epigraph, a library for manipulating graphs in common lisp. Cyrus Harmon

Epigraph is a common lisp package for representing graph, that is sets of nodes that may contain edges between the various nodes.

# Example

(defparameter *graph* (let ((g (make-graph :node-test 'equal)))

```
(loop for i from 1 below 12
do (add-node g (concatenate 'string "Node " (princ-to-string i))))
(add-edge-between-nodes g "Node 1" "Node 2")
(add-edge-between-nodes g "Node 1" "Node 3")
(add-edge-between-nodes g "Node 3" "Node 4")
(add-edge-between-nodes g "Node 3" "Node 5")
(add-edge-between-nodes g "Node 2" "Node 6")
(add-edge-between-nodes g "Node 6" "Node 7")
(add-edge-between-nodes g "Node 6" "Node 8")
(add-edge-between-nodes g "Node 4" "Node 9")
(add-edge-between-nodes g "Node 5" "Node 10")
(add-edge-between-nodes g "Node 5" "Node 11")
(add-edge-between-nodes g "Node 1" "Node 11")
(add-edge-between-nodes g "Node 8" "Node 7")
g))
```

- Author
- Cyrus Harmon <ch-lisp@bobobeach.com>
- License
- BSD