[posted and mailed to package author]

Rubies:

I downloaded rgl-0.2.1 from http://sourceforge.net/projects/rgl/

Being a rather simple person, I decided to start by producing the simplest

graph I could possibly make; a graph with no vertices and no edges.

This proved trivial, so I decided to go to the next level: A graph with one

vertex and no edges:

```
dg=RGL::DirectedAdjacencyGraph.new #[1,2 ,2,3 ,2,4, 4,5, 6,4, 1,6]
dg.add_vertex('yo')
dg.write_to_graphic_file('jpg')
system('kview graph.jpg &')
```

This produces a graph containing a title, and nothing else. There is no

single vertex. (Graphviz, the back-end for ‘write_to_graphic_file’, knows

to produce a single vertex here.)

RGL either has a bug, or its author thinks single vertices are not graphs.

In the above example, if we uncomment the “[1,2 ,2,3 …” stuff and take

out the .new, we get a graph with 6 vertices. But the 7th is missing.

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