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dia - a diagram drawing program
dia [-c] [--credits] [-e OUTPUT] [--export=OUTPUT] [-L LAYER,LAYER,...]
[--show-layers=LAYER,LAYER,...] [-h] [--help] [-n] [--nosplash] [-s WxH] [--size=WxH]
[-t FORMAT] [--filter=FORMAT] [-v] [--version] [file ...]
Dia is used to create diagrams. Dia has a number of basic tools, like lines and boxes but
can also dynamically load sheets. A sheet is a collection of tools that are used in a
certain type of diagram.
Most diagram objects in Dia have connection points. Lines can be connected to these
connection points and this way graph structures can be formed. When objects are moved or
resized the connections will follow the objects.
Diagrams drawn in Dia can be exported as PostScript.
Dia accepts the following options:
Display credits list and exit.
-e OUTPUT --export=OUTPUT
Export loaded file to OUTPUT and exit.
Display a list of all commandline options.
Do not show the splash screen.
-s WxH --size=WxH
Export loaded file in decimal given width and/or height. It is allowed to only select
width or height. E.g. --size=520x exports an image that is 520 pixels wide, while
--size=x900 exports an image of 900 pixels height.
This option is currently only implemented for the PNG export filter.
-L LAYER,LAYER,... --show-layers=LAYER,LAYER,...
Only include specified layers when exporting. Layers can be specified either as a
layer name, the layer number or a numeric range X-Y of layers.
--show-layers=background,2-5 shows the layer named background and layers 2-5,
--show-layers=2- shows layers 2 and up.
-t FORMAT --filter=FORMAT
Export loaded file in FORMAT and exit. Format are described below.
Display dia version and exit.
The following export formats are supported by dia.
· cgm (Computer Graphics Metafile, ISO 8632)
· dia (Native dia diagram)
· dxf (Drawing Interchange File)
· eps or eps-builtin or eps-pango (Encapsulated PostScript)
The format specifications eps and eps-pango both use the font renderer of the Pango
library, while eps-builtin uses a dia specific font renderer. If you have problems
with Pango rendering, e.g. Unicode, try eps-builtin instead.
· fig (XFig format)
· mp (TeX MetaPost macros)
· plt or hpgl (HP Graphics Language)
· png (Portable Network Graphics)
· shape (Dia Shape File)
· svg (Scalable Vector Graphics)
· pstricks-tex (TeX PSTricks macros)
· pgf-tex (TeX PGF/tikz macros)
· wpg (WordPerfect Graphics)
· wmf (Windows MetaFile)
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