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