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CLI to generate SVG or PNG output from an SGF file.
SVG output is clean and well labeled for easy re-styling or modification.
Check the releases page on GitHub for pre-built binaries.
Note that the windows, and linux-musl versions are compiled without PNG
support. If you need PNG support on a platform without it consider building
sgf-render yourself. Alternatively, you can always install
ImageMagick to convert the SVG into any
format you like.
If you have
cargo installed, you can also install the package from crates.io:
$ cargo install sgf-render
If you have
cargo installed you can also build from source:
$ git clone https://julianandrews/sgf-render $ cd sgf-render $ cargo build --release $ ./target/release/sgf-render -h
Usage: sgf-render [FILE] [options] Options: -o, --outfile FILE Output file. SVG and PNG formats supported. -n, --node-num NUM Node number to render (default 1). Note that SGFs may have nodes without moves. -w, --width WIDTH Width of the output image in pixels (default 800) -s, --shrink-wrap Draw only enough of the board to hold all the stones (with 1 space padding) -r, --range RANGE Range to draw as a pair of corners (e.g. 'cc-ff') --style STYLE Style to use. One of 'simple', 'fancy' or 'minimalist' --move-numbers Draw move numbers (disables other markup). --no-board-labels Don't draw position labels. --no-marks Don't draw SGF marks. --no-triangles Don't draw SGF triangles. --no-circles Don't draw SGF circles. --no-squares Don't draw SGF squares. --no-selected Don't draw SGF selected. --no-dimmed Don't draw SGF dimmmed. --no-labels Don't draw SGF labels. --no-lines Don't draw SGF lines. --no-arrows Don't draw SGF arrows. --first-move-number NUM First move number to draw if using --move-numbers -h, --help Display this help and exit
FILE isn't provided,
sgf-render will read from stdin. If
sgf-render will print the resulting SVG to stdout.
Pull requests are welcome! For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.
Feature requests are also welcome! The goal is to make this a general purpose sgf diagram generation tool. Just open an issue at GitHub.