You might want to take a look at TreeJack from the Optimal Sort guys.
It's not exactly a graphical representation like you'd get in
Visio/OmniGraffle, but if you're still at the rapid-turnover point of the
project where the structure of your hierarchy hasn't been nailed down, it
might be an alternative way to solve the problem. Might even be better for
some clients, since it feels like clicking through the navigation on a site.
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On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 2:47 PM, Chris Masterton <
> The idea being that even a tabbed text file can show a hierarchy but
> outputting that hierarchy to a nice to view format is more time
> consuming. This seems like a fairly simple programmatic challenge but
> I haven't seen a product that can do it.
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