SnapInstall

Developer’s Description

SnapInstall

By Handle-iT
Easily make screenshots of installation procedures, for product manuals etc, SnapInstall is the tool that does it easily for you. It nicely runs in the task notification area, and everytime you click. PrintScreen, a snap of the active form is made, and also adds which button. or control you clicked. Ctrl + Printscreen, a snap of the full screen is made. Alt + Printscreen, you can select (draw) you’re own selection. PrintScreen, a snap of the active form is made, and also adds which button or control you clicked. Ctrl + Printscreen, a snap of the full screen is made. Alt + Printscreen, you can select (draw) you’re own selection. After making a snap you can directly add explaining text.

There’s a lot more to snap packaging than the simple installation and removal of snaps; you can grant or revoke an application’s access to system resources, reconfigure internal parameters, make a local copy of s snap and check a snap’s provenance.

This is one of several tutorials that cover more advanced snap usage and covers how to download a snap, download and read its associated assertion, and install the snap locally.

 

SNAP works under Windows with Visual Studio or Cygwin with GCC, Mac OS X, Linux and other Unix variants with GCC. Make sure that a C++ compiler is installed on the system.

SNAP is largely self-contained and requires external packages only for drawing and visualization. The following packages need to be installed on the system to support drawing and visualization in SNAP:

  • Gnuplot for plotting structural properties of networks (e.g., degree distribution);
  • Graphviz for drawing and visualizing small graphs.

Set the system PATH variable, so that Gnuplot and Graphviz are available, or put the executables in the working directory.

 

 

 

SNAP Components

The SNAP distribution package contains the following components:

  • snap-core:the core SNAP graph library;
  • snap-adv:advanced SNAP components, not in the core, but used by examples;
  • snap-exp:experimental SNAP components, still in development;
  • examples:small sample applications that demonstrate SNAP functionality;
  • tutorials:simple programs, demonstrating use of various classes;
  • glib-core: STL-like library that implements basic data structures, like vectors (TVec), hash-tables (THash) and strings (TStr), provides serialization and so on;
  • test:unit tests for various classes;
  • doxygen:SNAP reference manuals.

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