diagram-viewer - Lightweight Diagram Processor
diagram-viewer show inputfile
diagram-viewer convert -o output format
The application described by this document, diagram-viewer
, is a
lightweight processor for tklib diagram files
is based upon the package diagram
. See it for
examples and language reference.
was written with the following two use cases in mind.
- Processing and display of one or more diagram files.
- Batch conversion of one or more diagram files into raster
- diagram-viewer show inputfile...
- This is the form for use case . The application opens a
gui showing the list of input files to the left, allowing the user to
choose which of them to render to the canvas on the right.
- diagram-viewer convert -o
output format inputfile...
- This is the form for use case . The application converts
the input files into raster image of the specified format.
- path output (in)
- This argument specifies where to write the generated image.
It can be the path to a file or directory.
If the output does not exist then [file dirname $output] has to exist
and must be a writable directory.
In case of multiple input files the generated image will be written to a
file in the directory, and the name of that file will be derived from the
inputfile, and format.
In case of a single input file the generated image will be written to the
- (handle) format (in)
- This argument specifies the image format to convert the
diagrams into when processing the input. The application recognizes all
formats supported by the Img package, i.e. for which it can load a
- path inputfile (in)
- This argument specifies the path to the diagram file to
process. It has to exist, must be readable, and written in diagram
This document, and the application it describes, will undoubtedly contain bugs
and other problems. Please report such in the category diagram
Tcllib SF Trackers
Please also report any ideas for enhancements you may have for either
application and/or documentation.
canvas, conversion, diagram, vector
Copyright (c) 2010 Andreas Kupries <email@example.com>