Introducing dotserver.windows; rapid graphviz development

An itch I wanted to scratch; when developing graphviz diagrams, it’s annoying to have to invoke the command-line compiler, then select the browser, then refresh;

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What I wanted was just this;

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So I wrote a console app which monitors a directory and compiles your `.dot` files whenever they change, producing a new `.gif` file. You can wrap it in a simple HTML page and use use LiveReload to automatically reload the gif version on every save. 

It’s on GitHub with an MIT license.

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