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SQLITE2DOT(1) FreeBSD General Commands Manual SQLITE2DOT(1)

sqlite2dot
convert sqlite3 schema to GraphViz input

sqlite2dot [
-v
] [
-c attrs
] [
-h attrs
] [
-p prefix
] [
-t attrs
] [
schema
]

The sqlite2dot utility converts an sqlite3(1) schema file to a GraphViz file readable by dot(1). Its arguments are as follows:
Emits informational messages to standard error.
attrs
Table-cell attributes. See the GraphViz documentation for HTML labels for a list of cell attributes (except “href”). You should invoke this once per attribute (they will accumulate).
attrs
First table-cell (header) attributes. If unset, this will use -c. See the GraphViz documentation for HTML labels for a list of cell attributes (except “href”). You should invoke this once per attribute (they will accumulate).
prefix
Prefix to use for creating HTML ID tags.
attrs
Table attributes. See the GraphViz documentation for HTML labels for a list of cell attributes (except “href”). You should invoke this once per attribute (they will accumulate).
schema
An SQLite schema file.
The outputted GraphViz file serialises tables as HTML-label nodes, each of which has one row per table column. Table nodes are connected by foreign keys.
sqlite2dot is best when creating image maps by piping into dot(1) with -T cmapx then -T png or similar backing, then using the usemap attribute for the HTML <img> tag. You can then use sqlite2html(1) for linking to the documentation.

dot(1), sqlite2html(1), sqlite3(1)

The schema language accepted by sqlite2dot is currently limited to the table declaration with a subset of the column specification.
June 29, 2016 FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE

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