Include relations, directory graph and indirect dependencies
I created a directory graph in the hope of capturing all the physical dependencies, direct and indirect, for a particular program, but it only has direct dependencies. Some of those direct dependencies have a red border where there are
more indirect dependencies. Is it possible to generate a directory graph with those expanded in order to see everything in one graph?
On a related note, the clustering of modules within a top-level project directory seems a bit weird. Say I have a project directory Foo with modules A and B, then the directory dependency graph for Foo has A and B within Foo, as expected.
But when I do a directory dependency graph of A, it shows A inside Foo, but shows B outside of Foo, which is unexpected and even seems wrong. Do I have the wrong expectation or is this misbehaviour?
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