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rsvg-convert(1) 					      General Commands Manual						   rsvg-convert(1)

NAME
rsvg-convert - turn SVG files into raster images. SYNOPSIS
rsvg-convert [options] in.svg > out.png DESCRIPTION
Converts SVG images into PNG raster images, PDF, PS, or SVG vector images, or dumps of Cairo XML or recording surfaces. OPTIONS -d --dpi-x number Set the X resolution of the image in pixels per inch. RSVG's current default is 90dpi -p --dpi-y number Set the Y resolution of the image in pixels per inch. RSVG's current default is 90dpi -x --x-zoom number X Zoom factor, as a percentage. If unspecified, 1.0 is used as the default. -y --y-zoom number Y Zoom factor, as a percentage. If unspecified, 1.0 is used as the default. -z ---zoom number Zoom factor, as a percentage. If unspecified, 1.0 is used as the default. -w --width integer Specify how wide you wish the image to be. If unspecified, the natural width of the image is used as the default. -h --height integer Specify how tall you wish the image to be. If unspecified, the natural height of the image is used as the default. -f --format [png, pdf, ps, svg, xml, recording] Specify the output format you wish the image to be saved in. If unspecified, PNG is used as the default. -o --output filename Specify the output filename. If unspecified, outputs to stdout. -a --keep-aspect-ratio Specify that the aspect ratio is to be preserved. If unspecified, aspect ratio will not be preserved. -b --background-color [black, white, #abccee, #aaa...] Specify the background color. If unspecified, none is used as the default. --base-uri uri Specify the base URI for SVG files. If unspecified, none is used as the default. -v --version Display what version of rsvg this is. MORE INFORMATION
http://librsvg.sourceforge.net/ http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG11/ http://www.gnome.org/ AUTHORS
Dom Lachowicz (cinamod@hotmail.com), Caleb Moore (c.moore@student.unsw.edu.au), and a host of others. rsvg-convert(1)

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CONTEXTFREE(1)							   Context Free 						    CONTEXTFREE(1)

NAME
cfdg - image generator based on context-free grammars SYNOPSIS
cfdg [options] input.cfdg [output.png/svg] DESCRIPTION
Context Free is a system that produces images based on context-free grammars. cfdg is the command-line program to generate the actual images (in PNG or SVG format) from the input.cfdg file containing these grammars. If - is specified instead of an input file, the grammar is read from standard input. The output filename can be left out if the -o option is used. Note that the output mode (PNG or SVG) is not detected depending on the specified extension, but must be explicitly set using the -V option. OPTIONS
All command-line options consist of a single letter, and an optional argument. A summary of options supported by cfdg is included below. -w width Set width of the output image in pixels (for PNG) or millimeters (for SVG) (default: 500). -h height Set height of the output image in pixels (for PNG) or millimeters (for SVG) (default: 500). -s size Set both width and height of the output image in pixels (for PNG) or millimeters (for SVG). -m maximum shapes amount Set the maximum number of shapes rendered (default: no maximum). -x minimum shape size Set the minimum size for a shape to be rendered in pixels/mm (default: 0.3). -b border size Set the border size: -1 for a -8 pixel border, 0 for no border, 1 for an 8 pixel border, or 2 for a variable-sized border. -v variation code Set the variation code (default: random). This code determines what the final image will look like when the input contains non- deterministic rules. -o filename Set the output filename. In this filename, %f is replaced by the animation frame number (if any), %v and %V are replaced by the variation code (in lower or upper case, respectively), and %% is replaced by a literal %. -L Previous versions of cfdg created different designs for the same variation code depending on whether a big- or little-endian machine was used; now the little-endian variation is created on all machines. Use this option to get the old behaviour on a big-endian machine. -a number of frames Generate num animation frames (only possible using PNG output). -z Zoom out during animation, when producing an animation using -a. -V Generate SVG (vector) output. -c Crop image output. -q Quiet mode; suppress non-error output. -? Show summary of options. SEE ALSO
More information can be found on the Context Free website, at http://contextfreeart.org/. AUTHOR
Context Free was written by Chris Coyne, John Horigan and Mark Lentczner. This manual page was written by Bram Senders <bram@luon.net>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). 2.2 2009-02-08 CONTEXTFREE(1)
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