia or Omnigraffle.
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2010/1/10 Sam Lantinga
I’m working on the SDL 1.3 roadmap, and I was wondering if anybody has
any good visual tools for this sort of thing?

I was considering using gimp just to draw and label the elements that
need to be done for release, but there must be something out there
already… ?

See ya!

   -Sam Lantinga, Founder and President, Galaxy Gameworks LLC

SDL mailing list
SDL at lists.libsdl.org
http://lists.libsdl.org/listinfo.cgi/sdl-libsdl.org
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Hello !

I’m working on the SDL 1.3 roadmap, and I was wondering if anybody has
any good visual tools for this sort of thing?

I was considering using gimp just to draw and label the elements that
need to be done for release, but there must be something out there
already… ?

I would use the presentation tool from OpenOffice or Inkscape.
In both apps you can easily arrange anything you placed on the screen,
also the drawing of rectangles, circles, arrows and so on is really easy.

When using GIMP to rearrange, change or delete something on the screen
is very hard.

CU

Sam Lantinga writes:

I’m working on the SDL 1.3 roadmap, and I was wondering if anybody has
any good visual tools for this sort of thing?

I was considering using gimp just to draw and label the elements that
need to be done for release, but there must be something out there
already… ?

See ya!

Depending on the complexity of the roadmap, you could use a graph
visualization tool (graphviz? for example). I also really like
Graph::Easy? because it also supports nice text-only output:

echo -e ‘[a]->[b]\n[b]->[c]\n[b]->[d]\n[c]->[e]\n[d]->[f]’
| graph-easy --as=boxart

??? ??? ??? ???
? a ? ??> ? b ? ??> ? c ? ??> ? e ?
??? ??? ??? ???
?
?
?
??? ???
? d ? ??> ? f ?
??? ???

have fun

? http://graphviz.org/
? http://bloodgate.com/perl/graph/manual/overview.html