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Dot Lang Viewer

Description from extension meta

Converts and previews 'dot lang' files to PNG image Graph inside Chrome.

Image from store Dot Lang Viewer
Description from store Automatically parses dot language(Graphviz) files into Graph(PNG image). This is useful if you're writting 'dot language' and want a quick preview. What's Graphviz? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphviz Usage: 1. Install extension from webstore (creates no new UI) 2. Check "Allow access to file URLs" in chrome://extensions listing: 3. Open local dot-lang(Graphviz) file in Chrome. (We recommend File extension the " .viz ") 4. See nicely Graph! 2016/1/10: Add new feature, SVG format Export.

Latest reviews

  • (2019-11-20) Shai Barack: Read the instructions, couldn't get it to work, gave up.
  • (2019-07-23) Brian Stringfellow: Does not render any graph. Just shows the DOT text. Renamed my file from .dot extension to .viz extension.
  • (2016-11-24) Vadim Shapovalov: it does not work. just shows text

Latest issues

  • (2018-06-08, v:0.7) Jörn Guy Süß: Required permissions
    Could you please describe why the plugin needs the indicated permissions?
  • (2018-05-22, v:0.7) Geovani de Souza: Not checking file extension
    This extension is rendering an error when I open an .html file://. It should check only for files with .dot extension and don't change the browser behavior for other files.
  • (2017-12-14, v:0.7) Prevents using Chrome as a .xml viewer
    With this plugin enabled, opening a local xml file (with _no_ syntax errors) results in a syntax error. The correctly formatted file is displayed briefly and then replaced with the error.
  • (2017-03-13, v:0.7) Todd Brunhoff: .vis files not rendered
    I'm running chrome on fedora 21. After installing your extension (and restarting chrome), there are two problems: - opening a local file with .viz extension merely displays the .dot code. - opening a url pointing to a .viz file prompts to save the file. And yes I've given it access to file urls. Does your parser expect a specific #! at the start?
  • (2016-11-11, v:0.7) Have viewer view files with .DOT extension?
    I have my dot files saved as .dot files, obviously. Is there a way to make the Dot Lang Viewer open files with this extension?

Statistics

Installs
680 history
Category
Rating
1.8 (5 votes)
Last update / version
2016-02-26 / 0.7
Listing languages
en ja

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