# BlissInterface

Low level interface to the bliss graph automorphism tool

Version 0.21
Released 2019-10-08

This project is maintained by Gábor P. Nagy

# The BlissInterface package

• Website: https://gap-packages.github.io/BlissInterface/
• Repository: https://github.com/gap-packages/BlissInterface

This package provides a low level interface to the software bliss: A Tool for Computing Automorphism Groups and Canonical Labelings of Graphs, written by Tommi Junttila and Petteri Kaski.

The BlissInterface package uses an external binary and therefore a complete installation only works on UNIX systems or systems that support a UNIX-like environment, e.g. OS X, or Windows with Cygwin.

On the package website precompiled binaries are available for certain environments. To compile the package, change to the /pkg/BlissInterface* directory of your GAP installation and then call

./configure <path>


where is a path to the main GAP root directory; so normally you would call

./configure ../..


(the ../.. is the default and so may be omitted) and then call

make


to compile the binary.

Now start GAP and type

LoadPackage("BlissInterface");


to load the package. You will see the package banner. If you have not compiled the external binary, you should receive a warning.

For details on how to use the BlissInterface package see the package documentation in the doc subdirectory (view its HTML version or manual.pdf via a PDF viewer).

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