A Filesystem is a tree which is simple form of a graph. It consists of File and Directory nodes.
There is parent-child relation between Directories and their subfiles. A Directory may contain files and directories. A file is always leaf of the the tree. A directory may be a leaf if it's empty. In our example we'll go from directories to the containing elements via the "files" edge/relation and from the files/directories to their parents via the "parent" edge.
We'd like to analyze some part of a filesystem and we'll use the "src" directory of the SimpleGraph project's source code as a starting point.
The graph below shows the source code structure for the SimpleGraph project with the root of the tree being the "src" directory. The nodes are clickable and will lead you to the corresponding file representation on github.
The nodes of this graph are clickable and will lead you to the source pages in the github repository of this project.
This graph visualization has been produced with the following Java lines which make sure that the "src" Directory can be handled as a gremlin graph:
// create a new FileSystem access supplying the result as a SimpleSystem API SimpleSystem fs=new FileSystem(); // connect to this system with no extra information (e.g. no credentials) and move to the "src" node SimpleNode start = fs.connect("").moveTo("src"); // do gremlin style out traversals recusively to any depth start.recursiveOut("files",Integer.MAX_VALUE);
The graph is now available and can be traversed to create a graphviz version of it. We use the Rythm template engine to do so. Within Rythm you can use Java code. Basically we try out the code in the TestRythm JUnit test and then use it in the Rythm template graphvizTree.rythm
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