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sgf2tex(1) FreeBSD General Commands Manual sgf2tex(1)

sgf2tex

sgf2tex -help|sgf2tex -h
sgf2tex [ <options> ] <filename>[.sgf|.mgt]

sgf2tex takes a Smart Go Format file <filename> or <filename>.sgf or <filename>.mgt and produces a TeX file <filename>.tex. Provided you have the GOOE fonts correctly installed on your system you will be able to TeX this producing a .dvi file.

-h
-help
Print a help message and quit.
-i
<filename> | <filename>.sgf | <filename>.mgt
-in
<filename> | <filename>.sgf | <filename>.mgt
specifies the input filename. (STDIN or none for standard input.) This option is not needed in ordinary use.
-o
<filename>
-out
<filename>
Specifies the output file. (STDOUT for standard output.) If the input file is <filename>, <filename>.sgf or <filename>.mgt then <filename>.tex is the default. This option is not needed in ordinary usage.
-t
<top line number>
-top
<top line number>
Specifies the top line to print. Default is 1.
-b
<bottom line number>
-bottom
<bottom line number>
Specifies the bottom line to print. Default is 19.
-l
<left line number>
-left
<top line number>
Specifies the leftmost line to print. Default is 1.
-r
<right line number>
-right
<right line number>
Specifies the rightmost line to print. Default is 19.
-break
<break list>
-breakList
<break list>
Here <break list> is a list of moves, separated by comma, with no spaces. These are breakpoints: each will be the last move in one diagram.
-m
<moves per diagram>
-movesPerDiagram
<moves per diagram>
Here <moves per diagram> is a positive integer, specifying the maximal number of moves per diagram. Default is 50 unless -break or -breakList is set, in which case the default is infinity. The two options -breakList and -movesPerDiagram may be used together.
-n
| -newNumbers
Begin each diagram with the number 1. The actual move numbers are still used in the label. -newNumbers and -doubleDigits are alternative schemes for avoiding three-digit numbers in the diagrams. They should probably not be used together.
-d
| -doubleDigits If the first move of a diagram exceeds 100, the move number is reduced modulo 100. The actual move numbers are still used in the label. -newNumbers and -doubleDigits are alternative schemes for avoiding three-digit numbers in the diagrams. They should probably not be used together.
-rl
| -repeatLast
The last move in each diagram is the first move in the next. This emulates a common style for annotating Go games.
-il
| -ignoreLetters
Letters embedded in the sgf with the L or LB property are ignored.
-im
| -ignoreMarks
Marks embedded in the sgf with the M or MA property are ignored.
-ip
| -ignorePass
Passes are ignored. In sgf, a pass is a move at the fictitious point tt. Without this option, sgf2tex will indicate passes in the comments.
-ia
| -ignoreall
Ignore SGF letters, marks, variations and passes.
-firstDiagram
<diagram number>
Specifies the first diagram to print. Default is 1.
-lastDiagram
<diagram number>
Specifies the last diagram to print. Default is to print all diagrams until the end.
-longComments
In its default usage, the comments to each diagram comprise an unbreakable vbox---they must all appear on one page. This can cause problems if the comments are very extensive. This option generates more complicated TeX macros which allow the comments to be broken across pages. This option may not be used with -simple or -longComments.
-simple
This generates very simple TeX which may not look so good on the page, but is convenient if you intend to edit the TeX. This option should not be used with -longComments.
-twoColumn
This generates a two-column format using smaller fonts. This option may not be used with -longComments or -coords.
-coords
Generates a coordinate grid. This option may not be used with -twoColumn
-bigFonts
Use fonts magnified 1.2 times.
-texComments
If this option is NOT used then {, } and \ are replaced by [, ] and / in comments, since TeX roman fonts do not have these characters. If this option is used, these substitutions are not made, so you can {\bf change fonts} inside the comments.

See also sgfsplit.

Reid Augustin (reid@netcom.com)
The fonts and TeX macros were designed by Daniel Bump (bump@math.stanford.edu).
http://match.stanford.edu/bump/go.html
31 October 1997

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