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:zz: Re: Family trees (was Re: [zzdev] Re: [zzdev] Re: [zzdev] gzigzag/Java ZZTreeRaster.java (fwd)

Well, since I now have the same data in Gzigzag,
 I'll be trying it soon.

Best, T

At 03:34 PM 7/16/00 +0300, you wrote:
>On Sun, Jul 16, 2000 at 09:13:03PM +0900, Ted Nelson wrote:
>> Will it work with my family tree demo?
>> http://www.xanadu.com/HolmFamilyDemo.html
>I don't know, haven't tested it.  I suspect that it would not be too
>hard to make it work sensibly.
>(Oh, it will work in any case as in it will not crash, but it may not
>be the best raster for it.  But we'll see.)
>My approach at this raster is to make it do something sensibly and then
>see if it works for something more complex, and then making it work for
>it if it can be done.
>So: if you try it out and it doesn't work sensibly, just tell me, and
>also tell me what it should do, and I'll see what can be done :-)
>> It's a tree in the odd way that every family tree is a tree--
>> with incoming branches for every spouse.
>Yeah, sort of like intertwined (is this the right word?) simple trees.
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