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The tk canvas is a great widget: it is extremely flexible and allows you to implement all-you-could-imagine on top of it.

Consider a graphical editor in which the user edits a diagram composed of some objects (UML entities, ER entities, etc) and connectors that links these objects. In these situations, the implementor can write the diagram code directly in a tk canvas. While writing GNU Ferret (http://www.gnu.org/software/ferret) I felt the need for a library that supports diagrams on tk. So i wrote diagram.tcl

A diagram is composed of objects and connectors. Objects are composed of an arbitrary number of tagged canvas elements (text, lines, rectangles, etc). When you declare a new object, you also set a shape for it: rectangle, ovoid, romboid, etc. The shape does not need to be visible. Connectors are orthogonal editable paths of lines connecting diagram objects.

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