unfortunately it is not possible to use the graphviz macros (especially the digraph macro) in a nested context
Do I miss something?
Background: We wrote a macro that generates the digraph on the fly and we would like nest our macro in the digraph macro.
Will this feature be implemented in the near future?
Hmm. I'm using graphviz macros inside other macros, although the container macros are part of the core of Confluence. I think, more importantly, they're macros that render Confluence language internally, so they know where to go when they try to render another macro. I suspect your macro does not render Confluence data? (Obvious example - put a graphviz macro inside a panel)
thanks for your answer and sorry for beeing too unprecise.
I wanted to use the Graphviz Diagrams for Confluence macros the other way round.
We wrote a - not jet published - Graph Macro for the projectdoc Toolbox for Confluence that generates the digraph-ASCII-syntax on the fly. Right now we use the free PlantUML add-on to convert this digraph-ASCII-text to a graphviz (dot) PNG. To do this we wrap the PlantUML-macro around our macro.
As we would also like to support the Graphviz Diagrams for Confluence macros (especially the digraph-macro), we added an additional feature to our macro to generate the digraph-ASCII-syntax in a format that the digraph-macro can use. But unfortunately we can not put our macro inside the digraph macro as it does not allow richtext (other macros) in its body.
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