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VIMDOT(1)		    General Commands Manual		     VIMDOT(1)

NAME
       vimdot -	Combined text editor and dot viewer

SYNOPSIS
       vimdot [file]

DESCRIPTION
       vimdot  is  a simple script which launches the gvim or vim editor along
       with a GUI window showing the dot output	of the edited file.   The  dot
       output  window  automatically  refreshes	everytime the file is saved in
       the editor.

       If no filename is given,	vimdot will use	'noname.gv' and	initialise  it
       with an example graph to	get you	started.

       The  GUI	 window	 (provided by "dot -Txlib") supports zooming using the
       mouse scroll-wheel, and panning by holding the  scroll-wheel  down  and
       dragging.

SEE ALSO
       vim(1), dot(1)

AUTHOR
       vimdot was written by John Ellson <ellson@research.att.com>

       This  manual  page  was	written	 by  David  Claughton  <dave@eclectic-
       dave.com>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

				 Jan 31, 2010			     VIMDOT(1)

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