sig2dot man page

sig2dot — creates a .dot file from a GPG signature listing

Synopsis

sig2dot [Options] < input-file > output-file

Description

This manual page documents briefly the sig2dot command. Sig2dot parses the output of "gpg --list-sigs" and produces a .dot file that can be used as input to a graphing program.

Options

sig2dot accepts the following options:

-b

Black and white / do not colorize.

-d <date>

Render graph as it appeared on <date> (ignores more recent signatures).  Date must be in the format "YYYY-MM-DD". Will also ignore keys that have since been revoked.

-s <html-file-name>

Produces a sory HTML statistics file with the number of signatures per node.

-a

Graph all keys, even if they do not have a signature

-r <key-revoked-string>

Sets the text for the key-revoked string used by GnuPG. The default is  what is used in the English version. This parameter can be set for versions  of GnuPG localized to other languages. Default: "[revoked".

-t <title>

Sets the title for the graph generated. Default: "Keyring Statistics".

-u <user-not-found-string>

Sets the text for the user-not-found string used by GnuPG. The default is  what is used in the English version. This parameter can be set for versions  of GnuPG localized to other languages. Default: "[user id not found]".

-q

Be quiet.

-h

Print help and exit.

-v

Print version and exit.

Example

gpg --list-sigs | sig2dot > sigs.dot

springgraph < sigs.dot > sigs.png

See Also

springgraph(1) gnupg(1)

Authors

Darxus@ChaosReigns.com with modifications by Kevin Rosenberg. Versions 0.35 and later are by Christoph Berg <cb@df7cb.de>. This manual page was written by Kevin M. Rosenberg <kmr@debian.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

Referenced By

springgraph(1).

May 31, 2006