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drawtiming — generate timing diagram from signal description
drawtiming [--verbose] [--scale factor] [--pagesize WxH] [--aspect] [--cell-height H]
[--cell-width W] [--font-size pts] [--line-width W] --output target file ...
This application provides a command line tool for documenting hardware and software designs
through ideal timing diagrams. It reads signal descriptions from a text file with an
intuitive syntax, and outputs an ideal timing diagram to an image file. Notation typical of
timing diagrams found in the Electrical Engineering discipline is used, including arrows
indicating causal relationships between signal transitions.
The options are as follows:
--help Show usage reminder.
--verbose Increase diagnostic output.
Scale the diagram by the given factor. The default scaling factor is 1.0.
Scale the diagram to fit given image size.
--aspect Maintain fixed aspect ratio if --pagesize given.
Height of the each signal in pixels. Default is 32.
Width for the time unit in pixels. Defaults is 64.
Font size in pts. Default is 18.
Line width for drawings in pixels. Default is 1.
The name and format of the output image is determined by target.
file ... The input files describe the signals to be diagrammed. See the FILES and
EXAMPLES sections for a description of their format.
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