Using sig2dot in Windows

Yes, it works. No, it's not my fault. Perl is just that cool.

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Much thanks to Ben Pollinger for figuring this out, and for the above screenshots. I have no personal experience, so I will try to briefly describe how he did it until I get more detailed directions from him.

Actually all of the programs and commandline syntax on the example usage page should work under windows. It is just significantly less obvious how to set it up. neato (graphviz) also has a windows version you can download (for rendering the .dot file into a postscript (.ps) file).

Ben used Paint Shop Pro to convert the postscript (.ps) file to a raster image (something like .png/.jpg/etc.)
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Fri May 24 09:02:26 EDT 2002